Just when you thought that you were safe from the endless sequels with the respectible [Rec] franchise, along comes the news that a third and fourth installment are on their way.
Although the movie term mockumentry is usually associated with comedies like This is Spinal Tap and Borat there is a growing trend in horror towards making movies which appear and claim to be real regardless of their subject matter.
In 2006 the U.K film The Zombie Diaries was released on the world, premiering at London FrightFest Film Festival but sadly not really creating much of an impact.
Spanish horror scored another point on Friday with Guillermo Del Toro’s Julia’s Eye’s receiving a good reception at cinema’s across the country.
The first of our reviews of the fine films in the Fantastic Factory Presents box set is a howling historical horror from the director of [REC] and [REC] 2 based on a real life case of lycanthropy recorded in 1851. Set in a small Spanish village plagued by savage wolf attacks the locals live in […]
Realeased today from Arrow Video comes an essential collection of four of the biggest hit features from the Fantastic Factory in one massive box set packed with extras. Expect full reviews of each movie coming soon on the site but in the meantime here is what to expect from this excellent horror package.