Occasionally eerie but doesn’t surprise us with any unique quirks that make it more than a one-dimensional creature feature.
Lane's documentary delivers a unique perspective: an inverted, transposed battle of good vs. evil that’s farcical and horrifying in equal measures.
This Irish folk-horror surprises by not sticking with conventional clichés, offering a dark reading of mythology.
This ridiculously entertaining pile of rubbish lacks any finesse but replaces it with high energy. Recommended? Absolutely.
While this feature has a couple of notably gory moments, it seems to ignore the crucial cues that define and distinguish the genre.
Treats its source material with reverence and strips away the mythology around this dark period in music history.