As I have mentioned before in other reviews the Italian Giallo genre is an interesting one being as that although it appears to have only been massively popular for a short period and predominantly in one country its influences are still felt right up to this day in many mainstream visual mediums.
The Albert Hall proudly presents the Manchester debut of the live cinema screening of Alfred Hitchcock’s cinematic masterpiece, PSYCHO, with the live soundtrack provided by Manchester Camerata (Written by Bernard Herrmann, 1960).
1. Tell us about your film? Dalj Brar: The Evil in Us is an independent horror film that adds an element of the thriller genre to make it stand out amongst the plethora of horror films. It is 3 storylines interwoven to give the audience a sense that there is some sort of connection between […]
1. Tell us about your film? Jason William Lee: Well it’s your typical feel good romp about a group of friends who venture to a cabin in the woods where they are somehow transformed into ravenous cannibals thirsting for death and mayhem. Making it was one of the best experiences of my life and I […]