Photo courtesy CrypticonThere's no mistaking horror-movie stalwart Michael Berryman. The actor suffers from a rare condition called hypohidrotic ectodermal dysplasia, which is characterized by few or no sweat glands and lack of hair or fingernails. However, Berryman's distinctive appearance has ... More >>
Tonight Rocks Off presents the 1973 exorcisploitation flick The Exorcist in all its glory for Rocks Off Movie Night at the Mink. The show starts around 9 p.m. and as always, is free-fifty-free. As part of our October Halloween film series, the film is sure to make you think twice about getting t ... More >>
It's October, so let's stay on the scary-movie theme and talk about another horror flick coming out this month: Paranormal Activity.Shot entirely with hand-held camera (in the style of recent flicks like Cloverfield and [REC]), it's the story of a San Diego couple who have been experiencing some st ... More >>
At tonight's Mink Movie Night, Rocks Off presents what is arguably the greatest psychological horror film ever made, Stanley Kubrick's The Shining. The film opens our month of Halloween-inflected movies, with the next two selections in the series being The Exorcist and the original Jamie Lee Curtis ... More >>
Paranormal Activity is this century's Blair Witch Project -- a horror movie whose budget couldn't even afford shoestrings, a horror movie with no stars to speak of, but one that is winning great reviews.Why is this important to you? Because you can see it before it becomes a cult hit. Remembe ... More >>
Denison-based Texas Hippie Coalition, or THC to fans, lays claim to the title "Kings of Red Dirt Metal," and will more than likely rock you the eff out. These guys feel like Pantera meets Lynyrd Skynyrd, so horns most definitely up. (Plus, the drummer goes by "Cowboy.") Lead singer Big D ... More >>
Raiding the modern horror memory bank, from The Exorcist to Auschwitz
Judd Apatow's pretty good year and much more
Latest Stephen King adaptation all fogged up
Joshua gets it: Your kid is a monster
Chatting with Hostel Part II writer-director Eli Roth.
Diamonds in the Rough
Hollywood ho-hum horror keeps ripping off the best, turning out the worst
The Passion of the Cut-Rate, High-Grossing Saw Series Continues
Hollywood pounces on 6-6-06 with a needless Omen revival
The Hills Have Eyes gets a bloody overhaul, but nothing to recommend it
Friday, November 4, at Walter's on Washington, 4215 Washington Avenue, 713-864-2727.
Kick off the fall season with a frightful film festival and some freaky props
Wes Craven takes a cue from Hitchcock aboard the Red Eye
The rocker's second directorial stab yields a true gorefest
The scariest thing about High Tension is the awful dubbing
Close your eyes, count to 10, and hope this De Niro disaster disappears
The Rok'Um Sok'Um Tour sheds a little blood
There's a method to the madness
James Mangold's latest looks scary, plays funny and might be genius for it
David Cross is funny as hell. So why isn't he laughing?
More adversaries than partners, Silence and Hannibal actively work against each other
William Friedkin restores previously axed scenes in the superfluous director's cut of The Exorcist
Scary Movie aims for all the obvious horror targets - and actually nails some
The Reverend Jeffrey Eernisse preaches the gospel of divine comedy
Did he or didn't he? Only the makers of the American Psycho dreamscape know for sure.
A decade ago, the American Psycho author was vilified. Now, he could launch a franchise.
American Movie hilariously documents a Midwestern filmmaker's rise to hackdom
Maudlin Music hardly matches the Craven image
Van Sant pumps fresh blood into his tribute to the classic
Clichs are the real killers in the anemic action film Vampires
Scream 2 is as good a follow-up as one can imagine, given the difficulties of sequels
Matthew McConaughey and Renee Zellweger take a Chainsaw to their careers
A Rice professor uncovers Leatherface's dark secret
Cronos makes something new from old-fashioned horror