After the insane and immensely entertaining Wolf Guy Arrow bring another Sonny Chiba 70’s movie to the masses and this time it’s Doberman Cop. Sadly Chiba does not play a half man half dog police officer but a small town cop called Joji Kano taking a trip to Tokyo to solve a crime he is […]
Having never seen or even heard of Madhouse I was very unsure what to expect but from its extremely creepy titles where we hear a nursery rhyme recited by a young girl who we see rocking a doll in a chair which she then smashes its face in, I knew I was in for a […]
After deconstructing Kubrick’s horror masterpiece in Room 237 and making us scared to ever go to sleep again in The Nightmare Rodney Ascher returns with a journey into childhood fears and phobias -a film that may only last around 30 minutes but packs more impact than you may expect.
Starting with the insane and inventive dive into the multiple interpretations of The Shining and moving to exploring the terrifying condition that is sleep paralysis in The Nightmare, Rodney Ascher has managed to transform documentaries into a higher art form with his magnificent mussing on multiple aspects of horror and what really scares us.