Fast-moving trains have been supplying cinematic shocks to audiences since the earliest days of film. Legend has it in 1896 when the Lumiere brothers first screened 50-seconds of a train approaching a station to show off their miraculous new invention, the assembled patrons panicked and fled, believing the train was hurtling towards them!
After dissecting the musical opus that is John Carpenter and Alan Howarth’s They Live Soundtrack Jack Crow is back to talk about Ravenous a soundtrack that will leave your ears hungry for more horror.
When you love horror as much as we do you want it to permeate every part of your life, at home, at work, on the walls, on your clothes, everywhere! That is where our new feature Little Shops of Horror comes in handy as we run through some seriously spooktastic stores and wicked websites ready […]
Every genre of movie has its clichés and horror is no exception. From the Safe Place is Overrun scene in every zombie film to the Grizzled Loner that appears in every Post- Apocalyptic Sci-Fi to the fact that every Slasher film contains the line “You don’t know the legend? Everyone knows that story.”
Hey brothers, there’s something new going down.” We would like to introduce you to John Carpenter’s They Live: Assault on Cable 54 the new boardgame created by Iconiq Studios, a UK based company comprised of passionate game enthusiasts. The game is fully licensed from Studiocanal, and is coming to Kickstarter on the 31st March 2020 […]