Centered around one of our bat-shit-craziest urban legends--the one that asserts you should hold your breath when passing cemeteries, lest you huff up a spectre--Asylum's Hold Your Breath stars The Hot One from 30 Rock and some other people as a group of young vacationers stuck in the contrived scenario of simultaneously camping and fighting for their lives. The threat? A serial killer's ghost--accidentally inhaled by a pot smoker who brazenly ignored graveyard respiratory decorum--passing itself around like the pipe it flew in on, one-by-one possessing the campers' bodies to get back to murdering. Basically, it's the 1998 supernatural-thriller Fallen, now with less Denzel Washington, more stock horror clichés and muddled anti-drug sentiments.
Don't do drugs, you guys: inhaling is the gateway to murdering all your friends with an electric hand mixer.
While recent allegations to A&E's Storage Wars have called into the question that show's hallowed narrative, they've meanwhile established storage lockers as a fertile ground for fiction too to thrive and grow behind a shuttered door and a Masterlock. As such, now there's Stora... / Continue →
Proudly touted as "from the producers of Paranormal Activity and Insidious," here's another tale of a suburban white family plagued by arbitrary, varyingly-spooky acts. The kitchen is a mess of stacks! Husband character is unresponsive and agape in the lawn! Kid is covered in b... / Continue →
With 26 chapters directed by 26 different directors--including House of the Devil's Ti West, and "The Raid" with Cats's Lee Hardcastle--The ABCs of Death takes an alphabetical approach to organizing modes of death, with outlandish but pretty entertaining-looking results. Here's... / Continue →