If you don't know your giallo from a hole in the ground, this is probably not the place to start.
For the most part, this is how you do horror-comedy right.
An expert dissection of the modern gothic supernatural romance, taking Twilight to its logical, and hilarious, extreme.
No mere mortal could make a film that lived up to the awesomeness promised by Stage Fright's log line.
An unexpectedly philosophical film, like a verbal game of "what if?" played by a pair of stoned college students in a dorm room.
I expected more from a Lucky McKee movie than hot chicks and fun kill scenes