Man, it’s been a long time coming for this one. Last year about this time I got the chance to visit the set of Joe Lynch’s directorial debut (read about it here) and what I saw impressed the hell out of me.
Finally the prequel/sequel to the way above average 2004 slasher film Malevolence is here, and in it we take a look back at serial killer Martin Bristol.
One of the many lessons I’ve learned over the years from being a horror fan is that nothing good can come from a trip into the woods, especially when said woods may or may not be responsible for the disappearance o
Paco Plaza returns to his Spanish found footage zombie juggernaut with [REC] 3: Genesis - a sequel taking place miles away from the first outbreak that manages to cleverly tie in to the first two entries without being be
Set in the South London hood amidst the tower-block projects during Britain’s Bonfire Night, Attack the Block follows a group of teen hoodlums who find themselves defending their
The only real knock against Zombie Apocalypse is that it’s a pretty standard entry in a genre that is already well past the over-saturation point and its overuse of shoddy computer effects suck some of the fun out
In our wide world of horror there has been no shortage of films about the terminally hungry undead.
“Where there is no life, there is no art” intones the snuff film director in A Serbian Film, but it might as well be the tagline of the movie.
Having greatly enjoyed Daniel Stamm's The Last Exorcism, I was incredibly interested in getting a look at his debut feature, A Necessary Death.
A quintet of thrill-seeking mountain climbers enjoying their favourite pastime across treacherous peaks in the Scottish Highlands find their lives in more immediate mortal danger than descend