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Indie Horror Revisited: House Of Whipcord

Directed by Pete Walker and written by David McGillivray, House of Whipcord is a British exploitation film that, perhaps unlike its American contemporaries, lavishes… well, sex and violence. Released in 1974, House of Whipcord focuses on Anne-Marie, a French model … Continue reading

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Director Interview: Graham Hughes

Following on from his review of the brilliant UK indie horror hit Death Of A Vlogger, Hugh had the chance to catch up with the film’s director, Graham Hughes. Hi Graham thanks for agreeing to speak to us today. No, … Continue reading

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Film Review: Death Of A Vlogger

It almost feels obligatory to suggest that the found footage horror film has had its day when discussing any new horror feature that uses the format. And indeed, since the found footage explosion that arguably began with The Blair Witch … Continue reading

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Experience Review: Amsterdam Catacombs

Amsterdam Catacombs has been lauded as one of the world’s premiere horror-based escape rooms, with some even describing it as the very best!  Like many similar experiences, they had to drastically change how they operate when Covid 19 hit, and … Continue reading

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So Bad, They’re Good: Dreamcatcher

As I have mentioned before, Stephen King’s film and TV adaptations (unlike the source material) run the gambit of being either excellent, award-worthy productions, or as is quite often the case, complete trash. This film contains four life-long friends, arse … Continue reading

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