Nicholas Marc Padley’s Short Horror Film “Gene” Suggests Big Things For This Emerging British Talent

A talented UK production company, led by director Nicholas Marc Padley, is turning heads on the festival circuit with short horror film Gene...

“Dark Water” Gets A Shot Of Adrenaline Thanks To Its Stylish Scares

Dark Water is a stylish thriller that boasts some adrenaline-inducing scares that get under the skin...

Despite Being Enlivened By Grace Jones, “Vamp” Is A Hollow, Tiresome Mess

Arrow Video releases this sparkling new Blu-ray of cult vampire film Vamp with typical attention to detail and entertaining, informative extra features...

From Triumphs To Flops: Hollywood’s Biggest Winners & Losers

Hollywood is a commercial machine. It churns out movies every year for a single purpose: to make lots of money. That’s not to say there isn’t plenty of value in the films we choose to see...

New UK Government Policy Will End Classic Horror Movie Cliché

Horror writers, novelists and filmmakers beware: the UK government has just thrown a spanner in your dramatic twist...

“Friend Request” Grasps At A Modern Niche But Already Feels Trite

Friend Request feels like it’s grasping at a modern niche and dressing it in used clothing...

Taut & Terrifying, “Green Room” Doesn’t Hold Back

Jeremy Saulnier's third film finds a punk-metal band fighting for their lives after a gig turns sour. It's a taut, terrifying thrill-ride...

“Matinee” Is More Minor Key Throwback Than Showpiece Spectacle

It's October, 1962. John Goodman's William Castle-type movie producer arrives in a small Floridian town with his latest schlock horror Mant...