Watching Kiyoshi Kurosawa’s outstanding Japanese horror movie Pulse 16 years after it was initially released the most shocking thing is both how far forward technology has advanced and yet how tragically relevant the movies message still is.
Many movies have detailed the end of the world due to an unstoppable epidemic so on paper Henry Joost and Ariel Schulman’s Viral perhaps seems a little passé however given a chance this gripping genre mash up of teen movie and outbreak horror is extremely creepy and captivating.
How do you make the tired and overdone genre of found footage fresh again? The Paz brothers provide an answer with JeruZalem there extremely innovative horror that uses wearable technology to offer a first person frightener with an action packed apocalyptic plotline.
I’m not sure what I expected from that. The trailer made Mad Max look completely nuts, but there had to be some kind of catch, right? They always show the best bits in the trailer, and then the rest is Jar Jar or Shia LaBeouf. Incorrect! Mad Max is just as intense as you could […]