Tags : 80’s

Little Shops of Horror – TruffleShuffle.com

When you love horror as much as we do you want it to permeate every part of your life, at home, at work, on the walls, on your clothes, everywhere! That is where our feature Little Shops of Horror comes in handy as we run through some seriously spooktastic stores and wicked websites ready to […]Read More

Edge of the Axe (1988) Review

An axe wielding maniac is on the loose and he has the residents of the sleepy quiet rural community of Paddock County in his masked sights, chopping through them one by one as the police stand by and do nothing.Read More

Child’s Play – Nods to the 80s

Child’s Play has had an upgrade with the 2019 remake. Indeed, everyone’s favourite killer doll has gone digital. But Chucky hasn’t forgotten his roots as one of the 1980s’ most iconic villains. Watch closely, and you’ll see that the all-new Child’s Play is crammed with blink-and-you’ll-miss-them nods to the 80s. Here are some of the […]Read More

Interview with Michael Mort creator and director of Chuck Steel

Move over Stallone, Willis, Schwarzenegger and Norris, there’s a new cult hero in town! Playing filthy, loving homage to the sights, sounds and smells of 80s action thrillers, CHUCK STEEL: NIGHT OF THE TRAMPIRES takes no prisoners in its feverishly fun stop-motion assault of cracking one-liners, intricately rendered ultraviolence and stylized retro panache. Screening at […]Read More


Ready Player One hits cinemas this week, and so lets all pretend its the ’80s and this isn’t happening. We watch three films where videogames are more than just videogames, and children are in space, and in the computer, and in NORAD. Opinions are split with no one really agreeing on anything, except that the […]Read More