It’s good that Joe Bob Briggs looks more alert and even-keeled here than in the previous entry, “The Prowler,” because otherwise it would be damn
This is likely the low point of Shudder’s twenty-four-hour marathon revival of Joe Bob Briggs and his brand of horror-geek authority. I don’t care what
This fifth sequel is an impressive entry in the ongoing series. Replacing the previous movie’s sloppy indifference and infamous climax with a tight focus, director
What a wild ride this one is. In between the ill-conceived but imaginative twist ending, the over-the-top gore and excessive body count, and the cartoonish
There are a number of changes in this third sequel to the 1980 original that successfully shake up the franchise. There’s the fact that the
I’ll confess that I once tried to watch David Cronenberg’s 1977 “Rabid” but gave up about thirty minutes into it, finding it boring and disjointed.