It feels as though the so called ‘torture-porn’ movement has been on the wane since Eli Roth’s Hostel and James Wan’s Saw first arrived on the scene fifteen years ago,… Read More »Film Review: The Dare
Like I said in my last article, ‘My Childhood Gateway to Horror‘: the 1990’s, in the way of life, the universe, and everything, was something. The number 42, if you’ll… Read More »Cemetery Man: An Underrated Gem
Strike while the iron is hot is an adage that can be applied liberally to Rob Savage’s brilliantly creepy British film, Host. Filmed entirely in lockdown over several months and… Read More »Film Review: Host
We’re currently experiencing one of the scariest periods in human history. All those films you’ve previously devoured that explored themes of plague, panic, and the apocalypse from the comfort of… Read More »FILM REVIEW: RELIC
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… Read More »Film Review: Death Of A Vlogger
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