Tags : We Are The Flesh

Malatesta’s Carnival of Blood (1973) Review

Most definitely a cinematic oddity Malatesta’s Carnival of Blood is not just the only film made by Christopher Speeth and Werner Liepolt who served as director and writer sequentially but it was also thought lost for many decades after its release in 1973 where it would have only been seen a few times mainly on […]Read More


HALFWORLDS (Dir. Joko Anwar) Exclusively on SHUDDER UK from 6th April HBO Asia’s wildly imaginative and visually stunning fantasy thriller comes to SHUDDER, the first time an Indonesian created and English speaking TV series will be available to watch in the UK. Blending the magic and horror of the films of Guillermo Del Toro, with […]Read More

We Are the Flesh [Tenemos la carne] (2016) Review

Tearing up genre festivals across the globe Mexican psychotropic erotic horror We Are the Flesh has been outraging audiences and gaining rave reviews since last year. With its imminent arrival into our homes I thought it was time I took a look to see if it was as amazing and shocking as people had been […]Read More

Bring We Are The Flesh to a screen near you!

ON FRIDAY 18th NOVEMBER, Arrow Films releases the visionary and bizarre slice of Mexican arthouse cinema, WE ARE THE FLESH, showing at select cinemas, and also in conjunction with ourscreen, the innovative new digital-social platform which allows filmgoers to set up their own screenings at their local cinema.Read More