When you’re stuck outdoors in the frozen Antarctic, for months on end with no food or water, after surviving a horrific life and death encounter with a parasitic extraterrestrial life form that kills and assimilates other organisms (including all your friends) and then imitates them with disturbing and grotesque results, you have a lot of time to think... More

Rubberneck (2012) Review

Rubberneck is the story of a man alone. Taking ‘real events’ as a jumping off point, the film follows Paul, a man plagued by his past, unable to share his burden even with his caring sister.Read More

Amicus Interview with Director Kevin Connor

Director Kevin Connor is the man behind Amicus’ most memorable movies: Warlords Of Atlantis, The Land that Time Forgot, At the Earth’s Core and They Came from Beyond Space (all available to win Here!) as well as the insane Motel Hell. We caught up with him to talk past, present and future and more. LoveHorror: […]Read More

Warlords of Atlantis (1978) Review

It’s 1978. You want to make a movie, but don’t know what it should be about. Jaws came out a couple of years back, and that was pretty popular, so maybe it should be about something scary in the sea… Star Wars just came out and people seemed to like that too, so maybe you […]Read More

Playback (2012) Review

There’s a point in Playback where highschool wannabe movie director Julian asks three friends to name their favourite horror movie. In quick succession they reply ‘The Ring’, ‘Scream’, ‘Freaky Friday’; naturally, everyone laughs at the last one.Read More

The Land that Time Forgot (1975) Review

In some respects, this movie is the opposite of Tarzan. Whereas Tarzan is the story of a feral monkey-man who checks out the modern world only to discover that it sucks, The Land that Time Forgot is about a group of modern humans stumbling on the world of the past, and then shooting at it, […]Read More