Category Archives: horror

The Voices (film review)

The Voices is odd, funny and dark and with these qualities it will not be for everyone. This horror, comedy as a style that I more associate with the nineties experimental filmmaking ‘Natural Born Killers’, ‘Edward Scissorhands’, even elements of … Continue reading

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BONE TOMAHAWK FILM REVIEW

There aren’t many horror westerns out there. They are a strange hybrid and hard to pull off – but they are out there! I suppose the few that I have seen really combine horror westerns and other genres mainly Sci-Fi, … Continue reading

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Wes Craven Horror Master (2 August 1939 – 30 August 2015) Wesley Earl  Craven As horror fans already know the death of Wes Craven from brain cancer late last month was a loss to the genre in his younger years … Continue reading

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They Twist And Turn

  They twist and turn when they had breath, dressed in skin. They twist and turn because they were almost one. Two girl’s twins took their life when the rain fell down and they cut deep into their veins offering … Continue reading

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INMATE 134

INMATE 134 Inmate 134 lay in a sea of blackness as definite as death and silent as the grave and waited. Time had no relevance to him. In another life, when he was a person, with a name not a … Continue reading

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The Tall Man (film review)

    If you are familiar with French horror films then the director Pascal Laugier needs no introduction (his previous films are explicit and traumatic to say the least) writes and directs ‘The Tall Man’. As with his previous offerings … Continue reading

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The Possession of Michael King (review)

  Since the Blair Witch Project every other horror film is a found footage or first person narrative. They are now so prolific to rightly have a genre of their own. I suppose it’s easy to understand after all these … Continue reading

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