A dread filled mood piece featuring some amazing music Burning Men follows band mates Ray (Ed Hayter) and Don (Aki Omoshaybi) who dream of moving to Memphis to live, play and pursue their destiny.
When you think about schools and horror your mind is usually drawn to the High Schools and Frat Houses featured in an avalanche of American horror movies. From Carrie to Urban Legend, The Faculty to Scream Queens it seems being in school in the US is bad for your health.
Evil Dead 2 released in 1987 opens with a brief overview of the first Evil Dead (For those unusual types who have never seen the first film and think it’s okay to jump into the 2nd film?).
A young, single mother makes attempts at a fresh start with her son in the rural backwoods but soon a disturbing encounter with a neighbour shatters her sense of safety. Sarah (Seána Kerslake) descends into a void of paranoia and uncertainty as she tries to navigate if the changes in her son is connected to […]
Kiyoshi Kurosawa’s Pulse was a brilliant horror that delved into the isolation the internet creates in society playing out a supernatural doomsday scenario that scared the audience while remaining depressing relevant. In Before we Vanish Kurosawa takes a standard alien invasion narrative and injects it with innovation and emotion crafting a tale as much about […]