horror

Interview: THE DEVIL’S ROCK Director Paul Campion

Paul Campion’s The Devil’s Rock is an atmospheric horror film, which I had originally described as a ‘genre throwback’ in my review (read it here). The Channel Island set chiller follows two Kiwi commandos who attempt to foil a Nazi plot to [...]

April 11, 2012

Review: Schlock Horror Movie BLACKWATER VALLEY EXORCISM

Whenever I sit down to watch a film that has the word exorcism, (or any variation of the word) I automatically think that it is going to be a straight rip-off of William Friedkin’s 1970’s classic, The Exorcist. To give Blackwater Valley Exorcism [...]

April 8, 2012

DVD Review: Classic Horror THE POSSESSION Of JOEL DELANEY

This 1972 chiller directed by Waris Hussein is a supernatural tale that appears to be in the same mould as The Exorcist; however it was released over a year before William Friedkin’s classic. The Possession of Joel Delaney stars Shirley Maclaine [...]

April 7, 2012

DVD Review: STAKE LAND Is A Bite Above Most Vampire Movies

We live in a time where the vampire genre has been adopted by mainstream moviegoers and glamorized to within an inch of its (un)dead life (yeah – I’m not sure that makes sense either – but stay with me). The Twilight movies have taken vampires [...]

March 25, 2012

DVD Review: Norwegian Monster Movie TROLL HUNTER

“Found Footage” movies have become ten a penny since The Blair Witch Project hit it big at the box office in 1999. However, since then the horror sub-genre has hit upon hard times, with films like Apollo 18 and The Devil Inside showing [...]

March 18, 2012

Interview: Director Douglas Schulze Talks DARK FIELDS

Horror director Douglas Schulze’s Dark Fields (read my review) will air on US cable channel Showtime on April 28th. The film is a highly original tale about the town of Perseverance whose inhabitants are cursed. They must sacrifice their children [...]

March 17, 2012

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