A night out. A murder. Pimped.
Martyrs director Pascal Laugier makes his much anticipated return to the home invasion sub-genre..
Ryan Holloway makes it all the way to Climax and rounds up the last day of Frightfest 2018.
From Frightfest 2018, Ryan runs down the action from Day Four
50% John Carpenter cool, 30% Hannibal cool, 20% The Raid cool, Black Site's genre-blurring formula is one for '80s lovers.
A new take on an old story...
About a flesh-eating undead ghoul and her relationship with a young blind boy, The Dark is one of the most humane and heart-rending horrors of the year.
Everyone loves a creepy old lady.
Christmas with the family can be murder.
Hey, you remember Monster Squad?
With an unsettling atmosphere, plenty of blood, and great performances, What Keeps You Alive gives fans of indie horror something to celebrate.
A con artist poses as a babysitter to steal from a wealthy occult enthusiast. Silly girl.
Hey, y'all got any more of those Zombie VHS tapes?
From Frightfest 2018, Joanna K. Neilson reviews Terrified (aka Aterrados)
Ghost Mask: Scar proves beauty runs more than skin deep.
He's out there. Don't let him in.
A convoluted plotline but a visually arresting film, Ren reviews Luciferina.
Future UK sucks.
That title. And it's not entirely what you'd expect.
The Night Eats the World asks: What would someone really do to survive in the event of a Zombie apocalypse?
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