Joe Dante’s (Gremlins, The Burbs’) The Howling is considered a zenith of werewolf movies. Released in the Spring of 81’, it fast became a celebrated wolf themed horror movie alongside its popular counterpart, An American Werewolf in London (also released in 1981).
Sharks are scary that’s a fact. Having only ever seen them in real life at a very safe distance behind massively reinforced glass at an aquarium I can still see why movie after movie has been made about these black eyed human hunting predators of the deep.
Directed by first-time Danish director, Thomas Jakobsen, The Unraveling is an immersive and visceral cinematic experience that captures one man’s relentless fight to survive two brutal forces at once: a mysterious killer in the woods and a ruthless heroin addiction.
When introducing his film Freehold at FrightFest this year, director and co-writer Dominic Bridges told the assembled audience it was about his “loathing of estate agents.” This struck a chord with many folks including myself having dealt with a procession of overpaid plonkers and loud mouthed liars over the years whenever it came to moving […]
Gaz Bailey is one of the hardest working people on the UK horror circuit. As festival director of Wales’s long-running horror event Abertoir he has established a one of a kind festival experience for fans of the bloodier side of cinema. Abertoir prides itself on being a festival built on a loyal community of attendees […]