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…
On the IMDb page for Russian horror Paranormal Drive or Marshrut postroen as it’s called originally the synopsis reads “Contemporary Russia. A young couple finds a great deal on a used BMW. Unfortunately, it’s haunted.” This basically sums up the whole film so I think I will leave my review at that as my mother […]
Famous for such films as Red White & Blue and The Living and the Dead as well as P Is for Pressure one of the most upsetting segments of The ABCs of Death, Simon Rumley is a man who has always avoided the mainstream, until now that is.
Watching Kiyoshi Kurosawa’s outstanding Japanese horror movie Pulse 16 years after it was initially released the most shocking thing is both how far forward technology has advanced and yet how tragically relevant the movies message still is.