Indy Datta reviews M. Night Shyamalan’s low-budget horror flick. After the jump, you will find both things that go bump in the night and real no-fooling spoilers.
Danni Glover reports from the front line of cimematic terror. Click for more, if you dare.
As Shark Week comes to a close, we present a look at the definitive shark movie series – MrMoth takes on All The Jaws:
In anticipation of the return of True Detective this weekend Paul Duane revisits the first series and Nic Pizzolatto’s novel Galveston.
Danni Glover celebrates Women in Horror month. Spoiler alert! This post contains important plot points for: Among the Living, The Babadook, The Bad Seed, Carrie, The Craft, Ginger Snaps, The Exorcist, Inside, Interview with the Vampire, Let The Right One In, Rosemary’s Baby, Switchblade Romance, The Woman. Enter at your own risk.
Niall Anderson looks at a remastered release of David Cronenberg’s Rabid. Continue reading Or are you just happy to see me?
Blake Backlash watches a low-budget horror film about power and misogyny.
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?”