As I discussed in my review of Gotham: The Complete Third Season, DC hasn’t always had the best track record when it’s come to taking its most popular, famous and kick ass character the one and only Batman (I said it Superman deal with it!) from the comic pages to the screen however there is […]
The latest short from independent genre director Scott Lyus, spins a chilling tale of the paranormal and the power of suggestion in, Echoes of the Passed.
Are you ready to be ruined? It is of course the standard protocol when you drift in to slasher movie territory and is what’s offered up in Preston DeFrancis’s cut-throat fright flick, Ruin Me.
Of the many offerings from 2017’s bevvy of brilliant horror films, one couldn’t help but be drawn to the Frightfest feature that involved Robert ‘Krueger’ Englund.
The Premonition directed by Robert Allen Schnitzer and written by Anthony Mahon and Louis Pastore came out in 1976 the same year as Brian De Palma terrific crazy telekinetic horror Carrie. Sharing some similarities it seems The Premonition remained relatively unknown until that is Arrow got hold of it for a brand new Blu-ray release.