All posts tagged horror

Exclusive Review: Crispian Mills ‘Slaughterhouse Rulez’ – No, no it doesn’t

“What better place to learn bullying than at an English Public School.” Slaughterhouse Rulez tells the story of Don Wallace whose mother ships him off to an English Public School […]

Exclusive Review: Halloween provides both tricks and treats

2018 marks the 40th anniversary of John Carpenter’s seminal horror film: Halloween (1978). The original Halloween film was so important in either inventing or cementing many of the slasher tropes […]

5 Horror Films to Get You In The Spirit of Halloween

Being a self-professed horror fanatic, i’ve seen many scary movies in my time. Based on my love for the genre and wish to scare you all, i’ve compiled a list […]

Exclusive Review of ‘A Simple Favour’ & ‘The House with a Clock in Its Walls’.

“Both directors are stepping out of their boxes.” In this article, I will be changing it up and look at two films in one article. Both films may seem different […]

All Grown Up: Rosemary’s Baby celebrates it’s 50th birthday

In the last 5 years popular culture has seen a small resurgence of slow-burning psychological horror films with entries like It Follows, Hereditary, Mother, The Babadook, and The Witch. In light of these recent hits, […]

The First Purge, a step backwards for the franchise

Let’s be honest, did anybody see The Purge (2013) and expect sequels? They are built upon a ridiculous premise and the series started with, what is essentially, a poorly done […]

Hereditary: another horror hit from A24

A24 has had a lot of success releasing smart, interesting genre films that differ from the usual offerings of other, bigger studios. They have done particularly well in the horror/thriller […]

Why the Suspiria remake may flop, and why it doesn’t matter

The first teaser trailer for Luca Guadagnino’s Suspiria remake was released last week, and the response has been largely positive. Remakes, especially horror remakes, often fail critically and commercially and […]

Truth or Dare Review – Blumhouse’s Latest Horror Film is Not So Much Daring, As It Is a Game of “Guess the Cliché”

Having championed and spearheaded creative horror films such as Get Out and Lights Out, Blumhouse Productions has gained a welcome reputation for distributing a successful stream of reasonably budgeted horror […]