Early on in the brilliant documentary by P. David Ebersole and Todd Hughes a title card appears saying ‘A true story based on rumor and hearsay.’ Although it may sound strange it is this element that makes Mansfield 66/67 such a fascinating and fantastic film because the truth is often stranger than fiction especially when […]
Gratuitous, pointless and actually quite boring Patricio Valladares Hidden in the Woods was one of the worst films of 2012’s FrightFest so it was with more than a little hesitation that I took my seat at FrightFest a few years back to see his latest offering entitled Downhill.
Horror movie streaming service Shudder has a terrifying tone of great horror movies so we thought we would delve into some of their specially curated Shudder Collections to pick some of our favourite frighteners.
Its hard to believe that its been 4 years since I saw Curse of Chucky at FrightFest 2013 in the huge Empire Leicester Square. Back then Don Mancini blew my mind by making a character that had become pure comedy into something scary again.
Coming out in 1960 it’s hard to believe that the legendary horror icon Christopher Lee had already previously played The Mummy, Count Dracula and The Creature in The Curse of Frankenstein all for Hammer, yet the City of the Dead would give him a whole new opportunity in a role straight from the American Gothic […]