First time director Clay Staub’s movie Devils Gate is a hard film to talk about seeing that any review is sure to give something away. With that in mind the best way to view it is without any prior knowledge as I did however now I have viewed it all I can say is I […]
Our Horror Favourites series continues with another of the expert instructors from the marvelous Miskatonic Institute, Ian Cooper, whose fascinating NO SENSE MAKES SENSE: GURUS, CULTS, MURDER AND MOVIES talk takes place on May 17th in London
Early on in the brilliant documentary by P. David Ebersole and Todd Hughes a title card appears saying ‘A true story based on rumor and hearsay.’ Although it may sound strange it is this element that makes Mansfield 66/67 such a fascinating and fantastic film because the truth is often stranger than fiction especially when […]
Hollywood creates many legends and many stars. Jayne Mansfield become both, but what was the truth behind her life and her even more notorious death? Was it fame fortune, sex, drugs or Satanic forces? The entertaining new documentary MANSFIELD 66/67, directed by P. David Ebersole and Todd Hughes, attempts to construct the true story based […]
Herschell Gordon Lewis is considered by many as Godfather of Gore having created the splatter sub-genre of horror popularising it with movies like Two Thousand Maniacs! (1964), Color Me Blood Red (1965), A Taste of Blood (1967) and the first ever splatter movie Blood Feast made way back in 1963.