Top 10 Animal Attack Horror Films

The animal kingdom has played a frightening role in horror cinema over the years. We count down the best...

Lawrence Gough’s Spirited Debut “Salvage” Boasts Style & Substance

Salvage is a spirited directorial debut that gains from satisfying plot twists and the tough-girl performance of its star Neve McIntosh...

Review: Leigh Whannell’s “Insidious: Chapter 3” Is Hollywood’s Scariest Horror Film In Years

Leigh Whannell, the co-creator of Saw and Insidious, needs to make more horror movies because he's bloody good at it...

Urban Decay Frames The Supernatural Drama In British Horror “The Forgotten”

The Forgotten might share a few notes with The Shining but distinguishes itself thanks to the urban decay that frames this supernatural horror...

Documentary Realism Sucks You Into The Horrors of “JeruZalem”

Writer-director team the Paz Brothers masqueraded as a documentary film crew to film their horror fiction in Israel's holy city...

“The Green Inferno” Provides Sufficient Bite

Mark Fraser ponders a recent piece of splatter horror by a director whose movies he usually tries to avoid...
Posted On 10 Apr 2016

Canada’s Contribution To The Slasher Genre

Neal Damiano takes a look at Canada's contribution to the slasher sub-genre, highlighting some of the great horror movies during slasher film's heyday...

Interview: Writer-Director Branden Kramer Talks About Making “Ratter”, Working With Ashley Benson & Found Footage Horror

Dan Stephens sits down with the writer-director Branden Kramer to discuss his found footage-style thriller Ratter...