Frightfest Day Three, with Starry Eyes, All Cheerleaders Die, Life after Beth, The Babadook and I Survived a Zombie Holocaust.
Jurassic Park eat your heart out? Not quite, but the found footage element works a treat.
Nancy A. Collins' punk rock vampire mini-series gets a remastered hardcover this November from IDW Publishing
The twisted comic from Alex de Campi and Dark Horse Comics is set to return in November with four all new stories.
Charlotte checks out the zombie comedy from New Zealand set to screen at this year's FrightFest.
As scary movies go, The Babadook really brings home the terror.
Frightfest Day Two, with Late Phases, Green Inferno, Housebound, The Last Showing and Dead Snow 2
The upcoming graphic novel looks like the Hunger Games for serial killers
Scatalogical comedy horror with good pedigree. Good shit, or a bit of a turd? Read on to find out!
An octopus and a gorilla solve crimes in 1890 London. Sherlock Holmes can suck it.
A brilliantly acted, stylistic psychlogical thriller from Ireland. It stars Steve Oram, so it's funny too.
A woman meets a serial killer online. You won't believe what happens next.
Robert Englund is back as the mild-mannered yet psychopathic projectionist in The Last Showing.
Day one of Film4 Frightfest 2014 with The Guest, Sin City: A Dame to Die For and Zombeavers
'Pop another shrimp on the barbie!' and other Aussie stereotypes - Mick Taylor is back. But is his Wolf Creek 2 any good?
How far will John go to save the life of the woman he loves? Making a deal with the devil is just the beginning.
The Age of Darkness extends to the Inferno as Lucifer and Mercy enter the fray.
Zig pulls back the curtain on this forgotten classic and LOVES what he finds.
Zig wishes he could make a pun with the title, but actually still enjoys this film.
Win one of three copies of Jesse!
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