Stumble across an old camera (often one which has been bloodied, buried or burned), press play and watch in horror as the happy home movie scenes turn to terrifying images straight out of our worst nightmares…
Troma Entertainment is an American indie film studio that has been running for over 40 years. Known particularly for fun ‘schlock’, Troma has actually had success in a number of different genres although all of their films do have their tongue somewhat in cheek.
Tearing up genre festivals across the globe Mexican psychotropic erotic horror We Are the Flesh has been outraging audiences and gaining rave reviews since last year. With its imminent arrival into our homes I thought it was time I took a look to see if it was as amazing and shocking as people had been […]
Firstly let me admit that I saw Alexandre Aja 2006 remake of The Hills Have Eyes way before the original and was far from impressed by it. To me the tale of cannibal hicks pitted in a battle to the death with a family far from home seemed generic and unoriginal.
Let’s get this out there straight away; Hidden in the Woods was most definitely one of the worst films at FrightFest 2012. A sexist, misogynistic, sadistic, mess of a movie its biggest offense is it’s boringly banal attempts to shock in every scene by upping its grotesqueness ever further till the finale so safe to […]
The Hills Have Eyes is one of the late, great Wes Craven’s seminal masterpieces, as well as one of the enduring classics of American horror. A gruelling tale of rape, revenge and cannibalism, the film helped redefine what we think of as a horror movie and it’s presented here as never before in a stunning […]