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Society Shockers: Malady

‘Society Shockers’ is a brand new series of reviews focusing purely on the films created by you, the London Horror Society community. We hope this will help create better awareness of the fantastic projects being made by indie filmmakers everywhere, … Continue reading

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Film Review: Hereditary

*** Warning!  This review of Hereditary contains some minor spoilers! *** Someone once told me that I should take films more literally, and not try to find meaning in every scene. But for me, that would mean taking the whole … Continue reading

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Film Review: Deep Blue Sea 2

Ok, before I begin, you should know… I enjoyed watching the first Deep Blue Sea. It had some corny one-liners, plenty of blood, and a decent story. Well… decent enough. For those that haven’t seen it, the story is set … Continue reading

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Film Review: Veronica (2017)

Although it is not a Netflix production, Veronica is one of the newest films added to the streaming platform and it has everyone talking about it. Some are labelling the film as “the scariest film ever” – personally, I wouldn’t … 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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