What do you get if you cross a horrifying trip through some woods and a killer grizzly? Bear Witch? Or perhaps the not so imaginatively titled Bear. Two brothers drive to a family event with their ladies to end up stranded in a small wooded area.
The current wave of 80s revivalism comes to a head in Ti West’s The House of the Devil. Shot on startlingly beautiful 16mm film and featuring the music of The Fixx (God help us all), everything in this movie points to an infatuation with the decade that bought us Manimal and Reaganism.
To celebrate the7th of May cinematic release of the terrifying re-imagining of A Nightmare on Elm Street, starring Jackie Earl Haley and Kellan Lutz we are giving three lucky winners the chance to win A Nightmare on Elm Street Merchandise, featuring a hat, tshirt, key rings and bloody bookmark!
As the last autumn leaves slowly peel away from the trees, a mysterious airborne virus ravages the planet, and within a few hours billions die. Victims suffer horrific deaths as their internal organs liquefy, and whole towns’ expire within minutes. Soon cities become infested breeding grounds for the new apocalyptic virus, and by the end […]
Some horror films are good enough to warrant a sequel or two. But few manage to make it to a fifth, or even sixth installment – unless by that time the releases are low budget ‘straight to DVD’ sequels. Saw is one of the few ideas which has shocked and fascinated us all enough to […]
Art imitates life in Dario Argento’s 1987 masterpiece, Terror at the Opera; a labyrinthine codex of biting self satire, reflexive commentary and eerie meta-tragedies. Featuring a plot which revolves around ‘The Scottish Play’, it also borrows heavily from its themes and, it would seem, the eternal myth that surrounds it. The shoot was notoriously troubled, […]