Decade was tarnished by sequels, uplifted by longshots
Thinking about catching a flick this weekend? Here's what to see...
Some film makers in Wisconsin are taking the story of Ed Gein, the 1950s grave robber and murderer, and turning it into a musical. How else could you accurately portray Gein's story?
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Hostel Part II writer-director Eli Roth on opening opposite George Clooney and making a "feminist horror film"
The passion of the cut-rate, high-grossing 'Saw' series continues
The 'Hills Have Eyes' remake is a new kind of torture
'Date Movie' stoops to flirting with the dumb friend's ex
Bret Easton Ellis castigates and/or wallows in consumer Babylon
Blonde Redhead's lyrical music evokes an histoire du cinema
Vidiot savant Joe Bob Briggs drops some scary science for Halloween
The new 'Texas Chainsaw Massacre' has us rooting for Leatherface
'Mostly Martha' is a gourmet meal next to the shallow 'Swimfan'
A 12-film series, "Cinema of Claustrophobia," gives us the real Polanski
A scary new wave of horror washes in from an anxious Japan
An Affection for Boobs and a Taste for Karo Syrup Turns a Bloomington Basement into a Splatter-Cinema Studio
An Oak Street retrospective pulls us back to the flashy days of Eighties cinema
Seventies horror perpetrators cop the reality plea in The American Nightmare
The Wayans Brothers pay no heed to proper etiquette--or hygiene--in Scary Movie
Director Mary Harron delivers American Psycho with its cutting humor intact
9021...Uh-Oh: Sarah Michelle Gellar in Wes Craven's Scream 2.
Buggin' Out: Director Guillermo Del Toro on the set of Mimic.