The story of Job, translated through nihilistic German cinema.
The simple fact that a horror film inspired by the Italian cannibal movies of the ‘70s and ‘80s is being released to mall crowds is
The latest from horror wunderkind Ti West is easily his best, and scariest, film yet.
Director Randy Moore's covertly shot, surrealist take on the "Disneyfication" of our daily lives is nothing short of brilliant.
E.L. Katz's directorial debut is a sharp, brutal bit of blackly hilarious exploitation
Keanu Reeves' directorial debut contains some finely choreographed martial arts madness. But is it any good?
When is a man made of poo more than just the sum of his feces-encrusted parts
The latest from director Ben Wheatley is a psychedelic head trip, mixing philosophy with pure terror.
Matt Johnson's school shooting comedy is a stab at social relevance hamstrung by an over-reliance on cinematic gimmickry.
James Ward Byrkit's directorial debut is an odd, heady piece of sci-fi drama in the vein of Shane Carruth's "Primer".
Jacob shares the ten albums that are going to be scoring his booze soaked sojourn to the Alamo Drafthouse and Fantastic Fest 2013.
The monsters vs. robots movie you always dreamed about seeing when you were just a little kid, Pacific Rim is absolutely awesome.
Kanye West's sixth record is abrasive, alienating and, at times, flat out wonderful -- a testament to his continued growth as one of our most
Daft Punk return with their first record in eight years, ditching their computers for a live band to create a towering, history traversing achievement.
Jacob's final trip to the mausoleum brings two gimmick screenings: "Rollercoaster" (1977) presented in Sensurround, and "Liquid Sky" (1982) featuring a live score by Philly