horror

Review: RELIC Is A Horror Film With Serious Emotional Heft

On the surface, Natalie Erika James’ Relic is a horror film – and for all intents and purposes it is. But there’s much more to unpack in this richly layered piece of genre cinema. Horror films always work best when they’re using the [...]

July 5, 2020

Trailer For Shudder’s Cosmic Horror THE BEACH HOUSE

Here’s the trailer for The Beach House, Shudder‘s forthcoming horror film, which drops on 9 July 2020.  Written and directed by Jeffrey A. Brown, the pic is described as ‘a striking and timely eco-horror that offers up [...]

June 28, 2020

Review: AFTER MIDNIGHT Is A Low Budget Horror Delight

After Midnight is another wonderful example of a small movie achieving great things. This quirky romantic comedy/horror from directors Jeremy Gardner and Christian Stella delivers on almost every level. Not only did the pair direct After Midnight, [...]

June 22, 2020

Throwback Short Film: STRANGERS IN THE NIGHT

Conor McMahon’s Strangers In The Night is brilliant. This Irish short film is loaded with great comedy, as well as some tremendous special effects. This 12 minute long effort is about a Banshee looking for love in rural Ireland. It’s as [...]

June 14, 2020

Remembering THE BLAIR WITCH PROJECT & How It Changed Cinema

Horror cinema was taken to a whole new sphere in 1999 when The Blair Witch Project came out of nowhere and singlehandedly ushered in the ‘found footage’ sub-genre. Blair Witch is a film which helped to change film marketing forever. It showed [...]

June 11, 2020

Remembering Universal Pictures’ Ill-Fated DARK UNIVERSE

2017 was a much simpler time. It was a time when Universal Pictures decided to follow the Marvel route and attempted to create a shared universe for the classic Universal Monsters. The studio scored an A-list cast: Johnny Depp as the Invisible [...]

June 7, 2020

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