The Premonition directed by Robert Allen Schnitzer and written by Anthony Mahon and Louis Pastore came out in 1976 the same year as Brian De Palma terrific crazy telekinetic horror Carrie. Sharing some similarities it seems The Premonition remained relatively unknown until that is Arrow got hold of it for a brand new Blu-ray release.
Based on the novel Bryan Smith and adapted and directed by Trent Haaga, at first 68 Kill seemed incongruous in the FrightFest 2017 line up seeing that it’s set up revolves around a heist gone wrong and a man on the run. Little did I expect that this magnificent movie would not only prove to […]
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.
Hammer House of Horror was a British TV series from 1980 which ran for 13 episodes each just under an hour taking on stories of the spooky the supernatural the sick and the twisted.
Striking from start to finish Norbert Keil’s Replace was one of the standout films from FrightFest 2017 blending beautiful haunting imagery with an intriguing plot that twists and turns its way around until all is finally revealed to the audience and the central character of Kira played brilliantly by Rebecca Forsythe.
Thriller The Snowman, which is based off the globally best-selling novel from Jo Nesbø and stars Michael Fassbender as Harry Hole, is hitting UK cinemas on the rather apt date Friday 13th. Inspired by the film’s release and setting, we’re looking back at some of the great Nordic noir that’previously hit our screens.