Uninspired Thriller “Shut In” Boasts A Spirited Naomi Watts If Nothing Else

Director Farren Blackburn's muddled, derivative thriller will see you yawning instead of cowering behind the sofa...

The Escalation Of Dread Makes “Bad Frank” Uniquely Unnerving

Bad Frank from writer/director Tony Germinario is currently impressing audiences on the festival circuit...

The Attraction of Horror Cinema: Why I Love Scary Films

Horror films scared the hell out of me as a kid. Some horror films still scare me today. So why do I enjoy watching them so much?

Review: Surveillance

Bill Pullman and Julia Ormond are the FBI agents tracking a pair of violent killers in Jennifer Lynch's brilliantly suspenseful feature film debut. Daniel Stephens reviews this twisty thriller from the daughter of Blue Velvet and The Elephant Man director David Lynch.

Top 10 Films Of Alfred Hitchcock

Alfred Hitchcock is one of the most renowned and influential film directors. His career ushered in two key periods of cinema history - the arrival of sound and the introduction of colour. He perfected his art in both disciplines, reverting back to black and white when he felt the...

Twisted brilliance in Dressed To Kill

Watching the film for the first time you’d be forgiven for questioning whether or not you were viewing a voyeuristic semi-pornographic sex film. The opening scene not only plays with your perception of what is really happening but it throws genre conventions out the window, and...