It’s fantastic that one of the things that 2018 will be remembered for will be the 40th anniversary sequel to the original John Carpenter classic – Halloween (1978). But as we enjoy this latest addition to the franchise, it’s quite easy to imagine that none of this might have happened, particularly when you consider the […]
A Grindhouse oddity believed lost for decades Miss Leslie’s Dolls has been released into the wider world by the wonderful people at Network blending together a barmy mix of sex, possession and occult practices when a gang of teens end up staying in the strange Miss Leslie’s foreboding abode.
**WARNING: Contains Moderate Spoilers** The Strangers (2008) is one of the most unsettling home invasion movies ever put to screen. Starring Liv Tyler and Scott Speedman as a young couple who retreat to his childhood summer abode following a strained evening at a friend’s wedding reception; events take a chilling turn as they are tormented […]
Herschell Gordon Lewis is considered by many as Godfather of Gore having created the splatter sub-genre of horror popularising it with movies like Two Thousand Maniacs! (1964), Color Me Blood Red (1965), A Taste of Blood (1967) and the first ever splatter movie Blood Feast made way back in 1963.
Gratuitous, pointless and actually quite boring Patricio Valladares Hidden in the Woods was one of the worst films of 2012’s FrightFest so it was with more than a little hesitation that I took my seat at FrightFest a few years back to see his latest offering entitled Downhill.