horror

Uncovering Curiosities: Fred Dekker’s NIGHT OF THE CREEPS

Fred Dekker’s 1986 directorial debut, Night Of The Creeps is a gloriously bonkers horror-comedy which blends 1950s B-movie/sci-fi with 1980s frat-boy comedy. You’d think the whole thing would buckle under the silliness of it all, but Dekker [...]

September 5, 2021

Uncovering Curiosities: Freddie Francis’ THE SKULL

They don’t make movies like The Skull anymore. Peter Cushing and Christopher Lee top-line this 1965 British horror that sees Cushing’s occult collector acquire the skull of the Marquis de Sade – but the evil relic soon takes on a life of [...]

September 3, 2021

Uncovering Curiosities: Benjamin Barfoot’s DOUBLE DATE

Director Benjamin Barfoot’s 2017 film, Double Date, a hugely satisfying comedic thrill-ride. Danny Morgan and Michael Socha share great chemistry as two friends eager to get laid – but they get more than they bargained for from two murderous [...]

September 2, 2021

Notebook Reviews: I KNOW WHAT YOU DID LAST SUMMER

Jim Gillespie – 1997. I Know What You Did Last Summer is an enjoyable entry into the slasher movie stable. It’s no Halloween, but this has the requisite thrills and spills to entertain for an hour and a half. An update of the type of [...]

August 28, 2021

AN AMERICAN WEREWOLF IN LONDON

1981’s An American Werewolf In London is as darkly funny as it is terrifying. Director John Landis hit a career high with An American Werewolf In London – a film which he wrote and directed. It’s one of the greatest horror [...]

August 21, 2021

Uncovering Curiosities: Joe Begos’ BLISS

  Bliss is a wonderfully crazy gonzo 2019 horror film from cult director Joe Begos. It’s a gritty piece of punk rock cinema, a hallucinogenic vampire film which isn’t afraid to go to weird places (very weird places). It’s dark, nasty and it [...]

August 20, 2021

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