Border memorably skims the border between reality and the supernatural, examining the irreconcilable division between the civilized and the perverse.
Dark is not a German version of Stranger Things; its historical vision is distinctive.
I love subtlety, and beauty, and trash, and terror, in equal measure.
A terrifically fun — when not spine-tingling — exhibition of horror and sci-fi memorabilia.
Horror fans in search of a smarter-than-average thriller that will make their viscera quiver should not miss this one.
The highest praise for the way the great cinematographer Bridger Nielson has lit the film’s haunted house..
In the coming week there will be screenings of a variety of horror films from over the decades — you choose how you want your spine tingled. And don’t forget to dress up
That Rubber fails to accomplish much of interest is really a shame. Call it a waste of potential: this film is, perhaps in spite of itself, sharply current—an ideal cinematic concept of the Internet age, self-consciousness gone a muck. Rubber. Directed by Quentin Dupieux. At Kendall Square Cinema. By Taylor Adams French director Quentin Dupieux’s […]
In this compelling stage version of “Frankenstein,” urgency of revenge pushes forward, murder upon murder. Creature and Doctor merge in immorality. Both are playing God in their command of life and death. Sharing roles is the meaning of this theatrical experience. This is their message and their show.
German author Ernst Weiss’s nightmarish vision of science gone mad in his 1931 novel Georg Letham is not rote Freudian; it is firmly in the social critique/ apocalyptic Darwinian mode.