Without hesitation, vampire women rise from their graves as an orphan wanders into the cemetery. This is a simple but effective scene, as well as one that has a poetic, almost hypnotic quality about it. It is rather distinctive; in..
I have a feeling that very few people would be willing to conduct a séance with a Bulgarian mystic calling the shots, especially if he's the type to conceal his true nature. Then again, it's hard to find a good..
The horror of losing sanity is undeniably a fascinating yet unsettling concept for two reasons: it brings to mind the stories of Edgar Allan Poe and it speaks to the fragility of the mind, the latter being that which Jessica..
Killers of the psychic type are few and far between, which is probably for the best considering that my head would likely explode if there were one too many. Self-deprecating humor aside, it doesn't take a parapsychologist to figure out..
An investigation is like a puzzle. It requires a methodical approach as well as seeing the bigger picture, two qualities that Kurosawa stresses, as he is not only attentive to the mystery surrounding the murders but also to the unreliability..
The power of the mind is an intriguing idea. It's an idea that explores possibilities; it's an idea that explores the limits as well as the extent of power, in which case Cronenberg is dealing with extrasensory perception not merely..
The mere thought of Jess Franco adapting Dracula is intriguing. He's a filmmaker who is prone to sleaze and erotica, but he's also a filmmaker who, I would argue, is at his most competent when he puts in the effort...
Wanna make a wish? If so, you'd best be careful what you wish for in the event of unearthing a lamp that's older than dirt and worth more than a Ferrari. OK, so that last part is an exaggeration, but..
The idea of a birthday being unlike any other is intriguing in that it opens the door to the unknown; and as such, the emphasis on details such as turning nineteen and celebrating at the exact time of birth have..
What is more destructive, the creator or the creation? This is a question that is on my mind in light of Mary Shelley's Frankenstein, a film that has left me with some things to think about. I wasn't expecting this;..