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
Terence Fisher (23 February 1904 – 18 June 1980) was a British director and a prominent name in the English gothic cinema. He is most remembered for his work with Hammer films, where he presented Gothic horror in full lurid … 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