Tag Archives: 70s horror

A Hidden Gem: Don’t be Afraid of the Dark

I was thinking about Guillermo Del Toro the other day. Important things like, ‘I wonder if he prefers a gas barbecue’ or ‘does the Del stand for Del-Boy?’ There were also thoughts such as ‘which film of his can I … Continue reading

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Is There A Hidden Meaning To Piranha?

Joe Dante’s horror/monster movie, Piranha (1978) doesn’t seem an obvious place find a state of the nation text / subtext, but in its jaunty, quick-witted attempt to cash in on the Jaws phenomenon, it does just that. Dante owns up … Continue reading

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Horror Screening with Nomad Cinema

Nomad Cinema - Don't Look Now

If you haven’t already been introduced to the lovely folk at The Nomad Cinema, then take heed.  They’re a roaming pop-up cinema (obviously) that donates 100% of it’s profits to charity.  They have a little taster video to tell you a … Continue reading

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Film Review: The Exorcist (1973)

Director: William Friedkin Starring: Ellen Burstyn, Max von Sydow, Linda Blair and Lee J. Cobb Duration: 122 minutes A title I’m sure we’ve all heard of would of course be 1973’s The Exorcist. Considered the scariest film ever made, in … Continue reading

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5 Of The Best Horror Movie Deaths

Best Horror Movie Deaths: Tenebrae

What better way to welcome in the start of the week than a little reminisce about some of the best horror movie deaths. Recreating them with colleagues is discouraged, no matter how therapeutic the thoughts might be. We’re also pretty … Continue reading

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