Alfred Hitchcock’s Psycho is not only one of the best horror films ever made it is also one of the most important horror films ever made changing not only the face of the genre but also all of cinema and popular culture when it came out.
Back after his brilliantly fun massive monster movie, Guillermo Del Toro returns with a lavish love-letter to gothic fantasy literature.
As a found footage Second World War horror movie, on paper director Richard Raaphorst first feature may sound immensely uneventful, blending as it does two very popular and horrendously overdone genre elements together. However, thanks to the awe inspiring inventiveness of the monsters in this movie, Frankenstein’s Army is anything but boring or derivative. Instead […]
The influence of special effects magician Ray Harryhausen, who very sadly passed away this week aged 92, is immeasurable however the list of directors interviewed for the definitive documentary Ray Harryhausen: Special Effects Titan will give you a small idea of his impact on modern movie making.