Category Archives: Review

Short Film Review: Sleep Tight

The eighties are back (again)! It seems that no matter how many films we get which are set in the not-so-distant past, it is apparently not enough! I reckon most horror aficionados love a good film inspired by this era, … Continue reading

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Film Review: The Invisible Man

Leigh Whannell’s latest film, The Invisible Man, a re-imagining of H. G. Wells’ 1897 novel, debuted this weekend in cinemas and spoiler: it’s good! We open with Cecilia Kass, played brilliantly by Elisabeth Moss, who has managed to run away … Continue reading

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LHF Review: Him Indoors

Sam returned to The Pleasance in Islington for his fifth and final review of this year’s London Horror Festival: Cheekyita’s comedy horror Him Indoors. Sold as “The Mighty Boosh meets The Wicker Man” (with demonic eels), the story starts with … Continue reading

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LHF Review: Edred, The Vampyre

Oh, Edred – the vampyre that had sex with Shakespeare but did not bite him; the vampyre that likes garlic and that loves the sunshine. What else is there to say? Edred, the Vampyre played last week as part of … Continue reading

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Film Review: Doctor Sleep

Stanley Kubrick’s The Shining has sat atop horror’s Mount Everest, like the Overlook itself, surveying all that has come after it for almost forty years. A horror icon that is perhaps the most transcendent of the genre; it is a … Continue reading

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