Drowning… needles… enclosed spaces… if you’ve got a phobia, it’s no doubt been brought to horrific life in one of the Saw series terrifying instalments.
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.
Let’s be honest your 18 th birthday is always a big one and this year FrightFest was 18 years old. Legally in the UK you can buy alcohol, fireworks, a crossbow, get a commercial pilot’s licence, vote, donate your body to science and most importantly watch 18 films. Hold on a minute does that mean […]
With the release of The Conjuring spin-off Annabelle incoming, here five of the best entries into the killer toy sub-genre, a sub-genre that for the most part is sadly largely ignored.
Receiving its European premiere at FrightFest 2013, Curse of Chucky was introduced by Don Mancini, the creator of Chucky and the Child’s Play series. The man who has had a hand in every Child’s Play film since the original movie in 1988.