Screened at FrightFest to celebrate a whole new bunch of Hammer horror releases from StudioCanal in honor of 60 years of the famous British horror studio Demons of the Mind is a 1979 oddity about madness, murder and dark family secrets.
A young couple takes a late night drive to a remote location, feeling anxious about the locals and the accommodation that they’re about to stay at. For any horror fan, it’s not a new concept and it’s usually easy to predict what’s likely to happen next.
The affirmative opinion amongst genre fans is that quality ‘giallo’ films peaked during the 1970’s. It is no secret that the quintessential releases of the sub-genre were distributed during that time. The masters of giallo cinema, Mario Bava and Dario Argento lay the groundwork for a succession of directorial peers who attempted to make their […]
Sometimes in life there are certain things that you think you will never see in cinema, like in ”A Serbian film” where they make new born porn, or in the French film ”Inside” where a pregnant women burns a lady’s face off with a lighter and a spray can….classic bants.
Alfred Hitchcock’s Psycho is not only one of the best horror films ever made it is also one of the most important horror films ever made changing not only the face of the genre but also all of cinema and popular culture when it came out.
There is so much great horror television these days it’s hard not to get overloaded by all the choice but Nick Antosca’s Channel Zero most definitely deserves your attention thrusting you from the very start into a disturbing surreal world full of child killers, monstrous beings and creepy mind controlling kid’s shows.