I remember Ghostbusters. I remember being blown away by the brilliant combination of comedy and horror. I remember the cool gadgets, the great ghouls and I remember how much I wanted to be a Ghostbuster when I grew up.
Outwardly mild-mannered but inwardly ruthless assassin Hawkins (Alistair Sim) is lured out of retirement for a job which requires him to dispose of politician Sir Gregory Upshott (Raymond Huntley), whose pontifications in the House have made him a figure of interest for the wrong kind of people.
**Contains Some Spoilers** Coming of age and horror expertly go hand in hand. Stephen King is a master of this trope and his influence certainly casts a spell in this tale of a teenage angst and witchcraft. Ben (John-Paul Howard) is a misguided 17-year-old who is struggling to come to terms with his parents impending […]
Marc Meyer’s, We Summon the Darkness is a slick satanic bloodbath and the recent horror movie that has quite possibly rejuvenated the genre, proving that breaking away from obvious tropes and taking narrative risks ensures that this pitch-black comedy slasher stands out from the rest.
It’s hard to believe that the sequel to Zombieland, Zombieland: Double Tap has taken 10 years to come out. It’s also hard to believe that Love Horror has been going even longer than that but this is proven by the fact that we reviewed the original Zom-Com all the way back in 2009.
Leo is a promising boxer who is about to come face-to-face with his own mortality after an unexpected loss in the ring. He’s also about to come face-to-face with drug-addled escort Monica, who’s been hired for the night by corrupt cop Otomo who’s in cahoots with Yakuza Kase, the two of them intending to hijack […]