Tagged serial killer

Movie Trailer: The Frozen Ground (2012)

Vanessa Hudgens is growing up nicely. In the supposedly based on a real events movie, The Frozen Ground, she portrays a stripper who survives a murder attempt by a serial killer. Nicolas Cage is the Alaskan police detective trying like hell to stop him before he strikes again. The trailer for this psychological thriller (which…

Movie Review: Gone (2012)

As the title Gone suggests, something or someone has disappeared. When Jill Parrish (Amanda Seyfried) comes home from working the night shift at the diner she finds that her sister Molly (Emily Wickersham) has been abducted from her bed. This triggers horrible memories for Jill, who was herself abducted from her bed the previous year….

Movie Review: The Raven (2012)

There are some good things to say about the newest film by director James McTeigue (“Ninja Assassin,” “V For Vendetta“), a combination of “Sleepy Hollow,” “Saw,” “Se7en” and the latter-day Sherlock Holmes films. First, it acquaints the uninitiated with the works of Edgar Allan Poe, one of America’s most creative and tortured writers (Poe, while…

Movie Trailer: A Fantastic Fear of Everything (2012)

I’m not quite sure what to make of Universal Pictures’ A Fantastic Fear of Everything. The trailer released today is, to put it mildly, bizarre. Everyone’s favorite Brit funnyman Simon Pegg is Jack, an author of hedgehog inspired children’s books, who is traumatized by his involvement in researching a book on Victorian era serial killers….

Movie Trailer: The Raven (2012)

Creepy describes the situation Edgar Allan Poe finds himself in. In the dark thriller The Raven, it seems a serial killer has taken to Poe’s writing and is using it as a template to spectacularly kill people (think “The Pit and the Pendulum”). Poe, enlisted by Baltimore detectives, puts his macabre mind to work to…

Movie Trailer: Lucky (2011)

What does winning the lottery have to do with serial killing? On the surface nothing, but in the new indie comedy Lucky, whose trailer debuted today, everything. When weak and ignored office worker Ben wins the lottery, his world, as one would suspect, changes. He gets the girl of his dreams (who couldn’t stand him…

Movie Review: Mr. Brooks (2007)

It’s been a long time — 16 years to be precise — since the high water mark was set so high by “The Silence of the Lambs” for serial killer thrillers. And in those 16 years, there has yet to be a movie that even comes close to surpassing it. So it is fair to…

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