FilmFracture’s resident horror geek James Jay Edwards picks the best, most fearsome and frightful horror movies of 2018.
After 20-ish years of being the running joke in the Marvel cinematic universe, Spider-Man now has one of the best animated movies of 2018 with Spider-Man: Into the Spider-Verse.
In the years after the writer’s passing, Bram Stoker’s estate was very protective of his intellectual property. So, in 1922, when German expressionist filmmaker F.W. Murnau was denied the rights to do an adaptation of Dracula, he did one anyway – but he had to change the name of his lead character from Count Dracula […]
Joe is a great movie, but it’s a very difficult one to watch. The film is disturbingly violent, with scene after scene of fighting and bloodshed.
As an apocalyptic thriller, Knowing could have been excellent but the added science fiction and horror angles detract from the story and take it too far into “alien” territory. If you can get through the short and forgettable scenes that take it there you will be entertained by a great mystery. One that delves into science and theology and the eternal conflict of man vs. nature.