It’s the 31st October, All Hallows Eve, the perfect time for Mostly film writers to reflect on what has cinematically disturbed them and why…
Sex has always had a role to play in horror, just look at Dracula. But, the Tramp asks, is this relationship a healthy one? Have we moved beyond the allegorical to something far more disturbing and Ballardian than Stoker could ever have dreamt of?
It being Halloween, MrMoth thought he needed a spooky project to get to grips with. Unfortunately, the only thing he could think of was “What if I watched all the Resident Evil films?”
Emma Street examines the monster science, not folklore, created and ponders how the literary legend stands up, cinematically speaking.
The Tramp invites you to prepare for Mostly Film’s Halloween week by contemplating what frightens you.
All in her head? Danni Glover is troubled by The Babadook.
If you can’t get enough of MostlyFilm’s festival coverage, you’re in luck: today, Laura Morgan reports from two of the USA’s most mindbending genre film festivals.
Ron Swanson rounds up his highlights from the LFF.
Laura Morgan and Ron Swanson delve further into the London Film Festival’s schedule and report on what they find…
While the film world’s eyes are turned towards London for the LFF, Alex Barrett talks about his ambitious new film project about the city, and explains how you can get involved.