Heralded by many as the greatest Film Noir ever made, Laura contains all the elements the genre is famous for including doomed romance, dark obsession, a no nonsense detective and a deceptive dame as well as plenty of twists and turns to keep even a modern audience entertained.
From Roller Disco Massacre and the executive producer of Final Destination, comes The Night Sitter, a horror comedy that offers up festive frights and spellbinding scares. Think Dario Argento’s Inferno (1980) meets Hocus Pocus (1993) with a pinch of Better Watch Out (2017) and Netflix favourite, The Babysitter (2017) all boiled into a cauldron, and […]
Contains Some Spoilers Hannah Arterton stars as Bobbi, a controversial new author set to start work on her already onerous second novel. Having broken new ground with her debut and unintentionally courting mass hysteria, the normally stoic young woman gives in, abandoning her typewriter for a highly intelligent, sophisticated piece of editing software.
There’s something a bit creepy about nuns isn’t there? I can’t figure out if it’s their predominantly black costumes, their strict demeanour or some repressed issue that I have with religion, but it feels like they are easily used as a tool for fear in film.
Everyone knows the urban legend; a baby sitter is taking care of a well to do parents kids when late at night she gets a phone call and all the voice says is “have you checked the children?” Many may know what comes next but few including myself have seen Fred Walton’s cinematic retelling from […]