Salem Kapsaski delivers a real Troma treat in an outrageous, punk/rock feminist, exploitation musical that makes a clever commentary on the British welfare state. Spidarlings is the story of lesbian lovers Eden (Sophia Disgrace) and Matilda (Rahel Kapsaski), two casualties of ‘Broken Britain, struggling to make ends meet.
Available from June 29th on horror streaming service, Shudder comes Show Pieces, a short film anthology from the mind of renowned graphic novelist Alan Moore (Watchmen, V for Vendetta) and directed by Mitch Jenkins. Show Pieces contains a surrealist tone that echoes the filmic style of David Lynch but is it a watch worthy slither […]
Having never seen or even heard of Madhouse I was very unsure what to expect but from its extremely creepy titles where we hear a nursery rhyme recited by a young girl who we see rocking a doll in a chair which she then smashes its face in, I knew I was in for a […]
I have to give massive kudos to FrightFest this year for screening My Father, Die as the opening film of their 2016 schedule being that it was a challenging and disturbingly portrait of childhood abuse and the futility of revenge.
FrightFest 2016 had its highs and lows but by far the film that stayed with me well after the fantastic festival ended and right up until now was Pet. Directed by Spaniard Carles Torrens and penned by The Exorcist TV series creator Jeremy Slater it is a mind blowing horror featuring a pair of pitch […]