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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

Posted on: February 15th, 2018

Roberto San Sebastián’s so-called horror-comedy is a complete disaster. In fact, The Night of the Virgin is one of the worst films that I’ve ever seen. It’s a disgusting affair that no one in their right mind should endure but for those of you who are, for some reason, curious about this celluloid travesty, heed …Read More

Posted on: February 13th, 2018

Low-budget indie horror comedy Psychotic! is a hit-and-miss affair that starts off with a scene showing a great deal of promise, but that soon gets bogged down in attempts at stoner jokes and satirising millennials. The writing/directing team of Maxwell Frey and Derek Gibbons pepper their take on 1980s slasher fare with enough positives to …Read More

Posted on: February 12th, 2018

Synopsis: Set in the 1960s, a cleaner in a top research facility forms a bond with an amphibious creature who is being held captive. The Shape of Water is storytelling at its best. It is film at its most beautiful, most moving and most memorable. For all its inspirations and nods to past storytelling, Guillermo …Read More

Posted on: February 8th, 2018

Synopsis: A serial killer leaves behind a cache of videotapes chronicling his murders and the subjugation of one of his victims. A documentary featuring experts and criminal profilers analyze them and try to unravel the mystery of the ‘water street butcher.’ There’s no denying the oversaturation of found footage horror. Ever since the release of …Read More

Posted on: February 4th, 2018

Writer/director Richard Stringham’s debut feature Close Calls shows that he is both a huge fan and an adept student of horror movies who is now also a burgeoning talent as a filmmaker. His loving homage to 1980s fright fare, set in the present day, is awash with reverence and verve, and contains plenty of originality …Read More

Posted on: February 4th, 2018

Synopsis: The troubled Dr Eric Price (Jason Clarke) is hired by lawyers of the Winchester Trading Arms comapny to assess the mindset of its heiress Sarah Winchester (Helen Mirren). Sarah believes she is tormented by ghosts of the people killed by the weapons her company created. While visiting the widow in Winchester House, a gargantuan …Read More

Posted on: February 4th, 2018

Fairy tales and horror films have always had a lot in common. Besides the obvious similarities in imagery, both genres rely on a set of conventions that the audience is familiar with, and often draw on the inherent fears and desires associated with adolescence. If it is true that most lasting trauma is rooted in …Read More

Posted on: January 27th, 2018

Synopsis: A small group meet in a supposedly haunted house to learn what triggered the supernatural terror. Directed by Scott Lyus, Echoes of the Passed is a macabre little treat that brims with suspense, intrigue and a generous helping of subtle wit. Rather than relying on full-blown, obvious scares, this 20-minute short uses a carefully …Read More

Posted on: January 21st, 2018

Synopsis: Set in a faux Tokyo where flesh famished “Ghouls” live amongst humans: shy student Ken Kaneki (Masataka Kubota) gets bitten by one of the creatures then joins an organisation to defend them against the humans who want them destroyed. Based on the best-selling manga by Sui Ishida and a follow-up TV series, this big …Read More

Posted on: January 20th, 2018

Synopsis: OMEGA RISING offers viewers an insight into the life of notorious Italian filmmaker Aristide Massaccesi, better known as Joe D’Amato to an army of horror fans across the globe, as told by those who knew him best. Featuring interviews with cult icons George Eastman, Michele Soavi, Michael Shannon and Claudio Fragasso, amongst others, OMEGA …Read More

Posted on: January 19th, 2018

To this day, Hammer carries a lot of weight in the horror realm and remains synonymous with the genre after all these years. And despite being fairly quiet in recent times since relaunching the brand in 2007, titles released during their glory years continue to find resonance among genre aficionados. Therefore, whenever a new documentary …Read More

Posted on: January 13th, 2018

Synopsis: Insidious: The Last Key takes things back to the beginning for parapsychologist Elise Rainier (Lin Shaye) as she is forced to investigate a haunting in her old family home. Until now, I’ve been a huge fan of the Insidious franchise and the supernatural terrors it uncovers in various family homes. However, what was once …Read More

Posted on: December 21st, 2017

Synopsis: Graduate student Helen Lyle is researching urban legends for her thesis. She soon uncovers a local superstition about Candyman, a ghost of a former slave who wears a hook in place of a hand. The inhabitants of a housing project called Cabrini Green live their lives in perpetual fear of him. As Helen begins …Read More

Posted on: December 16th, 2017

Suspiria – released in 1977 – is widely regarded to be Dario Argento’s masterwork, a rich tapestry of heady visuals, psychoanalytic dream-theory, and deep, esoteric messages. Described as a film that “only makes sense to the eye,” the visual elements of Suspiria are extremely important, largely because of the way it totally disregards conventional narrative …Read More

Posted on: December 7th, 2017

Children have always played an important part in horror films, acting as the central antagonist in many famous examples. In films like The Exorcist, The Omen, and The Ring, this is done to subvert our expectations of how children should be depicted, challenging the traditional images of innocence and helplessness. In Dismissed, the antagonist is …Read More

Posted on: November 28th, 2017

When Creep was released back in 2014, it was a surprise hit, garnering critical acclaim for its effectively straightforward narrative and fantastic performances from its leading actors, Mark Duplass and Patrick Brice. Talks of a sequel (and even a trilogy) were heard shortly after the film’s release, though nothing was officially announced until September 2016. …Read More

Posted on: November 25th, 2017

Here’s the one that started it all. Universal Pictures had been taking a keen interest in a certain stage play that had been playing to packed houses since its debut at London’s Little Theatre in 1927. Before that year was out, a slightly modified version was on Broadway, and a tour of the States followed, …Read More

Posted on: November 25th, 2017

Synopsis: Angela Baker and her cousin Ricky attend camp Arawak, a summer camp for teenagers. Shy and reclusive, she finds herself being bullied by her peers. The summer camp and the slasher film have an interesting relationship with one another. One of the many entries to capitalise on this location is Sleepaway Camp, a 1983 …Read More

Posted on: November 15th, 2017

Synopsis: Horror Movie: A Low Budget Nightmare is a documentary that follows the trials and tribulations behind the making of Craig Anderson’s festive horror film Red Christmas. Director Craig Anderson is a man who has forever dreamed of making a horror film. Now in his thirties, Craig decides that now is the time to make …Read More

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