– By VS
Takakura is a former detective. He receives a request from his ex-colleague, Nogami, to examine a missing family case that occurred 6 years earlier. Takakura follows Saki’s memory. She is the only surviving family member from the… Continue reading
– By MovieCritic NextDoor
A few years ago, a filmmaker had a modest success with a documentary called Tilt, about the history of pinball and pinball championships. Now this filmmaker, Joseph Burns (Joseph Cross), is suffering from a sophomore… Continue reading
– By Stephen Harper
In 2014 filmmakers Aaron Moorhead & Justin Benson gave the world one of the most gorgeous movies of recent times in SPRING. It was a beautiful, surreal love story that weaved a romantic tale with Lovecraftian… Continue reading
– By Antony Thomas
I’m going to avoid a sententious rant interspersed with homilies about how horror has disappeared up its own euphemistic arsehole in a CGI-bathed feast of self-devouring tat, and proclaim that this short movie is good. Spanish… Continue reading
– By VS
One day, after returning from work late in the evening, Hideo (Yo Oizumi) witnesses a traffic accident in which a car is crashed, killing the victim instantly. However, despite severe injuries including a broken neck, the victim’s… Continue reading
Tokophobia – the irrational fear of pregnancy and childbirth – has been inspiring horror writers and filmmakers for decades. From Rosemary’s Baby to the chest-bursting scene in Alien, the fear of something (some thing) growing inside us holds a… Continue reading
The brilliant HorrorConUK (Part 3!) will once again be held at Magna Science Adventure Centre Nr Sheffield, May 13th & 14th. The leviathan venue is an old, atmospheric steel works that is rumoured to be haunted by the steelworkers who… Continue reading
– By Allan Lear
The film industry is infamous for labelling its products in a way that misrepresents them completely to the potential audience. I’ve spoken before about trailers that are edited to give a false impression of the movie… Continue reading
The Triple Six Horror Film Festival 2017 announces its full line-up for May 27th and 28th at AMC Manchester.
Triple Six is a new international film festival that aims to celebrate everything that is great in new independent horror filmmaking. Showing 9 features and 12 shorts over two days at the AMC cinema complex in Manchester, Triple Six has films from around the world while also having a British backbone throughout.
Full Weekend tickets are on sale from TODAY (April 3rd) and are strictly limited. On sale for just four weeks they allow the holder to see all 9 films, 12 shorts and the live Q&A and are priced at just £30 each and are available HERE.Read on...