Orson Welles is an iconic figure and the perfect choice for hosting an anthology series telling tales of suspense and terror. Appearing in shadowy silhouette as the brilliant John Barry theme plays over the titles every episode of Orson Welles Great Mysteries begins with his rich deep voice introducing another instalment of intrigue.
Generally, I take watching a classic horror over many of the modern offerings. Particularly if it’s one I haven’t seen in a long while – or better yet, at all. So I was happy to get the opportunity to re-visit Child’s Play thanks to one of the popular streaming services.
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 […]
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.