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Posted on: March 23rd, 2017

The true story of Ed Gein – the American serial killer and body snatcher – has inspired many famous horror films, including Psycho, The Texas Chainsaw Massacre and House of 1000 Corpses. Deranged, released in 1974, is one of the most literal interpretations of the Ed Gein story, and though mainly remembered for its lurid …Read More

Posted on: March 23rd, 2017

Synopsis: Carrie White is dealing with the problems that come with adolescence. Her life is under constant duress from her peers at school, as well as her religious fanatic of a mother. While showering in the high school gymnasium, she begins to undergo her first menstruation. Unaware of what’s occurring, she breaks down, and is …Read More

Posted on: March 21st, 2017

Synopsis: As a woman tries to rekindle her relationship with her daughter Chloe (Lucy Boynton), she starts to believe that Chloe may be embroiled in a dangerous witch legend. There’s nothing scary in Don’t Knock Twice unless you’re scared of doors or knocking, because there’s a lot of slow, ominous zooms in on doors and …Read More

Posted on: March 20th, 2017

Synopsis: The employees of Belko Industries have a really bad day at the office when they are forced to play a deadly game against their colleagues, bosses, and friends. The Belko Experiment is directed by Greg McLean (Wolf Creek) and written by James Gunn (Slither), and when I heard that winning combination, I was sold. …Read More

Posted on: March 19th, 2017

Science-fiction thriller Atomica looks rather good, with impressive set designs of a futuristic nuclear power plant and CGI spacecraft. It lacks, however, in the important areas of story, characters, and performances. Abby Dixon (Sarah Habel) is a young, gung-ho, by-the-numbers safety inspector for a corporation that has found a way to convert leaked radiation to …Read More

Posted on: March 17th, 2017

Set before the events that unravelled in 2016’s masterful Train to Busan, Seoul Station is an animated action-horror that follows various survivors as they fight to survive during a zombie outbreak in South Korea. If you wanted to see the beginning of the zombie outbreak that rages during the intense and nail-biting Train to Busan, …Read More

Posted on: March 17th, 2017

Ten years after being gunned down during World War II and thrown into a lake with a dark past, a platoon of Nazi soldiers rise again to seek vengeance on a small French town and the Mayor who had them killed. Directed by that prolific master of Eurosleaze, Jean Rollin, 1981 cheapo Zombie Lake checks …Read More

Posted on: March 16th, 2017

Synopsis: Chip’s problem is that he can’t say no to beautiful women. This weakness gets him into a world of trouble when he agrees to help his girlfriend steal $68,000. “Sweet pussy clouds a man’s mind.” This bit of friendly counsel extended to Chip (Matthew Gray Gubler) in an early scene primly sets the central …Read More

Posted on: March 16th, 2017

Synopsis: In this short film, an abducted woman wakes up naked and covered in dirt with her captor only inches away. She manages to make a run for it through the forest, but will she be able to escape his clutches? Into the Mud begins well, but there is nothing initially special about its set-up. …Read More

Posted on: March 14th, 2017

Synopsis: Kill or be killed is the golden rule of the Game of Death. That sucks for seven millennials who ignored that rule. Now each one’s head will explode unless they kill someone. Will they turn on each other to survive, or will this sunny day be the last for the innocent people of their …Read More

Posted on: March 14th, 2017

One can’t help wondering why a man of ninety is still producing material of the calibre (and I use that word in its loosest sense) of the latest entry in his infamous Death Race film series. Then again producer extraordinaire Roger Corman – king of the Hollywood ‘B’ movie – was never a man bound …Read More

Posted on: March 10th, 2017

Synopsis: A twenty-something African-American man visits his Caucasian girlfriend’s family home and soon starts to feel that something is not quite right. Get Out wastes no time in getting going and begins immediately as Chris (Daniel Kaluuya) and Rose (Allison Williams) discuss the audience-anticipated visit to her parents’ home. There is no needless build-up or …Read More

Posted on: March 9th, 2017

Released thirty years after Suspiria (and twenty-seven after Inferno), The Mother of Tears is the third and final instalment of Argento’s Three Mothers trilogy. Considering the cult status of the first two films, the long-awaited conclusion was always bound to disappoint fans, especially as work on the film began as early as 1984. Though the …Read More

Posted on: March 7th, 2017

Synopsis: A group of scientists have developed a serum called death one, which reanimates dead tissue. When terrorists attempt to steal it during a botched robbery, one of them becomes infected, and the surrounding area becomes contaminated. In an attempt to take control of the situation, the military decides to intervene. Soon, some vacationers and …Read More

Posted on: March 6th, 2017

Synopsis: A Swedish pilot and US covert ops crew get trapped underwater in a mini-submarine, somewhere off the Yellow Sea coast of North Korea. After the craft hull is breached, the crew must repair the damage in order to return to the surface before time runs out and the ship fills with water. A claustrophobic …Read More

Posted on: March 3rd, 2017

Synopsis: A female vampire leads the men she lusts after to their demise as her lust for flesh overtakes her desire to love. Let’s get this straight from the beginning; Female Vampire is softcore porn. Lina Romay is nude for 99% of the time she is on-screen. During these times she’s either writhing around on …Read More

Posted on: March 3rd, 2017

Psychological horror drama Lavender offers little that seasoned viewers of the sub-genre will find new, but it is bolstered by terrific performances, gorgeous cinematography, and Canadian filmmaker Ed Glass-Donnelly’s (The Last Exorcism Part II; Small Town Murder Songs) keen direction. Lavender opens with a stunning tour through a tableau vivant depicting the crime scene of …Read More

Posted on: March 2nd, 2017

Banned on video between 1984 and 2011, Island of Death has gained a reputation as being one of the most shocking and violent films ever made. Filled with rape, incest, murder and bestiality, the film is certainly a transgressive one, even though the point of some of these scenes is often questionable. Nico Mastorakis, the …Read More

Posted on: March 2nd, 2017

Synopsis: A government sponsored group of ‘surveyors’ travel to Skull Island to investigate bizarre eco-system readings. Once there, they awaken, and are forced into battle with, an army of aggravated monsters and the giant, mythical ape that rules them. The timeless King Kong concept continues to fire both film-makers’ and cinema goers’ imaginations eighty years …Read More

Posted on: March 1st, 2017

Synopsis: In this follow-up to 2014’s Ouija, a woman and her two children face a terrifying evil when they start to use a Ouija board during their scam séances. 2014’s Ouija is a perfectly watchable horror film, but it lacked a punch that would render it memorable. It was your classic “teens get terrorised by …Read More

Posted on: February 28th, 2017

Michael Aguiar’s thriller After Hours is a short film currently doing the rounds on the festival circuit. Telling the story of Detective Harris, a policeman called to the scene of a murder under mysterious circumstances, After Hours injects strong moments of horror into what can only be described as a condensed episode of Criminal Minds. …Read More

Posted on: February 28th, 2017

When a group of friends start to get gruesomely killed one-by-one, it’s up to Bram to figure out the killer’s identity before death comes knocking on his door, too. If you like extreme violence, gore and general craziness then you should find a lot to enjoy in this 55-minute Dutch slasher thriller. In its desire …Read More

Posted on: February 28th, 2017

Imagine if Let the Right One In was directed by Larry Clark.  That might not sound like the most pleasant of viewing experiences, but it’ll certainly pack a hard-hitting punch.  Michael O’Shea’s The Transfiguration takes the troubled teen urban drama and injects it with dose of Henry: Portrait of a Serial Killer, and the results …Read More

Posted on: February 27th, 2017

Happy Hunting, the feature-length debut from American filmmakers Happy Hunting Joe Dietsch and Louie Gibson, is a neo-Grindhouse action thriller which takes place in a dilapidated Texas village populated by hillbillies celebrating their annual ‘hunt.’  And, as there are no more animals in the area, society’s undesirables and passers-by have taken their place as the …Read More

Posted on: February 27th, 2017

The Warrior’s Gate was an unexpected opener to the Horror Channel FrightFest weekend – even for a festival such as this one, which prides itself on unpredictability.  A big budget, family-friendly, martial arts comedy in the vein of The Forbidden Kingdom isn’t the kind of movie most commonly associated with horror festivals, but if anything, …Read More

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