A virus that disables inhibitions and magnifies thoughts and emotions causes a violent outbreak at a law firm. One man, recently screwed over by his superiors, uses the quarantine to enact his revenge.
The Cloverfield Paradox is the third film in the secretive Cloverfield franchise that has been known for generating mystery behind its films before suddenly releasing them without a typical marketing campaign.
Having an indie black comedy with a social commentary is a very unique cinematic endeavor, and director Brian Taylor’s Mom and Dad attempts to highlight the unique bond between parents and their young.
The golden warmth of twinkling lights and candy-colored tinsel are what usually comes to mind when trying to capture the holiday spirit, but Joe Dante’s 1984 black comedy Gremlins puts a more horrific spin on a traditional Christmas tale.
Richard LeMay’s Dementia 13 may be a remake of Francis Ford Coppola’s 1963 film of the same name, but this up-and-coming horror flick attempts to modernize the classic story with a fresh cast and new scares.