Tag Archives: Bruna Foletto Lucas

Women In Horror: Refusing to refuse to look

We hope you’ve enjoyed our short run of articles celebrating some of our writer’s favourite Women In Horror. The last article in this series is a little different, and is dedicated to ‘women in horror’ everywhere, who continue to fight ludicrous, … Continue reading

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Celebrating Women In Horror: Katharine Isabelle

As some of you are no doubt aware, February is Women In Horror Month! In order to help celebrate, we’re going to be publishing a series of articles this week from our kick-ass team of writers, focusing on some of … Continue reading

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Rosemary’s Baby turns 50!

This year, a number of undisputed horror classics will celebrate a milestone birthday, including George Romero’s iconic Night of the Living Dead, Ingmar Bergman’s The Hour of the Wolf, and Roman Polanski’s first Hollywood film Rosemary’s Baby. These films, alongside … Continue reading

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Our Top 5 Netflix Horror Films For Halloween

Despite the onslaught of Christmas decorations trying to muscle in and steal the limelight from the fake blood and spider webs, it’s official – Halloween is here. And if you’re having second thoughts on whether you really want to dress … Continue reading

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Our 5 ‘Must See’ Picks At The London Horror Festival

The UK’s largest festival of horror is back! Running from October 15th to November 4th, The London Horror Festival will be scaring and entertaining audiences at the Old Red Lion Theatre. This year’s festival is sponsored by Hobgoblin and Jessica … Continue reading

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