One of my greatest pleasures on Earth comes from finding a horror film I have never heard of and having the living hell scared out of me. Next of Kin was one of those films.
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.
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 […]
Do you remember VHS tapes? I do but then again I am old. For all those people born in the 2000’s it might be hard to believe but before films were on 4K Ultra HD Blu-ray or some super quick downloadable format you can play on your phone, big chunky black video tapes ruled the […]
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.
Although it received seven Academy Award nominations the 1964 psychological thriller Hush…Hush, Sweet Charlotte may be more recognisable to recent audiences as part of American Horror Story creator Ryan Murphy’s Feud series Bette and Joan which dealt with the making of What Ever Happened to Baby Jane?