The movie starts with few students trespassing on a haunted place called "Rudra Mills", where they are stopped by Sunny to go further into the premises. Sunny then narrates his story to them. He starts by narrating about his fiancée Sarah who used to do programmes on haunted places and while once she was unable to find her Bhagwad Gita, so she unwillingly had to leave for her show without it. At around midnight, Sunny woke up to see Sarah crying and on being asked what happened, Sarah says,"I am sorry" before vanishing away. While confused, Sunny receives a call from police informing him about the death of Sarah, who was found hanged from the walls of Rudra Mills which was deemed as a haunted place.
These spoof movies mock contemporary horror films and clichés of their era. Like so many franchises, the Scary Movie movies are inconsistent in quality, with the series ranging from comedy cult classics to Scary Movie 5: not even its director had anything good to say about it.
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Stephen Hunter of The Washington Post stated that while "Scary Movie 4 never takes you close to death by laughter [...] it's funny enough to turn the hands on your watch much more quickly than you can believe." Nathan Lee of The New York Times' described the film as being "organized on the principle of parody, not plot, [...] it's an exercise in lowbrow postmodernism, a movie-movie contraption more nuts than Charlie Kaufman's gnarliest fever dream. It's cleverly stupid."
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A surefire win (with teeny, tiny scares) for the youngest movie buffs, this classic Pixar film was an extremely memorable leap in animation technology and remains a heartwarming 'spooky' story for your littles. Monsters Sully (John Goodman) and Mike (Billy Crystal) work together at Monsters, Inc., a power company in a Monsters-only world. The power company is fueled by the screams of human children (collected by monsters who go into the human world to scare them). When one of Mike and Sully's nightly haunts fails terribly and brings a small child into their world, they must work together to make things right (and ultimately save 'Boo' from even more terrible creatures). Rated G.
In this second installment of the Annabelle movie franchise, a toy maker and his wife welcome a nun and her group of orphaned girls into their home. Horror soon strikes when one of the girls finds a sinister doll in an abandoned room.
The tagline reads "No mercy. No shame. No sequel.", the last reference being an ironic nod towards the tendency of popular horror movies becoming cash cow franchises. 2001 saw the release of Scary Movie 2, with the appropriate tagline "We lied". Later video covers of the first film frequently drop the tagline's third statement. The film's original titles were, "Last Summer I Screamed Because Halloween Fell on Friday the 13th", and "Slasher 911". Scary Movie was followed by four more sequels Scary Movie 2 (2001), Scary Movie 3 (2003), Scary Movie 4 (2006), and Scary Movie 5 (2013). Its title serves as a homage to the production title of "Scream," which was also released through Dimension Films.
An 18-year-old girl named Drew Decker is alone in her house one night when she receives a call from an unnamed man. After being questioned about scary movies, she is attacked by the killer named Ghostface, who chases her all over the house and outside and rips her clothes off. She continues to run through the sprinklers in only her bra and thong panties but is stabbed in the breast (revealing an implant) and knocked out by a gray car driven by her father (who was getting oral sex and didn't notice her.) Stunned by the impact, Drew is caught and murdered.
The next day, Cindy Campbell arrives at school. She meets up with her boyfriend, Bobby Prinze, and friends, Brenda Meeks, Ray Wilkins, Greg Phillipe, and Buffy Gilmore. News teams, including reporter Gail Hailstorm, are there to interview Drew's classmates. Cindy realizes that Drew's murder occurred exactly one years after they accidentally killed a man during a wild car ride and dumped his body off the pier. One night, Cindy is attacked by Ghostface, but she called the police in time and Ghostface escapes. Bobby soon arrives with the same gloves and knife as Ghostface, and is arrested. The next day, everyone in the group receives a warning note from someone who claims to know about the man they killer. Later, they are killed one by one: First, Greg is killed while watching Buffy win the beauty pageant. Next, Buffy is killed when she plays a game of "Psycho Killer". Then, Ray is killed in the bathroom stall. Ghostface attempts to kill Brenda during the movie, but after Brenda's obnoxious behavior during the film, fellow patrons kill her instead.
Joe Leydon of Entertainment Weekly gave the film a positive review, remarking that the film was "unbounded by taste, inhibition or political correctness" and that "the outer limits of R-rated respectability are stretched, if not shredded" by the movie. By contrast, Roger Ebert did not find the film as innovative, saying that the film lacked "the shocking impact of Airplane!, which had the advantage of breaking new ground." However, Ebert did give the film 3 stars out of 4, saying it "delivers the goods", calling the film a "raucous, satirical attack on slasher movies."
Director: Edgar WrightCast: Simon Pegg, Nick Frost, Kate Ashfield, Lucy DavisYou can argue until you're zombiefied with exhaustion as to whether Edgar Wright and Simon Pegg's first cinematic collaboration is a true horror. It is: the laughs are balanced by a keen understanding of the fear aesthetic, and it doesn't skimp on either the scares or the gore. You only have to look to the final siege's homaging of Night Of The Living Dead to understand that. Plus, Wright and his cast add such real emotional depth to the characters that they come across as more nuanced than many a scary movie can boast.Read The Empire Review
Director: David Robert MitchellCast: Maika Monroe, Keir Gilchrist, Daniel ZovattoA strong contender for the best horror film of 2014, It Follows runs with its brilliant central concept and never drops the ball. We never really learn what the 'It' is, except that it's a mysterious entity that's somehow sexually transmitted, manifesting as a variety of shuffling injured strangers, or sometimes as people known to the victims it inexorably pursues. It's an interesting twist on the slasher movie "promiscuous teens get killed" trope, with the wrinkle that if you find yourself affected, you can just shag someone else and get rid of it, like a chain letter. That rule takes the film to some very dark places.Read The Empire Review
Director: Stanley KubrickCast: Jack Nicholson, Shelley Duvall, Scatman Crothers, Danny LloydStephen King hates it, of course. Contemporary critics were lukewarm. Initial box-office returns were middling. The Academy Awards flatly ignored it. Stanley Kubrick, unbelievably, was even nominated for a 'Worst Director' award at the inaugural Razzies. (He 'lost' to Robert Greenwald's Xanadu). It wasn't a fun shoot either, by all accounts. Kubrick forced Shelley Duvall to do 127 takes of one scene, a record according to The Guinness Book Of Records. The infamous "Here's Johnny!" scene took three days and 60 doors. Both lead actors left the shoot exhausted and resentful.What a difference a bit of hindsight makes. As with a lot of Kubrick's work, time has been kind, and it now seems blindingly obvious that The Shining is a masterpiece without parallel: precise, meticulous, surreal, visually astonishing, a shimmering study of a descent into madness. The ultimate horror movie.Read The Empire Review
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