I love Godzilla and I always have. Watching movie after movie from Toho Co featuring a giant lizard rampaging across a city destroying everything in its path while fighting off an equally humungous, ferocious and fantastical creature with little regard for humanity was to me always the source of immense amounts of enjoyment.
Its impressive how many of Stephen King’s masterful tales of horror and suspense have been transferred from page to screen and with a recent spate of remakes including IT and Pet Sematary now is the perfect time to revisit some of the original adaptations.
Taking a look at the current cinema schedules and shows available on our streaming services it is hard to remember a time before comic book superheroes ruled our screens. The crazy thing is it wasn’t that long ago and even more importantly any superhero films that did emerge were seen as either purely for kids […]
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.
For lovers of macabre movies the names Christopher Lee and Peter Cushing evoke all sorts of images from a host of different horror films. Be it modern or classic collaborations, there catalogue of Hammer films together or even there most famous roles individually as theatrical duelling duos go Cushing and Lee are amongst the greatest.