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.
Set in the Edo period of Japanese history, Teruo Ishii’s Inferno Of Torture sets out its stall in no uncertain terms, the opening credits splashed across a tableau of women being crucified, speared, buried up to their necks and then decapitated with a massive saw operated by two men. It calms down a little after […]
Signature Entertainment breathes new life into a timely, criminally underrated gem from the past decade, Chatroom. Directed by Hideo Nakata, best known for popular J-Horror’s Ringu (1998), Ringu 2 (1999) and Dark Water (2002) plus the US remake, The Ring 2 (2005), Chatroom lures us into the dark and seedy underbelly of the internet communication […]
To most people outside of the USA and under a certain age the name Fantasy Island means, well it means absolutely nothing but therein lies the genius of this horror reimagining of the original cult 70’s TV series.
Frank Oz’s Little Shop of Horror’s, Cronenberg’s The Fly, Carpenter’s The Thing, De Palma’s Scarface and Scorsese’s Cape Fear make up a very small list of remakes that are better than the original movies. 2020 sees another film added to that list; Leigh Whannell’s Invisible Man.