The film that makes zombies sound dull – this bromance horror won’t dissapoint.
Who’s the baddest Witch in town? – a definitive reason why Jessica Lange is the coolest woman in horror.
This splatter cult flick is a must see if you enjoy out of the box horror and imaginative deaths.
Directors Colin Minihan and Stuart Ortiz have crafted a chilling and macabre ghost film here with some rewarding scares.
In appreciation of Women in Horror Month, I’ve put together a list of some badass women in horror, a combination of monsters, survivors and psychopaths, these women are all amazing in their own ways.
This is easily one of the weirdest films I’ve ever seen. This film will thoroughly entertain you through its bizarre direction and farce acting.
The Lesson offers an intellectual horror based on what many teachers must feel; a complete frustration at their uninterested and mediocre students.
This film is incredible. Director Andy Palmer has created a truly unique horror film with Funhouse Massacre.
Strictly following a long list of conventions and clichés, The Bye Bye Man does little else than leave you empty pocketed and disappointed.
Dealing with West-meets-East ideals, this film follows the typical format of a paranormal film with the added twist of Indian rituals and a karmic system.
A typical B list horror movie, I wasn’t expecting much from Damien Leone’s ‘All Hallows’ Eve’ but I was pleasantly surprised by the stylistic direction and one of the most terrifying clowns I have ever seen. Seriously, if you’re afraid of clowns, don’t watch this. I’m not normally afraid of them, but I am now.
Green Room is a fresh new take on horror that surprised me with its simplicity and adrenaline fuelled plot.