Director Neil McCay effectively world builds through continuously creepy cinematographic choices and mind-boggling effects of a hallucinogenic tea.
In 1998, Sega made their own version of Capcom’s “Resident Evil” named “Deep Fear”.
While “Separation” does have some interesting imagery, it doesn’t seem to know what exactly to do with the creepy characters involved.
What is the scariest thing about children? One terrifying aspect is when they innocently don’t know or understand what they’re doing.
“Corrective Measures” has a unique perspective on a corrupt maximum-security facility that’s surprising.
The game was developed at the same time as Capcom’s major release, and is an obscure survival horror that has its own unique take on the genre.
Before you presume this is just a scarier ode to 2003’s “Freaky Friday”, hold on — “Freaky” is actually funny, jump-worthy, and overall skillfully calculated.
“Resident Evil” was a huge and successful franchise that established the early rules and elements of survival horror.
Legendary horror director David Cronenberg returns with his latest film, “Crimes of the Future”.
Brilliant describes this unique one actress film by the writing team, KD Amond and Sarah Zanotti.