A small group of heavily armed men creep cautiously down a dimly lit corridor. The building around them hums a deathly tune, creaking and moaning a cacophonous melody. Suddenly, an unholy screech slices through the room. An indiscernible figure steps into sight, blood and raw flesh smeared around its mouth. The men stand frozen, staring, […]
Van Diemen’s Land concerns the legend of Alexander Pearce, also know as ‘The Pieman’, an Irish man sent to the penal colony on Tasmania in the 1820s for theft who then escaped and was eventually caught, whereupon it was discovered that he had human bones in his pockets, having survived by eating his fellow escapees.
The Challenge To watch a horror film while hooked up to a heart monitor to test how scared you really are.
The 1980’s are cool again. The floppy hair, the bright colours… Even the leg warmers! So what better way to celebrate this, but with a nice 80’s horror film? If you’re into zombies and horror that is more fun than terrifying, City of the Living Dead – now available in high definition – could be […]
Artists are often troubled souls. Translating their pain and issues into marvellous artistic forms. Van Gogh was one such example of this type of person. People with troubled minds often find it easy to make the transition to ‘murderer’ or ‘psychopath’, and that could be where some of the rationale for Spiral came from.
It is a mathematical fact that if you add creepy children into any film you increase the fear factor by at least 50 percent. Perhaps it’s the idea of pure innocence corrupted by ultimate evil, maybe it’s our deep rooted terror of being replaced by the younger generation, hell maybe its just their high pitched […]