Director and co-writer Avalon Fast effectively rises to the challenge of relaying the beauty and horrors of youth by, well, currently living it.
It allows you to witness a series of horrible deaths with a great amount of glee, without feeling bad about it.
In her new feature, filmmaker Berkley Brady takes audiences on a terrifying trip through the forest.
It gives the franchise’s tropes some much-needed ribbing while introducing a few necessary upgrades to Sadako’s m.o.
Semans and his two leads create a shuddery scenario that’s sort of a reverse stalking.