– By Dave Dubrow
The independent film The Horror has good things going for it: stark, frozen landscapes; a story that achingly plays itself out through reminiscences in a therapist’s office; a brother-sister relationship that’s almost-but-not-quite creepy. Unfortunately, these elements… Continue reading
– By Chris Barnes
Whichever way you slice it, some of the most popular Christmas films are sinister affairs. Be honest, the festive period is awash with creepy innuendo – you know the typical ones, like “Sit here, little boy”,… Continue reading
– By Chris Barnes
Jonathan is a lonely, (some might say) odd man. Other than working as part of a maintenance duo with a bullshitter at a local amusement park, his occasional interaction with the outside world is with a… Continue reading
Review by- Allan Lear
It’s a common complaint that there’s nothing original going on at the movies these days. While the majority of blockbuster films are raiding the intellectual copyright of the comics industry, the horror genre in particular is… Continue reading
For us guys, probably the worst pain we can ever imagine is to do with our Crown Jewels. We act like we’re tough as nuts, but believe me as a tattooist the worst clients ever are the big, steroid, muscle-bound… Continue reading
– By Bryan Stumpf
Raise a glass for Chateau Sauvignon: Terroir, a wine-soaked horror film currently sluicing through the film festival circuit and winning a slew of accolades.
Combining two of my favorite things, horror movies and red wine, Chateau… Continue reading
Review by- BoomstiK
“You could review films easily” I was assured.
“But I’m not all filmy and wordy” I protested?
“Just be yourself and be honest about what you think” I was told.
How hard could it be? I thought.… Continue reading
– By @LisleHenderson
Reviewing a 24 minute horror film that has been filmed on an iphone 6 is an interesting task!
It brought back memories of when myself and my best mate made a horror on an ancient video camera,… Continue reading