There truly is nothing scarier than the psychological damage that a dysfunctional family can cause, and there are countless horror films which brilliantly illustrate various twisted familial dynamics.
From Psycho to Shutter Island the murderous split personality has long-been a staple of dark thrillers and horror cinema. Now director David Raymond’s puts a new twist on the tried and tested multiple personality murderer formula with his darkly stylish crime thriller Night Hunter.
From the twisted mind of the writer of Psycho, Robert Bloch, Asylum is a horror anthology set, as you may have already guessed, in a hospital for the mentally unstable. Opening with the arrival of a new doctor played by Robert Powell, the young physician meets the man in charge Dr Rutherford (Patrick Magee) and […]
DOGWOOF is excited to announce that the bold, stylish and incisive new documentary 78/52– the film which pulls back the curtain on one of cinema’s greatest ever scenes – slashes its way onto DVD on 11th December 2017 and we have an exclusive clip from the extras with Guillermo del Toro discussing some thematic aspects […]