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


REVIEW: Placebo

– By MovieCritic NextDoor

Reviewing a two-minute movie is bound to be tricky, but let’s see what I can manage. A young woman (Aileigh Karson) has gone to a plastic surgeon for a consultation. This isn’t because she’s not attractive… Continue reading

REVIEW: Witch Hunt

– By MovieCritic NextDoor

At this very moment, a town somewhere is overrun with witches and is in desperate need of help. Or possibly they don’t need help at all, since in Witch Hunt the witches that have overrun the… Continue reading

REVIEW: Dogged

– By Kriss Pickering

It’s often said that the internet is the greatest invention ever thought up. I mean, try and think of the times before it was engaged in every aspect of our modern life. Hard isn’t it? How… Continue reading

REVIEW: Revelator

– By Dave Cliffe

John Dunning is a troubled psychic who has the ability to see dead people. He uses this forsaken gift as a job, where he helps clients find out the what, where and why of the recently… Continue reading

REVIEW: Cold Moon

– By MovieCritic NextDoor

There often isn’t a lot of breathing room between the haves and the have-nots, especially in small southern towns. In Cold Moon, for instance, everyone knows everyone in the fictional town of Babylon, Florida, where… Continue reading

REVIEW: Besetment

– By Dave Dubrow

The title of the indie horror flick BESETMENT brings to mind French existentialist films from the 1960’s: long, dreary, bloodless affairs that only people who are paid to like them can say anything nice about. Indeed,… 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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