Category Archives: Horror

TEXAS CHAINSAW MASSACRE (2022) Preview with first teaser trailer

Texas Chainsaw Massacre (2022) Yep, that’s the fantastically inspired title! And the first teaser trailer has appeared. Is anyone interested beyond the fan boys who will lap up anything they are given? This really does seem like money-grubbing. But we may be pleasantly surprised. After all, the 2018 Halloween reboot was ok with caveats. Pity […]

TEXAS CHAINSAW MASSACRE (2022) Preview with first teaser trailer

The Lighthouse: A Tale of Madness

Directed by Robert Eggers, The Lighthouse is about two men placed on a remote island, far from any civilization, to man and tend to a lighthouse during the 1890’s. As time goes on, both Ephraim Winslow (Robert Pattinson) and his supervisor Thomas Wake (Willem Dafoe)  begin having strange and mysterious visions whilst trying to maintain […]

The Lighthouse: A Tale of Madness

BLACK FRIDAY: Fun Horror Comedy for the Holidays

I’ve always wondered why Black Friday had not been explored in a horror film. Director Casey Tebo and writer Andy Greskoviak finally give the much-deserved holiday-horror treatment to a day that almost looks like a horror movie in real life. Black Friday brings infected, gooey bodies to this familiar shopping holiday and manages to feel at…

BLACK FRIDAY: Fun Horror Comedy for the Holidays

Nosferatu: A Bold Vision of a Familiar Story

a story become too familiar? After almost a century of Dracula narratives, whether they are adapted directly from the Bram Stoker novel or not, the character and his arc feels as familiar as a family heirloom, passed down the generations. This is part of why F.W. Murnau’s “Nosferatu” is the adaptation of the story I come back to more often than any other- Murnau’s film feels like an oddity, like that weird uncle you don’t really want to talk about. And yet, it still has a place in the family, because the DNA remains constant.

Nosferatu: A Bold Vision of a Familiar Story

The Awakening of Lilith (2021) Movie Review ‘Emotionally Driven Thriller’

Emotionally Driven Thriller   Director: Steven Adam Renkovish Writer: Steven Adam Renkovish (Screenplay) Starring: Brittany Renee, Justin Livingston, Tiffany Majors Doby, Rachel Sims Jackson, Christiana Wilson, Jessie Roberts Plot: A woman finds herself in the midst of a dark mystery after the unexplained loss of a loved one. Her mind […]

The Awakening of Lilith (2021) Movie Review ‘Emotionally Driven Thriller’

A pure horror slasher, HALLOWEEN KILLS (2021) sees The Shape on a rampage of brutality!

Minutes after being left to die in a burning house, The Shape (aka Michael Myers), escapes and returns to the streets of Haddonfield where a war rages on between the town’s furious residents and this one-man killing machine. Taking on an entirely different storytelling approach to the 2018 film, this second (or technically third) chapter […]

A pure horror slasher, HALLOWEEN KILLS (2021) sees The Shape on a rampage of brutality!

Movie Review: Horror’s the main course in the Welsh thriller “The Feast”

“Tone” is the triumph of the Welsh thriller “The Feast.” Tone — in its lonely, remote setting, its chilly, unsettling characters and the deeply unpleasant things that transpire — is everything. The Welsh language (with subtitles) tale may take some getting used to, and the finale go absurdly overboard in “explaining” it all. Mystery is […]

Movie Review: Horror’s the main course in the Welsh thriller “The Feast”

Last Night in Soho (2021)

I need to show my cards here – I am a huge Edgar Wright fan. I have been ever since I have seen Shaun of the Dead (2004). I have learned a lot about him, mainly the fact, he’s an avid cinephile. I would imagine he’s the only one who comes anywhere near Quentin Tarantino and/or Martin Scorsese regarding the film knowledge, the […]

Last Night in Soho (2021) Review – Definitely Won’t Be My Last Night