“Salo” Offers Little Hope – But No Mercy

One truly intriguing aspect of Pier Paolo Pasolini’s 1975 swansong is the fact the movie ends on a slightly optimistic note...
Posted On 24 Mar 2017

“Don’t Knock Twice” Is Prime Contemporary Horror With Classic Roots

Don't Knock Twice's strengths lie in an ability to conjure a genuinely unnerving malevolence courtesy of its terrifying villain...

“Vampires” Might Be Dated But It’s Still Fun

Powerhouse Films' Indicator range debuts John Carpenter's Vampires on Blu-ray in the UK...
Posted On 01 Mar 2017

Brutal British Horror Reveals An Unforgettably “Cruel Summer”

Phillip Escott and Craig Newman deliver their feature film debut in the form of brutal British horror Cruel Summer...

The “Blair Witch” Deserves Better Fodder Than Adam Wingard’s Bait

This production line found footage horror is as forgettable as the bait the director lines up for the titular villain...

“The Driller Killer” Remains An Intense Experience

Arrow Video brings Abel Ferrara's notorious Video Nasty to 4K life with its dual format Blu-ray/DVD release...

“Happy Birthday To Me” Is A Bloody Addition To Canada’s Slasher Film Legacy

Laura Shearer takes a look at this early example of stalk and slash before the genre was overpopulated by self-aware exploitation...

“Christine” Stuck In Low Gear

Despite the fact two bona fide horror marquee names were behind its creation, a supernatural thriller made during the first half of the 1980s somehow failed to fully capitalise on their popularity...
Posted On 14 Jan 2017