Every now and then there’s a horror film re-release that really takes you back in time. You know that feeling…
Zombie Lake is a very strange film indeed and watching it prompts the same feeling of bizarre confusion at what you are witnessing as if you were looking at a real life lake of zombies in real life except much, much, much less scary and real.
Much like the deranged and diversely entertaining House series Phantasm is another horror franchise that had somehow passed me by. Thankfully the amazing Arrow Video have given the five films to an extra special reissue bringing them to Blu-ray for the first time and allowing me to experience them for the first time too.
French director Olivier Assayas has used all his talents to bring to our screens a clever piece of supernatural horror.
Historical horror from the master of low budget movies Roger Corman’s Tower of London is actually a curious amalgamation of 1939 film of the same name alongside plot elements from Shakespeare’s famous Richard III and Macbeth.