Psychological horror brings the new film adaptation of H. G. Wells' classic novel The Invisible Man to life in a modern thriller.
The fourth annual ALIFFF, the Apocalypse Later International Fantastic Film Festival, will take place Oct. 12-13, at the Phoenix Center for the Arts.
Do I like having my head messed with by a film? Yes, that’s the whole reason we go to the movies; and this one will leave you thinking for quite some time.
A new horror and sci-fi film festival hits the Valley of the Sun this October, created and facilitated by one of Phoenix’s most beloved and knowledgeable...
A couple of weeks ago Phoenix Comicon got an Air-Jaws sized jump on the Shark Week celebration when ASU hosted two of the coolest panels ever held at PHXCC.
Crimson Peak looks spectacular, unfortunately its story is time-worn and tortured and the aesthetic look of the film is the only thing it has going for it.