If you harbour the guilty pleasure of gory cannibal movies where groups of jungle explorers get captured, stripped naked and subjected to all kinds of hideous mutilations and deaths by hordes of uncivilised, flesh-hungry savages, then I am sure you … Read More
Having always been a huge fan of the old 1959 Vincent Price movie, The House On Haunted Hill, I must admit that initially I was a little cynical about how this 1999 remake would compare to the original film, … Read More
The House That Dripped Blood is my second favourite Amicus horror anthology after Tales From The Crypt (1972). And I am so excited to finally own the movie on Blu Ray, courtesy of Scream Factory.
Boasting a wonderful cast of … Read More
A Candle For The Devil could be described as the distaff version of Psycho, only on this occasion it involves two crazy, murderous sisters rather than a mummy’s boy killer, and is set in a guest house in Spain rather … Read More
Alice, Sweet Alice, also known as Holy Terror and Communion, is a 1976 slasher movie which stars Brooke Shields in her first film role. It has been given a very good transfer by 88 Films, and it is … Read More
I have just watched a fantastic haunted house movie called Secrets In The Walls, which stars the lovely Jeri Ryan as the main protagonist in a story guaranteed to send chills down your spine.
Jeri plays Rachel Easton, a … Read More
I Spit On Your Grave 1978 – whose original title was Day of the Woman – is one of the most controversial horror movies of all time. When it was first released as Day of the Woman in 1978, the … Read More
Move over, Pennywise, for you may have a new rival who – by virtue of his sheer horrific, maniacal and murderous tendencies – makes you look like Krusty. That rival is called Art the Clown, and he features in the … Read More