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Posted on: August 21st, 2017

Synopsis: A nun and a group of orphaned girls are housed in the home of a dollmaker and his wife, but soon notice strange goings-on after coming into contact with a doll in a white dress: Annabelle. In no way is it perfect, but Annabelle: Creation continues the trend that sees horror sequels improve on …Read More

Posted on: August 20th, 2017

Synopsis: A group of friends go on a camping trip in the woods. As they wander about the surrounding area, they come across artefacts from the civil war. When one of them absconds with an old diary, ghosts of confederate dead come to life to terrorise the group. Some bad movies are inexplicably enjoyable. Critics …Read More

Posted on: August 18th, 2017

The giallo film, popularised in Italy in the early 1970s, is remembered for a few key tropes – the black-gloved killer, the female heroine, and the gritty, stylish visuals. In spite of these superficial elements, the giallo is also characterised by its receptiveness to psychoanalysis, often exploring Freudian ideas of dreamwork, the unconscious and the …Read More

Posted on: August 17th, 2017

Synopsis: Three grocery delivery employees are put through their paces when they are tormented by a demonic entity during a night delivery. The Night Delivery is an extremely creepy and practical effects-laden film that embraces its short runtime to deliver a horror film filled with frights and delights. It certainly doesn’t hang around and there’s …Read More

Posted on: August 17th, 2017

Synopsis: Set in the future, Origin Wars follows Lt Kane Sommerville (Daniel MacPherrson) as he races against time to save his child from an impending global crisis. His journey takes him to Sy Lombrok (Kellan Lutz) who is running for different, but equally deadly reasons, but agrees to get Kane to his daughter. Origin Wars …Read More

Posted on: August 16th, 2017

Bill Watterson’s directorial debut Dave Made a Maze is a quirky fantasy/adventure comedy that boasts plenty of hilarious riffs on horror, along with some genuine suspense and chills. The film is a fun, imaginative outing that is one of the most unique pieces of cinema this year. Dave (Nick Thune) is an artist who has …Read More

Posted on: August 8th, 2017

After the release of Alien in 1979, many studios tried to capitalise on the success of the franchise, adding more futuristic, science-fiction elements to their films. Creepozoids, released in 1987, was another of these ‘Alien-clones’, following a design and narrative structure that is painfully similar to Ridley Scott’s original. The film was criticised heavily for …Read More

Posted on: August 6th, 2017

Despite being made somewhat on the cheap, THE MUMMY’S HAND (1940) had been a big hit for the players then calling themselves the “New Universal”, making a sequel as inevitable as a tomb desecrater’s death by mouldy strangulation. However, developments since the last film had seen the rise of a new horror star in Universal’s …Read More

Posted on: August 4th, 2017

If – like I initially did – you think you are going to enjoy a remastered edition of Vincent Price’s 70’s camp classic Madhouse, I have to warn you, you’re not. This unnecessarily gratuitous slasherthon, leaves much to be desired, and should probably only be sought out if you are determined to complete your viewing …Read More

Posted on: August 3rd, 2017

Synopsis: Widow Ruth is seven months pregnant when, believing herself to be guided by her unborn baby, she embarks on a homicidal rampage, dispatching anyone who stands in her way. If there’s anyone that can pull off a matriarchal slasher complete with a subversive sense of humour then it has to be Sightseer’s very own …Read More

Posted on: August 3rd, 2017

Synopsis: Obnoxious anthropologist Joe Weber (Michael Moriarty) and his equally abhorrent son Jeremy (Ricky Addison Dean) relocate to the isolated New England town of Jerusalem’s Lot, only to discover the serene community is secretly governed by a clan of conspiring vampires. Tobe Hooper, Stephen King and screenwriter Paul Monash’s 1979 TV movie/ adaptation of Salem’s …Read More

Posted on: August 2nd, 2017

If you get a feeling of déjà vu watching the opening scenes of Within, it’s because you have indeed seen it before. Countless times. The actors may be different and the overall look glossier, but this tale begins as so many have before it, with a couple and their teenage kid moving into a new …Read More

Posted on: August 1st, 2017

Discussing films by the Italian master of shock Dario Argento, is always going to be difficult. Considered by many horror fans as a genius, criticising his work in any way has become something akin to blasphemy. Truth be told however, despite the occasional exception – like his masterpiece Suspiria (1977) – many of his films …Read More

Posted on: August 1st, 2017

A middle-aged couple awake to the sound of knocking. Upon investigating the sound, the man finds no one at the front door and returns to bed, unaware that the knocking was not coming from outside the house. What’s more, their night time visitor is not shy about making his presence known. And so goes the …Read More

Posted on: July 31st, 2017

The concept of transformation – whether physical or figurative – is at the core of so many horror tales, but few modern films have depicted it in quite as painful and upsetting a manner as Julia Ducournau’s devastating feature debut, Raw. Tearing its way through last summer’s festival circuit like a wild dog, the film …Read More

Posted on: July 31st, 2017

The final film in Argento’s ‘Animal Trilogy’ – preceded by The Bird with the Crystal Plumage and The Cat o’Nine Tails – Four Flies on Grey Velvet (Quattro Mosche di Velluto Grigio) received mixed reviews from critics when it was released in 1971. It’s certainly as stylish and elegant as we might expect from an …Read More

Posted on: July 31st, 2017

The lead villain in Better Watch Out (formerly Safe Neighborhood) is definitely on Santa’s naughty list, and that performance is just one of several crackerjack ones that help make this Christmas-themed Australian/American home invasion horror thriller a must-see. The film also has some macabre humour at play, as well, though I would stop short of …Read More

Posted on: July 30th, 2017

Synopsis: Leigh Michaels is a twenty nine year old TV director who moves to LA to start a new job, only to find herself harassed by a prowler. After receiving frightening phone calls, Leigh becomes stalked by the local predator who sends her ominous gifts, rewires her electrics so the lights short out, bugs her …Read More

Posted on: July 30th, 2017

Welcome to SILVER SCREAM (see what we did there?), a brand new series here on the site where I’ll be digging into our horror heritage once or twice a month with some classic fright flicks from Universal Studios and other monochrome monster movie moguls of the day, both major and minor. The thirties ‘Golden Age’ …Read More

Posted on: July 27th, 2017

Graham Skipper, who starred in last year’s Beyond the Gates, turns his hand to writing and directing for the new mind-bending science fiction/horror thriller Sequence Break. This twisted, goo-ridden offering isn’t shy about showing homage to obviously influential filmmakers and movies, but it offers plenty of originality and heart in delivering a satisfying, bizzaro viewing …Read More

Posted on: July 26th, 2017

Plan to leave all logic at the door when you see director Greg Zglinski’s Swiss/Austrian/Polish psychological horror chiller Animals (Tiere), and I mean that in the best possible way. Time loops, alternate paths of possible realities, and unreliable points of view are just a few of the potential explanations to the deadly proceedings in this …Read More

Posted on: July 26th, 2017

Synopsis: A serial killer stalks grieving book editor Tracy Grant (Joanna Pacula) and leaves body parts in her apartment. Meanwhile, Police Detective (Tomas Arana) and his Homicide division discover the death of Tracy’s husband could provide a clue to the killer’s identity. After helming the revered 80s cult, but not quite classic, film Demons and …Read More

Posted on: July 25th, 2017

Many horror films focus on the toxic effects of an abusive family, examining how childhood trauma can negatively influence a person’s life. Who’s Watching Oliver – the first feature film from director Richie Moore – is the latest horror to explore these themes, questioning how someone with a learning disability can become reliant on an …Read More

Posted on: July 21st, 2017

Synopsis: Suburban teen Claire (Joey King) is given an antique music box by her father (Ryan Phillippe). Soon after, Claire discovers she has been granted seven wishes then uses them to make her wildest dreams come true but with devastating consequences. John R Leonetti’s previous feature, Annabelle, failed to fare as well as The Conjuring …Read More

Posted on: July 19th, 2017

Science fiction thriller The Gracefield Incident rises above the low-budget, cinema verite–shocker pack in some cases, but gets mired in cliches and other problems of the subgenre quite often, as well. Overall, director/star/co-writer/editor Mathieu Ratthe’s debut feature has enough positives going for it to warrant a watch. In this United States/Canadian co-production, video game editor …Read More

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