Review: “Us” Is A Nightmare With A Message

Peele, a genre fanatic, who finds the worst demons not in his imagination but in our reality...
Posted On 24 Mar 2019
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Review: “Homicidal” Cashes In On The Kill

Mark Fraser looks at an early 1960s Hollywood movie which blatantly attempted to outdo the logistics of its formidable predecessor...
Posted On 22 Mar 2019

Top 10 Splatter Films

Zoe Rose Smith gets out her sharp instruments to slash, chop and cut her way through splatter cinema...

Review: “Berserk!” Devoid Of Proper Delirium

Mark Fraser examines some of the reasons why Berserk doesn't work...
Posted On 11 Mar 2019

Review: “Strait-Jacket” Unshackles Its Fading Star

Mark Fraser revisits a work that, for all intents and purposes, achieved what it initially set out to do...
Posted On 17 Feb 2019

Review: “Mr Sardonicus” Needs More Lockjaw

Mark Fraser explains why Mr Sardonicus could have been so much better...
Posted On 15 Feb 2019

Top 10 Art Horror Films

Zoe Rose Smith takes a look at a collection of genre greats that have become pieces of art themselves...

Review: “The Tingler” Grabs The Funny Bone

During the late 1950s a Hollywood director who specialised predominantly in spooky movies came up with an audience-participation gimmick that to this day remains a true oddity. Mark Fraser finds himself totally amused by it all. Joe Dante’s succinct description of the plot for...
Posted On 25 Jan 2019