Top 5 Scary Kid’s Cartoons From This Millennium

I love cartoons. I love horror. So what could be better than some scary cartoons? How about some scary cartoons that are supposedly aimed at children! In this last instalment of my 3-part look at scary cartoons for kids, I … Continue reading

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Banned In the UK: Island of Lost Souls

Based off H.G Wells’ 1896 novel, The Island of Dr Moreau, this film has no prestige attached to it, but it was as fantastically perverse as it could get for the time. Like the other 1932 banned film, Freaks, Erie C … Continue reading

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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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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 the cinema or your own couch are now happening all … 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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