Tags : classic

The Skull (1965) Review

With only a few more days until Halloween, I found myself in a very kinky mood indeed. Perhaps not as kinky as the Marquis De Sade, who appears to have had a very twisted mind. Oh, I say!Read More

What Makes a Horror Film a ‘Classic’?

It’s no secret that I am a horror fan. I wouldn’t be writing this article if I wasn’t. And there is nothing I like more than watching my favourite movies or finding new ones to rave about other than sitting with other horror fans and talking about movies. Read More

The Evil Dead (1981)

Horror has a history, and within that history are certain key points that determined the direction in which it would take and ultimately, whether it would survive censorship. Video nasties from the 80’s were integral to the evolution of horror movies and one such video nasty is The Evil Dead.Read More

Picnic at Hanging Rock (1975)

Many horror movies claim to be based on a true story. Most of the time, the actual link with real events is weak at best. And when a film tries to retain its accuracy, it’s difficult to do so without becoming more of a documentary than a feature film.Read More