Making a horror out of a Western isn’t an entirely new idea. Let’s face it, a lot of Western films are pretty horrible anyway as the wild West was a pretty crazy place. But a horror Western set in Australia? Now that’s something a little different.
As you may have seen from our recent review of Wake Wood, Hammer – the self titled House of Horror – is back making the movies that made its name.
Spanish horror scored another point on Friday with Guillermo Del Toro’s Julia’s Eye’s receiving a good reception at cinema’s across the country.
Dario Argento’s influence on horror is unquestionable. From the formation of the Italian Giallo genre through the style of the slashers of the 70’s and 80’s, the serial killer obsessed police drama’s on TV in the 2000, right up to the Oscar winning Black Swan which many have agreed owes more than a little to […]
The Flicker Club, the boutique film experience dedicated to rediscovering cinematic treasures through its popular monthly screening events, has organised, in association with the Stoke Newington Literary Festival, a day of celebrations to honour American writer Edgar Allan Poe on Saturday June 4th.
Made for less than $1.5 million, INSIDIOUS has grossed over £5.7 million in the UK and over $66 million worldwide, making it the most profitable film of the year to date and got a 4 star review right here on Lovehorror. INSIDIOUS has continued to defy expectations, rising to the top of the UK box […]