Review: “Maniac” Reboot Way More Rabid Than Original

Mark Fraser explores a vile and profane work where unbridled savagery is key...
Posted On 03 May 2019

“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...

“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...

“The Burning” Stands Up Strongly Next To Other 1980s Slasher Movies

Tony Maylem's "video nasty" The Burning was banned in the UK when first released but has since become a cult hit and one of the best examples of the slasher film from the 1980s.

“The Texas Chainsaw Massacre” Remains An Assault On The Nerves

40 years on from Tobe Hooper's horrific masterpiece The Texas Chainsaw Massacre it appears time has had little impact on this film's ability to bully the senses...
Posted On 18 Dec 2014

Interview: The New “Final Girl” – Dana Melanie on Acting, Ambition & Running Around Barefoot in the Woods

Rising star Dana Melanie talks to Top 10 Films about new horror film Treehouse, the excitement of taking on her first lead role, and her ambitions for the future...

Review: Black Christmas

Bob Clark's brilliant Christmas slasher movie provides an alternative to the usual yuletide pleasure.

Review: April Fool’s Day

April Fool’s Day plays like a toned-down Friday The 13th, gaining its chauvinistic attributes from PG-13-styled sexual innuendo (you know the type where giddy high school girls read "what kind of orgasm does your man give you" from teen market magazines) whilst sticking itself...
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