Zombies are cool. Vampires never go out of style. Frankenstein’s monster? It’s complicated.
From flops (“I, Frankenstein”) to micro-indies (director Bernard Rose’s 2016 version), the creature could use a publicist.
The spider thriller “Itsy Bitsy” has an identity problem.
Look no further than the film’s poster, which teases a romp you might find in the ’80s bargain bin. Even that …
When did the “Annabelle” franchise morph into “Paranormal Activity?”
The former is now content to make us stare at the screen until something that isn’t supposed to move moves.