This week on the Sematary: 30 MILES FROM NOWHERE is the definition of modern horror mediocrity, a bloodless slasher that isn't worth your time.
This week in the Sematary: Netflix week continues with 2011's PRIEST, a film that deserves damnation for making vampires boring.
This week in the Sematary: LAKE OF DEATH is too shallow to swim in, lacking in both originality and scares.
This week in the Sematary: MAUSOLEUM could have been a campy 80's horror classic, if not for it's reliance on ugly racial caricatures and a narrative centered around a white aristocratic bloodline. Heed the film's warning: Don't go into the MAUSOLEUM.
This week in the Sematary: LYLE is a well-shot, well acted film that (unfortunately) is disappointingly predictable, clinging tightly to cliches established by predecessors.