An agoraphobic, who is afraid to leave her house, discovers that there is something far more terrifying trapped inside with her.
Wow, what an opening scene to start ‘Agoraphobia’ off with. It is jaw dropping and shocking and it immediately… Continue reading
Patrick Ricketts reviews ‘Phobia’.
Jonathan MacKinlay is a man trapped inside his home by his own mind. Suffering from agoraphobia, caused by a car accident that took his wife’s life; his existence has been reduced to a monotonous repetition of… Continue reading
A bonkers, British Zombie film with a difference.
Picture the scene, a deadly outbreak infects humans and turns them into flesh eating zombies, Sounds very familiar doesn’t it?
There have been a thousand zombie movies made previously and in this… Continue reading
– By @TheBlueTook
Off-the-rails Kylie (Morgana O’Reilly) is not opposed to taking a sledgehammer to a cash machine to fund her wild lifestyle. Unfortunately, a spot of ‘late night withdrawing’ comically backfires and Kylie is tagged, put under house arrest… Continue reading
– By @TheBlueTook
The gruesome tapestry of psychological manifestations of a nineteen year old bulimic runaway stripper-turned prostitute, as she descends into a hellish pit of satanic nightmares and hallucinations – IMDB
Well, THIS is 71 minutes I’ll never get… Continue reading
It’s Creepier Than a Cemetery on Foggy Night.
‘The Midnite Spook Show’ was a favourite in theatres across America during the 1940’s and 50’s.
A combination of campy horror, magic and comedy it has now become almost a piece of… Continue reading
– By Tashya Campbell
It is safe to say that this is cinematic artistry at its very best. This horror, although silent, screams of an unhinged nightmare full off vivid expressionistic imagery. From the beginning the film’s soundtrack alerts the… Continue reading
– By Patrick Ricketts
What if the rumors and urban legends are real… that aliens walk among us, abducting people for unthinkable experiments? Sisters Abby and Rebecca are about to discover the horrifying truth when they find a harmless looking… Continue reading
Dark, Poetic and a Visual Masterpiece.
‘The Crow’ is a movie that is very much dear to my heart. Released in 1994 on the back of some very serious hype (for all the wrong reasons) involving the death of star… Continue reading
The Dark Horse reviews ‘The Nightcrawler’.
Often I feel that I am a creature of the night. No, I am not a vampire, or work the graveyard shift at the local establishment, I have already gone through those phases, but… Continue reading