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Posted on: April 13th, 2019

Synopsis: When an unidentified suicide victim goes missing from the morgue, the psychiatric ward of the hospital gets a terrifying new patient. There hasn’t been a good plague film in a while. Not to say that The Dead Center is necessarily a plague film, but the creeping dread with which it unfolds is certainly reminiscent …Read More

Posted on: April 12th, 2019

Synopsis: A young man gets more than he bargained for when he goes to kill his girlfriend’s father, at her request. Tarrantino meets Danny Boyle meets Eli Roth in writer-director Kirill Sokolov’s hilarious and gory feature film debut Why Don’t You Just Die! (aka Papa, sdokhni). A splatterpunk comedy with enough blood to turn even …Read More

Posted on: April 10th, 2019

Synopsis: A demanding director and his actors and crew are attacked by zombies while filming a low-budget zombie movie. Or are they? It’s difficult to talk about One Cut of the Dead (aka Kamera o Tomeru na!) without spoiling its ingenious plot, so let’s keep this brief. Made on a miniscule budget of ¥3 million …Read More

Posted on: April 10th, 2019

Synopsis: In this documentary about the Satanic Temple, director Penny Lane follows the Temple’s co-founder and his followers as they fight to keep church and state separate. Everything you think you know about modern Satanism is probably wrong. That’s what Penny Lane’s brilliant documentary Hail Satan? proves in just a little over 90 minutes, taking …Read More

Posted on: April 9th, 2019

Synopsis: A father tries to prevent his daughter from leaving their dilapidated house, claiming it isn’t safe for them outside. But when an ice cream truck catches her attention, she becomes desperate to leave the nest. The less you know about Freaks going in, the better. The mysterious script is meticulously plotted, leaving you constantly …Read More

Posted on: April 9th, 2019

Synopsis: After the Woman led her and her sister out into the woods, Darlin’ has been living feral with her new mother, communicating only in grunts and eating human flesh to survive. But when the local bishop decides to civilise her, mother sets out to bring her back into the fold. When Lucky McKee’s The …Read More

Posted on: February 16th, 2019

As its brazen American retitling suggests, the Italian LAST HOUSE ON THE BEACH does indeed follow in the sleazy and queasy footsteps of Wes Craven’s infamous 1972 shocker. And then some. With the Italian genre film factory decidedly on the downturn by this point, it’s a no-brainer that certain of their number would be more …Read More

Posted on: November 15th, 2018

Online and real-world identities blur and clash in the psychological/supernatural horror outing Cam, which stars Madeline Brewer as erotic webcam performer Lola. This young lady, whose real name is Alice, is fixated with moving up the highly competitive rankings on the site on which she does her live streams, going to such extremes as faking …Read More

Posted on: October 23rd, 2018

There had already been a couple of ‘ZOMBI 3s’ by this time this one saw the light of day; an Italian re-issue of THE LIVING DEAD AT THE MANCHESTER MORGUE (1974) bore that title, as did BURIAL GROUND (1981) in some quarters, but these retitled flicks simply didn’t carry that Fulci stamp of maggot-ridden authenticity. …Read More

Posted on: September 30th, 2018

In this feature from James Crow, a group of cockney criminals are employed by a mysterious client to kidnap a young boy in a onesie and bring him to the eponymous house. However, upon arrival they realise that this is no ordinary job; the mysterious gentleman, who’s fond of drinking of wine, is a servant …Read More

Posted on: September 7th, 2018

Late, great Spanish genre icon Paul Naschy may have made a few more movies before his passing in 2009, but if any one of his late-period films has the feeling of being his true ‘swan song’ then surely ROJO SANGRE (‘Blood Red’) is it. With a script penned by Naschy himself, as ever under his …Read More

Posted on: September 4th, 2018

Synopsis: Philip (Sean Harris) is a troubled puppeteer with a waning grip on reality, living in his family home with repugnant uncle Maurice (Alun Armstrong). While there, Philip adopts a terrifying puppet which triggers a descent into insanity and the manifestation of monsters. Philip then has to cut ties with the puppet to halt his deterioration into …Read More

Posted on: July 21st, 2018

Synopsis: A young girl escapes into her own fantasy land, where she believes she is protecting her town from murderous giants, in order to escape from the harsh realities of her life. Following in the footsteps of touching young adult features like 2016’s A Monster Calls, I Kill Giants explores the difficulties of growing up …Read More

Posted on: June 29th, 2018

Synopsis: After attempting suicide Michael awakes a psych ward demon and it’s only a matter of time before he must stop her before she kills everyone around him. To put it bluntly, Sam Wineman’s creepy short The Quiet Room is nothing short of brilliance. Exploring mental illness whilst suffocating his audience with terrifying waves of …Read More

Posted on: June 15th, 2018

Synopsis: Ryan Bowman is informed that his biological father, who Ryan never knew and presumed was dead, has recently died in a surfing “accident.” Dad bequeathed his stunning California beach house, valued at 2.5 million dollars, to Ryan. While assessing the property and its contents, Ryan discovers that he’s inherited more than highly appraised real …Read More

Posted on: June 14th, 2018

They’re evil! They’re dead. They’re also blind. That’s right, they’re the Knights Templar, back in the first sequel to 1972’s TOMBS OF THE BLIND DEAD. Known in its native Spain as EL ATAQUE DE LOS MUERTOS SIN OJOS (‘The Attack of the Dead without Eyes’), this one sees writer/director Amando de Ossorio ramping up the …Read More

Posted on: June 2nd, 2018

Synopsis: A man wakes up in a square of an unknown city again and again, after each failed attempt to escape four masked assassins. Though the never-ending chase, he tries to recover his identity, and find out who set him up. Despite sharing the same mechanics as The Edge of Tomorrow and, in some respect, …Read More

Posted on: May 28th, 2018

Writer/director Joe Badon’s debut feature film The God Inside My Ear is a challenging yet wholly accessible and satisfying blend of surrealism, horror, psychological thriller, and science fiction. Imagine Repulsion by way of David Lynch and Luis Bunuel, with some Douglas Sirk high melodrama for good measure, and you start to sense what you are …Read More

Posted on: April 30th, 2018

Synopsis: A couple retreat to a quiet cabin to help re-build their failing marriage, but their peace and quiet is soon threatened by a mysterious stranger. The Midnight Man is a clichéd and unbalanced thriller that treads an all-too-familiar path. It fails to offer anything we’ve not seen before countless times, offers awkward humour the …Read More

Posted on: April 29th, 2018

Belgium. Not a country that comes up all that often in conversations about Euro cult films, or horror films for that matter. Unless that conversation happens to be about DEVIL’S NIGHTMARE, that is. Okay, or Harry Kümel’s much better DAUGHTERS OF DARKNESS of the same year, but that’s a whole other column right there. This …Read More

Posted on: April 21st, 2018

The anthology Volumes of Blood: Horror Stories delivers on what the title promises, as gallons of grue and heaps of gory special effects are on display throughout the film’s tales. This sequel to 2015’s Volumes of Blood also delivers some chilling content, as well, with a group of talented writers and directors joining forces. This …Read More

Posted on: April 13th, 2018

It’s probably fair to say you won’t be seeing another film anytime soon that opens with a punishingly lengthy scene of a poorly-staged wrestling match set to horrible, pulsating techno. But then, you’re unlikely to see one that has much at all in common with Parts Unknown, the latest from micro budget horror stalwart Rick …Read More

Posted on: April 11th, 2018

There are two kinds of people in the world. Those who hate everything that the Sharknado franchise stands for and the other, people who unashamedly hold a special place for the cringe-inducing disaster phenomenon. Knowing exactly what it is at all time, the Sharknado franchise has gained its notoriety because it never takes itself too …Read More

Posted on: April 4th, 2018

Director: Coz Greenop Written By: Lee Apsey, Coz Greenop Starring: April Pearson, Lynne Anne Rodgers Synopsis: An abandoned paramour tracks her lover down to a distant lighthouse. When she finds her beyond hope she must find a way to save a child from the malignant spirit of her deceased father and the madness of her …Read More

Posted on: April 1st, 2018

“How is this my life?”, asks the horrified protagonist of director Brian Darwas’ gripping horror film Get My Gun. It is a darkly comic moment in a film that comes across as a modern take on exploitation films, for thinking people. From the opening sequence, viewers can see that this movie means business, and so …Read More

Posted on: March 31st, 2018

Synopsis: When a young epileptic named Emily Rose (Jennifer Carpenter) dies after an exorcism, the attending priest, Father Richard Moore (Tom Wilkinson) is brought to trial for negligent homicide. Erin Bruner (Laura Linney), his attorney, attempts to persuade him to plead guilty but Moore insists that he must tell the young girls story for the …Read More

Posted on: March 18th, 2018

With their new film Midnighters, the Ramsay Brothers have concocted a gripping thriller filled with an abundance of twists. Among several solid performances, Alex Essoe stands out, continuing to fulfil the promise of her brilliant star-making turn in the excellent horror outing Starry Eyes (2014). Essoe stars as Lindsey, a success-driven woman married to Jeff …Read More

Posted on: February 25th, 2018

Synopsis: A group of friends gather together at a secluded holiday home for what they believe will be a good time. However, after the opening of a fiery sinkhole pollutes the air with a foul stench, the group head indoors and begin consuming the first of many drinks. As the night goes on so does …Read More

Posted on: February 22nd, 2018

Synopsis: A talented cellist called Jessi moves into a new apartment with her partner, but when she becomes convinced her neighbour is plotting against them, her sanity starts to slip. All the while she is under huge pressure to perfect a musical performance for an international competition. Homesick is a slow-burn tale of ambition and …Read More

Posted on: February 19th, 2018

Synopsis: A group of teenage friends head up to a cabin in the woods, where they…oh FFS, you know what happens next, right? Actually, one of the many problems with BLACK CREEK is that it takes nearly an hour of this 80-minute movie for its central protagonists to be directly threatened. Which is not so …Read More

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