Tags : Black Christmas

Women Versus The Wicked

It’s a common misconception that women are only in horror films to scream. Not so – the genre has put women front and centre for decades, showing men a trick or two about conquering evil. In the terrifying new online seance chiller HOST, a group of female friends are left to deal with a malevolent […]Read More

Silent Night, Deadly Night (1984) Review

As winter draws in the nights are darker, colder and longer so its no wonder that it is a time for family and friends to huddle together inside their homes, sharing stories while looking for warmth and safety from the cruel world outside.Read More

Stalk ‘N Slash Season on Horror Channel

Horror Channel will be slicing its way through our TV schedules every Friday night throughout October as it celebrates slasher films, both classic and contemporary, From Oct 5 there will be four double-bills, headed up by four UK TV premieres.Read More

Black Christmas (1974)

Black Christmas is notorious. It unwittingly became the blueprint for the slasher subgenre, pioneering the use of its two main devices; that of protracted POV (point of view) shots (á la Lady in the Lake) and menacing phone calls from an unidentified psycho killer ‘qu’est-ce que c’est?’ It inspired John Carpenter to make Halloween, thus […]Read More