I would have to say that so far my luck with Russian horror films has not been good. The last two I have reviewed, 2018’s wet squib The Mermaid: Lake of the Dead and 2016’s car crash Paranormal Drive, did not do the nation proud.
Staring Rosanna Arquette as a unhinged medium who is driven to distraction by a disturbing change in her powers, Black Rainbow combines a murder mystery with a haunting horror to create a story that is fascinatingly as much about the supernatural as it is social comment.
Dream Demon is a slice of psychological horror straight out of the 80’s that has been missing from many horror heads collections since it came out on VHS many many years ago.
The legendary Fritz Lang is responsible for some of the most important movies in cinema history. Metropolis has influenced Sci-Fi cinema since its 1927 release and M is perhaps the blueprint for all serial killer movies that came afterwards.
When I interviewed director Mike Flanagan and producer Trevor Macy around the release of their 2017 Stephen King adaptation Gerald’s Game I asked them what was next. The reply was cryptic at best “We have a couple of other things cooking too but it’s a bit too premature to talk about them” they said “I […]