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I’ve actually watched this indie horror twice now. The first time, I switched it off after some 20-odd minutes because nothing seemed to be happening – just two sisters talking about their woes (one of them wants closure over the … Continue reading
Film review | Kill List – Domestic drama? Crime thriller? Occult horror? Whatever, you’ll be on edge
Hardcore horror fans will get a big kick from British director Ben Wheatley’s Kill List, but less committed viewers will probably be turned off by the genre-blurring plot and gruesome violence. The film starts off in the realm of soapy … Continue reading
If you like your films dark, twisted and arty then 1981’s Possession might be just the ticket. Set in the former West Berlin, this once controversial arthouse thriller stars Aussie actor Sam Neill as a government agent called Mark and … Continue reading
Now in its 11th year, London’s premier event for horror fans returns to the Empire Cinema in London’s Leicester Square, unleashing 36 terrifying films, starting this Thursday (26 August). Over five frightening days, enter the gates of Hell (the Empire … Continue reading
From newcomer director Ozgur Uyanik comes the UK indie horror Resurrecting The Street Walker. Taking the form of a documentary, it tells the ultimately tragic tale of a wannabe film director’s obsessive desire to break into the film industry. James … Continue reading
Roll on another horror remake… Platinum Dunes, the company behind the reboots of Texas Chainsaw Massacre, Amityville Horror, The Hitcher, and Friday the 13th turn their attentions to another modern horror classic, A Nightmare on Elm Street, which gets its … Continue reading
What is it with screenwriters who want to become film directors? Remember that Jodie Foster thriller Flightplan? Well, the Brit-born writer of that edge-of-your-seat hit has made his directorial debut with the subterranean transit horror Stag Night. Basically, a group … Continue reading
It’s a risky business making a sequel out of a genre-busting, fan-loving horror hit. Case in point is the belated follow-up to Eli Roth‘s flesh-eating gorefest, Cabin Fever. Made five years after the original, shelved for three, and disowned by … Continue reading
This competition has now closed. High-school horror movie Jennifer’s Body takes a wickedly comic look at the darker side of teen friendship. Megan Fox’s self-centred teen queen Jennifer and Amanda Seyfried’s mousy Needy are the bosom buddies whose toxic friendship … Continue reading
If you screamed along with Final Destinaton and enjoyed the wild adventure that was Jumanji, the spooky new horror, Open Graves, is aimed at you. Set on the rugged coast of northern Spain, the film stars Dollhouse’s Eliza Dushku, Cloverfield’s … Continue reading