Hayley Roberts


Ascending from the dark, depths of West Wales, Hayley has been writing reviews and articles for Love Horror since 2014. She has enjoyed every blood-curdling second of it and hopes to continue to bring fresh content to the beloved site. Hayley also runs ‘Hayley’s Horror Reviews’ and can be found on Facebook, Twitter, Instagram and YouTube. Her love for the genre began at the tender age of 12 and it has become a lifelong passion. Her favourite genre related events are The Abertoir Horror Festival in her hometown and both Celluloid Screams and Horror Con UK, based in Sheffield. You can follow her on all her social media accounts. Stay Scary, Horror Hounds!

You Cannot Kill David Arquette (2020) Review

2020 has been a strong year for documentaries connected to the horror scene, with The Horror Crowd (2020), and Hail to the Deadites (2020) to name a few, offering different perspectives on the genre. You Cannot Kill David Arquette is no exception, taking the audience on a wild ride, as Scream franchise alumni David Arquette […]Read More

Two Heads Creek (2019) Review

**Contains Spoilers** Twins, Norman and Annabelle embark on a trip from hell to Australia in search of their biological mother. However, once they arrive in the dilapidated, Two Heads Creek and are acquainted with the unsavoury locals, their true horror is about to begin.Read More

Dark Stories (2020) Review

Dark Stories is a bilingual French anthology featuring five shuddering stories set to thrill and chill. Adapted from a 5-part web series, and co-directed by Guillaume Lubrano and François Descraques, Dark Stories has been pieced together as one collective film which will receive its UK premiere at Arrow Video Frightfest this August.Read More

Ten Minutes to Midnight (2020) Review

Erik Bloomquist’s Ten Minutes to Midnight stars Caroline Williams (The Texas Chainsaw Massacre 2) as Amy Marlowe, a fading radio host who is stranded at the station overnight thanks to a violent storm. As she arrives for her radio slot on the fateful evening, it transpires that she’s been bitten by a rabies-carrying bat, quickly […]Read More

Alone (2020) Review

Jules Willcox stars as Jessica, a grief-stricken young widow who packs up her life venturing away from the city. As she drives down the winding country roads, true horror awaits when she crosses paths with a dangerous and mysterious man with a nefarious agenda. A high-octane cat and mouse game ensues as Jessica fights for […]Read More

The Poolboy Nightmare (2020) Review

**Contains some spoilers** There is something oddly endearing about Lifetime thrillers. They are the ultimate comfort genre movie, heavily cliched with nonsensical character motivations that will leave you yelling at the screen! But at the same time, they are hugely enjoyable, easy to watch, and guaranteed to leave a smile on your face once the […]Read More