Cathedrals will fall, the river will run red... and THE BIRD will be SLAUGHTERED!


REVIEW: The Restaurant

– By MovieCritic NextDoor

When you’re chasing your dream, you have to be ready to make sacrifices. Andy (Mark Turner) dreams of turning his neighborhood Italian restaurant, Scoppa, into the best one in New York — which is a tall… Continue reading

REVIEW: Bonehill Road

– By Steven Hickey

It’s a real shame that, unlike vampire films, so few werewolf movies have lived up to the storytelling potential the legend offers filmmakers. The latest effort to try to stand out from a mostly lackluster crowd… Continue reading

REVIEW: Hold ‘Em

Poker-themed horror movies don’t exactly set the world alight. Despite this, a casino does make a tense setting for a film noir update like the 1999 Mike Hodges effort Croupier, and poker games do have a certain charm when… Continue reading

REVIEW: By Night: Origins

– By LastBoneStands

The anthology series has long been a popular method of story-telling. Most well-known being the Twilight Zone television series or the fantastic films Creepshow and Tales From the Darkside. This method of story-telling has seen a resurgence… Continue reading

REVIEW: Antihuman

– By Dave Dubrow

Most movie reviewers understand that there’s considerable effort involved in moviemaking, from screenwriting to funding to shooting to editing to distributing and so on. For my part, I want independent cinema to not just survive, but… Continue reading

Slaughtered Bird Films’ BURN receives its first reviews!
Burn Slaughtered Bird Films and Dragon Egg Media’s debut film collaboration, Burn, has received its first couple of online reviews, after a preview screening at the Triple Six Horror Festival in Manchester, May 27th. Read on...
INTERVIEW: David Naughton
untitled It’s not every day you get to speak to the lead actor in possibly your favourite horror film of all time. Especially on a Tuesday. Tuesdays are usually rubbish! David Naughton should need no introduction to horror fans. Back in 1981, An American Werewolf In London had unprepared cinema goers laughing heartily one second and jumping out of their seats in terror the next. Its tale of two young American tourists coming face-to-teeth with a legendary lycanthropic beast perfectly married a genuinely funny script with razor sharp editing, groundbreaking special effects and a flawless cast to create a monster movie that is still many people’s benchmark today Read on...
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