This is the movie that changed everything.
Whenever Halloween approaches as a horror fan you start to reminisce about all the classics, such as: ‘The Evil Dead’, ‘Halloween’, ‘The Exorcist’, ‘The Texas Chainsaw Massacre’ and so on, all tremendous movies… Continue reading
– By @TheBlueTook
WARNING This review contains nothing ground-breaking for any of you at all!
I can categorically guarantee everything that is scrawled below about this 1981 masterclass has been done to demonic death and beyond, folks. If… Continue reading
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Marvel comics this ain’t.
Samaria’s, Prostitutes, flesh eating pigs and a Muscle-bound, Razor Wielding, Psycho-Anti-Hero in a leather mask. This is my type of comic!
Not to be bias in any way, I knew I was going to like ‘Razor… Continue reading
By Bryan Stumpf
Get Out Alive is the feature film debut of Northern NY State-based writer-director Clay DuMaw. The independent horror film has been available to rent or buy on Amazon.com since 2013, but I just acquired a rare DVD… Continue reading
I like Alexandre Aja. He first came to my attention with High Tension/Switchblade Romance in 2003, an excellent, intense, gory horror that split viewers down the middle because of its fucked-up climax. The Hills Have Eyes remake in 2006 ALSO… Continue reading
Jordan returns to familiar territory.
Being a huge fan of Neil Jordan I was extremely excited to see ‘Byzantium’ as he was returning to the vampire genre that fitted him so well back in 1994 with ‘Interview with the Vampire’.… Continue reading
“It takes a man to make a devil”, said American Congregationalist, Henry Ward Beecher. Which I think is quite fitting for Daniel Radcliffe’s venture into post-Potter territory, in that he is finally showing his true range of abilities as a… Continue reading
For their HONEYMOON, newly-wed couple Paul and Bea travel to a remote, rural cabin. Following an awkward encounter with an old acquaintance, Bea goes for a night time wander, and from here it becomes apparent that something isn’t quite… Continue reading
Review by- The Dark Horse
Sometimes reading middling-to-sub-par reviews of hotly-anticipated films can put you off watching films, or if you do take the plunge, they can have a real damaging effect on your viewing experience. However, going in with… Continue reading