Whenever there’s a film produced that’s adapted from a novel there are always those that love to proclaim “It’s not as good as the book”.
Ecological horror, The Bay is a frightening found footage film that plunges the audience into a very real and very nasty story, all about a small town decimated by an invasion that they never saw coming.
Airports and hospitals, both locations you could rather do without on holidays. Sure hospitals can be avoided if you’re lucky, but boring stuffy airports are a necessary evil of holiday making.
A small group of heavily armed men creep cautiously down a dimly lit corridor. The building around them hums a deathly tune, creaking and moaning a cacophonous melody. Suddenly, an unholy screech slices through the room. An indiscernible figure steps into sight, blood and raw flesh smeared around its mouth. The men stand frozen, staring, […]
With most horror films, the threat comes from outside – a monster in the woods, a psycho escaped from an asylum, a ghost from the other side. But what if the menace was closer to home? What if it was infecting the people around you? What if your friends and family where unknowingly, unwittingly being […]
It was one of those films that I had meant to watch for ages. Whenever I saw it on TV, I would catch about 10 minutes, then something would happen to prevent me from seeing the rest. Was it cursed? Maybe. But when the Blu Ray directors cut of Cabin Fever arrived at Love Horror […]