There is a place in cinema for all types of vampire films; the gothic Hammer tradition brought so memorably to life by Christopher Lee, the old-world romanticism afforded to the… Read More »Film Review: Blood Red Sky
Josh Ruben’s debut feature film, Scare Me, became something of an instant classic in the horror community. Tapping into a rich vein of horror-comedy in a way that so few directors are… Read More »Film Review: Werewolves Within
With Fear Street: 1994 and 1978 behind us, Fear Street: 1666 feels like the perfect ending for the trilogy. All of the films sustained the same tone and plot, and… Read More »Film Review: Fear Street 1666
The second instalment of the Fear Street trilogy is out and Bruna has some thoughts Leigh Janiak continues at the helm, and she shares the co-writer hat with Zak Olkewicz… Read More »Film Review: Fear Street 1978
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