Ever since I first heard about the Winchester Mystery House I have been fascinated by it so on hearing about The Spierig Brothers Winchester, a horror film based on not only the ghost inhabited mansion but also the woman who built it, I was extremely excited.
Coming out in 2010 and solidifying the already growing status of Blumhouse Productions it is hard to believe but the original Insidious film was 8 years ago and since then it has spawned 3 sequels.
When I was given the opportunity to review the first episode of a brand new supernatural drama airing on BBC One and Netflix I jumped at the chance and after finishing the first hour of Requiem I can’t wait for the rest to be broadcast.
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.
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.