Tom Atkinson

Tom is one of the editors at Love Horror. He has been watching horror for a worryingly long time, starting on the Universal Monsters and progressing through the Carpenter classics. He has a soft-spot for eighties horror.More

Horror Film Reviews

Rose: A Love Story (2020) Review

After a year of isolation thanks to the pandemic, what better film is there to watch to escape it all that one about a couple who are living in isolation, shielding themselves thanks to a deadly disease? Okay, so Rose might not be the respite that we need right now, but beneath the surface the […]Read More

Horror Film Reviews Possession

The Old Ways (2020) Review

It had been a while since I had seen a ‘possession movie’ and it wasn’t really a prospect I relished. Unfortunately, this is one of the most predictable sub-genres of horror (behind ‘zombie’). As a result, after seeing about five of them, you can accurately predict what will happen in a majority of those that follow.Read More

Horror Film Reviews Monsters

Murder Me, Monster (2018) Review

Set in the Andres, Murder Me, Monster is an Argentine horror, written and directed by Alejandro Fadel. The Spanish-language film is a horror-crime hybrid and kicks-off quickly with the discovery of a murdered woman which attracts the attention of the rural police officer, gravel-voiced Cruz (Victor Lopez). Officer Cruz works quickly to find a suspect, […]Read More

Horror Film Reviews Slasher

Hatchet (2006) Review

As we reach then end of our November Nightmares event, we close the curtain with probably the most extreme film of the five we selected from the W4free.com vaults. Hatchet is Adam Green’s creation and its notoriety quickly thrust the film and Green into the horror limelight. Though the film didn’t score big in the […]Read More