It feels as though director Keola Racela is trying too hard to shock his project into relevancy within the horror genre.
A fun, campy slasher flick that stands out from the crowd.
Benefits from a credible sincerity (and jaw-dropping sound design) that gives a realistic and poignant look at deaf culture in America.
A movie that’s aimed squarely at the Comic-Con set and is made by geeks, for geeks, and starring geeks.
This strange, dark, and violent holiday fantasy isn’t satirical enough to work.
This fast-paced Korean thriller proves there are still fresh stories to tell when it comes to the walking dead.