Mike Flanagan's latest is an impressively intricate supernatural thriller, cleverly complex if not quite as scary or memorable as one might have hoped.
The Amityville Horror
1998 — Emmett/Furla founded 1999 October — Release first film, Nickolas Perry's "Speedway Junky" 2001 April — 10-pic distribution and financing deal with Avi Lerner's Nu Image/Millennium Films 2002…
With "The Conjuring" looking like a sleeper hit, New Line is already working on bringing a sequel to life.
Following the back-to-back box office failures of "The Incredible Burt Wonderstone" and "Jack the Giant Killer," New Line Cinema is looking to rebound with a film that at first blush would seem to…
Andrew Douglas' fact-based account of teen violence is salaciously watchable but finally hokey.
On the first night of summer, Warner Bros.’ “The Conjuring” made its official North American debut as an eerie throwback to the 1970s. “‘We can’t wait to see you guys squirm,” declared Hayley…
James Wan's sixth feature is a sensationally entertaining old-school freakout and one of the smartest, most viscerally effective thrillers in recent memory.
The alleged demonic possession of the Lutz family and its suburban New England manse circa 1975 doesn't lack for fascination, having inspired over the years a feature film, a prequel, a 3D entry, a…
SundanceNow and IFC Midnight have jointly acquired all U.S. rights to director Eric Walter's documentary "My Amityville Horror."
For the first time in recent memory, a straight-up horror film -- Warner Bros. and New Line's "The Conjuring" -- will bow during the heart of summer, a result of scary-good test screening results.
The process of electing the president of the United States is the subject of the relentlessly coy documentary "Electoral Dysfunction."
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