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Posted on: October 23rd, 2017

THE MUMMY’S GHOST was Universal’s fourth Mummy opus, the third in the sequence started by THE MUMMY’S HAND (1940) and the second to star Lon Chaney, Jnr as the titular creature. Got all that? Good. However, while following on directly from 1942’s THE MUMMY’S TOMB, this one also changes things up a little. Not much, …Read More

Posted on: October 20th, 2017

In Perugia, a masked killer stalks a group of female college students, punishing them for their sexual proclivities. Jane (Suzy Kendall) and her friends have suspicions about who the killer might be, and decide to get away from the university until the murderer is caught, staying – for the time being – in a villa …Read More

Posted on: October 20th, 2017

While perhaps unsung and, to an extent, overlooked on the global scale, Brazil has a rich history of delivering outstanding genre fare. From the cult classic Coffin Joe movies to recent offerings like The Devil Lives Here, it’s a corner of the globe worth scouring for fright flicks. Our Evil (Mal Nosso), on the other …Read More

Posted on: October 19th, 2017

The Unraveling is the type of film one should enter as blindly as possible. In fact, your best bet would be to skip all trailers and reviews and check back at a later date after you’ve seen it for yourself. Director Thomas Jakobsen and co-writer Justin S. Monroe have set out to lead the viewer …Read More

Posted on: October 11th, 2017

If there’s ever a horror franchise that has always sought to do something new with each instalment then the first one to pop into my mind has to be Don Mancini’s Child’s Play. Now going on for almost 30 years with no signs of slowing down, the franchise is back with its seventh instalment Cult …Read More

Posted on: October 9th, 2017

Synopsis: Determined to lose his virginity before his 30th birthday, Jim (Danny Morgan) thinks he’s hit the jackpot when he meets sisters Lulu (Georgia Groome) and Kitty (Kelly Wenham). However when he and his confident friend Alex (Michael Socha) head out with the girls, they realise that they’re hiding a dark and deadly secret. Comedy-horror …Read More

Posted on: October 1st, 2017

Children of the Corn, released in 1984, followed a string of hugely successful King adaptations, including Carrie (1976), The Shining (1980) and Salem’s Lot (1979). In today’s political climate – in which more and more people are driven to religious extremism – I thought now would be the perfect time to revisit Children of the …Read More

Posted on: September 24th, 2017

Synopsis: A group of middle-aged male friends travel to Northern Sweden for a wild camping holiday but after veering too far from their pre-planned path, the chaps start suffering supernatural hallucinations which twists their trip into a terrifying, blood-soaked battle for survival. Harsh woodlands have served as a reliably frightening backdrop for countless classic horror …Read More

Posted on: September 18th, 2017

Synopsis: After being kidnapped by the Blue Skeleton a year prior, a group of friends decide to face their fears by visiting haunted attractions once again. However, all signs point to something sinister and when they’re told to seek out Hell Bent, they wonder if the Blue Skeleton are back. The premise for The Houses …Read More

Posted on: September 15th, 2017

Stephen King – who celebrates his 70th birthday this month – is really the master of modern American horror, whose brand of dark but ultimately hopeful stories have dominated the market for the last 50 years. King’s novels have been adapted into some of the most influential horror films of all times, and although Pet …Read More

Posted on: September 15th, 2017

Mathieu Turi makes a stunning feature film debut as a writer/director with Hostile, an English-language French production that offers engaging drama with its action-packed thrills. This film rises well above the creature feature norm because of its dramatic gravitas, outstanding performances, and solid direction. Brittany Ashworth, who also appears in 2017 horror feature The Crucifixion …Read More

Posted on: September 14th, 2017

Synopsis: Handsome, desirable and oozing self-confidence, Spencer Cutler is a psychopath void of empathy or guilt. Living his life to take advantage of others, he sets his sights on his next victim but an encounter with a new brand of ecstasy sends his life into a downward spiral when he begins to feel emotion for …Read More

Posted on: September 13th, 2017

Synopsis: In Derry, a group of children who call themselves the Losers Club vow to put an end to an ancient shape-shifting demon that typically adopts the scary guise of Pennywise the Clown and hunts the town’s children. Until this year, I had neither read Stephen King’s It or seen the mini-series based on the …Read More

Posted on: September 10th, 2017

WEREWOLF OF LONDON tends to be written off as some sort of dry run for THE WOLF MAN (1941), which kinda misses that the point that it was the original, setting the template for all celluloid lycanthropic terrors to come. True, there had already been 1913’s THE WEREWOLF, the earliest Universal horror film of all, …Read More

Posted on: September 10th, 2017

Synopsis: In an effort to be a good friend, Sasha (Stacy Snyder) takes on a babysitting Job for the evening. On her arrival, she meets eccentric parents Dale (Graham Skipper) and Vicki (Najarra Townsend) who inform her that their child is already in bed. However, something doesn’t quite sit right with Sasha but she decides …Read More

Posted on: September 9th, 2017

Synopsis: Rosie (Maria-Teresa Daher-Cusack), a young girl living with her mother Kris (Lucy Clements), is dealing with her own teenage angst and troublesome relationship with her boyfriend. When asked to hand-deliver a care package to Mab (Carolyn Saint-Pé), a woman living in the remote wilderness, her curiosity gets the better of her and she sets …Read More

Posted on: September 4th, 2017

Synopsis: Taken away from his deranged family by the state, young Jed Sawyer eventually ends up in a criminal facility for violent youths. When a riot breaks out, he finds himself on the run with a group of other volatile individuals. Evading a vengeful lawman, Jed gradually finds his way back to the Sawyer homestead, …Read More

Posted on: September 1st, 2017

Synopsis: A trained assassin called Sook-hee (Ok-bin Kim) promises 10-years work to a government agency, after which she and her daughter will be granted freedom and the chance to live a normal life. The Villainess is a slick, action-packed and exciting thrill-ride that will undoubtedly please fans of violent Korean revenge thrillers. It comfortably sits …Read More

Posted on: August 30th, 2017

Synopsis: In this remake of Alexandre Bustillo and Julien Maury’s À l’intérieur, heavily pregnant Sarah Clarke is tormented by a woman who wants her unborn baby. À l’intérieur is a horror masterpiece and any attempt to re-imagine or remake its story in its gutsy, violent and unforgettably gory way, is a fruitless one. That being …Read More

Posted on: August 28th, 2017

Synopsis: A couple on a camping trip get more than they bargained for when they stray from the path and disturb a group of creatures in the woods. The premise for Redwood is a familiar one as it follows couple Josh (Mike Beckingham) and Beth (Tatjana Inez Nardone) as they try to broaden their horizons …Read More

Posted on: August 28th, 2017

Synopsis: A group of Vampire overlords meet to discuss the future of their species and the possible acceptance of a new member. However, things get desperately complicated and the simple discussion fast turns into a bloodbath. Eat Locals is the directorial debut of actor Jason Flemyng (X-Men: First Class, Stonehearst Asylum) and it’s a fast-paced …Read More

Posted on: August 28th, 2017

Synopsis: Liza manages to convince her boyfriend Chip to help her steal $68,000, but when Liza starts killing people Chip realises he’s made a terrible mistake and that his girlfriend is not quite who he thought (or hoped) she was. 68 Kill is an absolute blast. The film is a violent and entertaining crime-caper, but …Read More

Posted on: August 28th, 2017

By 1943, the second wave of Universal monster flicks had seen comebacks for Frankenstein’s monster, the Invisible Man and the Mummy, and a new legend born in the form of the Wolf Man. Lon Chaney Jnr. had so far rocked the Jack Pierce make-up in three of these roles, but there was one more major …Read More

Posted on: August 25th, 2017

Somewhere in rural America, a number of mysterious deaths begin occurring all over town, the corpses having apparently been eaten from the inside out. The rather inept investigators have no idea what the cause could be, leading a local health inspector (Michael Garfield) to suspect that a strain of giant mutated slugs might be responsible. …Read More

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

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