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Raising Cain (1992) Review

Being a massive Brian De Palma fan I am always excited when Arrow announce another of his fantastic features coming to Blu-ray and Raising Cain is no exception. Written and directed by De Palma the movie emerged in 1992 after his immensely successful gangster epic The Untouchables in 1987, Vietnam set Casualties of War in […]Read More

Horror Channel celebrates British horror classics with a Brit-cult season

November on Horror Channel sees network premieres for a memorable collection of strange cult oddities and forgotten British horror classics, kicking off with the network premiere of Nicolas Roeg’s THE MAN WHO FELL TO EARTH, starring David Bowie. Joining Bowie in the realm of the weird and wonderful is Roy Boulting’s psychological ground-breaker TWISTED NERVE, […]Read More

Berberian Sound Studio (2012) Review

From its sinister start to its chaotic climax Berberian Sound Studio drags you into its claustrophobic and dread filled world and doesn’t let go till the titles roll, making it one of the most powerful and evocative movies of the year.Read More

A Night in the Woods (2011) Review

Shown at this years FrightFest as a filler for Guinea Pigs which disappeared off the schedule at the last minute A Night in the Woods was by far one of the worst films I saw at the otherwise brilliant horror film festival.Read More

New York Ripper (1982) Review

Banned in many countries and released in others heavily edited as an ‘adults only’ movie, in 1984 New York Ripper was so shocking that the then Secretary of the British Board of Classification, James Ferman, ordered all the prints of the film to be escorted to the airport by the police and sent out of […]Read More