I sometimes sit in my doctor’s surgery waiting for them to say “You’re Next” but it never seems to happen. It’s funny then that a film has come out with a title that I so often wish to hear.
Since the likes of Rosemary’s Baby (1968) and The Wicker Man (1973), the subject of cults within horror movies has continued to be a gripping and fascinating study.
Grimm’s double bills take it up a notch with a Ti West pairing to knock your socks off with The House of the Devil and The Innkeepers, screening before June 25th release, taking place on the 24th May at The Dancehouse.
With the Horror Channel broadcasting his much acclaimed supernatural shocker The House of the Devil on Friday February 17th at 22:55 director Ti West the man behind The Inkeepers and The Roost reveals his love for his UK fans, lying to Larry Fessenden and when lightening nearly struck.
Buildings have memories. Houses, churches, hospitals, and hotels all hold echo’s of the past, reflections of events that have taken place between the four walls and when the walls talk often they tell tales of sadness, betrayal and fear.