There’s something a bit creepy about nuns isn’t there? I can’t figure out if it’s their predominantly black costumes, their strict demeanour or some repressed issue that I have with religion, but it feels like they are easily used as a tool for fear in film.
I’ll level with you. Before I see a film I usually try to avoid reading reviews and watching an excessive number of trailers for fear of it all diluting the experience.
For a long time now, there have been horror films based on the idea of insect-like metamorphosis. From Dr Brundle’s transformation from man to bluebottle in The Fly (1986) through to a chain of people being made one in The Human Centipede (2009), there has long been a fascination with the concept of how the […]
Documentaries about classic movies have become popular over the years, driven by fans’ interest in how their favourite films were actually put together.