In the same vein as A Monster Calls, I Kill Giants blends fantasy and reality into a touching coming of age tale about a teenage girl dealing with school, family, bullies and colossal monsters set on destroying her home town.
As children, we were all afraid of monsters. We’re sure you’ll all remember asking to keep the lights on when you went to sleep, or have someone check the dark corners of your bedroom to make sure no creatures were lurking behind the curtains, in the cupboard or under the bed.
Ahead of the official World Premiere of ATTACK OF THE BAT MONSTERS at Horror Channel FrightFest Glasgow 2018, nearly two decades after it was shot, writer / director Kelly Greene reflects on the film’s long and winding journey, reveals his Christmas movie plans and his inter-dimensional monster creations bent on re-claiming the Earth…
Another release from StudioCanal’s stupendous Hammer Horror series, Blood from the Mummy’s Tomb may not be familiar to many but the name of the author whose story The Jewel of the Seven Stars it is an adaptation of most definitely will be being that it is by the father of Dracula himself Bram Stoker.
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.