The Tattooist (2018)

Recently I was contacted by Michael Wong to have a look at his latest micro-short The Tattooist. The short has been doing the rounds of the horror film festival circuits and he wanted to share the short with me to bring to The Scream Review. "The Tattooist follows the dark obsessions of a tattooist whose studio is... Continue Reading →

The Nun (2018) Review

"What started as a promising Gothic horror was ruined by poor jump scares and a plot that didn't really go anywhere." Starring: Taissa Farmiga, Bonnie Aarons, Demian Bichir and Jonas Bloquet. Directed by: Corin Hardy. I went to see The Nun in the cinema, and already, I wasn't expecting to be over the moon... Continue Reading →

The Nun: Trailer Review (2018)

A highly anticipated film this year is the Conjuring universe's latest installation, The Nun. I've been up to date with the past Conjuring movies and its spin-off series, Annabelle and found that each movie was very similar in tone and story. With the trailer for the Nun, it seems that the team behind the movie... Continue Reading →

Inner Ghosts Campaign (2017)

Hello all, it’s been a while, a lot longer than I’d have liked it to have been. However, I return with news of a Kickstarter campaign for a great looking horror film titled ‘Inner Ghosts’. Brought to us by director João Alves and Paulo Leite, Inner Ghosts hopes to connect with the horror community and... Continue Reading →

A ‘Pitch Dark’ Diorama (2016)

A gripping mini series has come from Bangalore, India from Vespertilio Motion Pictures. The genre is relatively new there, but director Santosh M P has created a gripping short series that will keep you hanging off the edge of your seat. You can check out the trailer here: Here's the write up about the series: "Indranil... Continue Reading →

Sandman (2016)

Set to be released on Halloween night this year, I got an early look at horror short Sandman created by Superfreak Media. Directed by Liam Banks. Starring Esmee Matthews and Matthew Barker. "When Sandy wakes from a terrifying dream she realises that a much bigger nightmare awaits now she is awake." The team are the... Continue Reading →

Tusk (2014)

Weird has been an interest of mine for a long time, and Tusk is a weird film that has been on my watch list for a while. I'd seen the stills, the clips and knew of the general vibe that the film had but never sat and graced myself with what Kevin Smith had to... Continue Reading →

Not Alone (2016)

The third instalment from Witching Season Films is Not Alone. I'm really getting a kick out of this anthology and I hope you are, too. Have you seen the previous two instalments? Check out Killer on the Loose and Princess! Directed by James Morris. Starring Sean Hunter and Samuel Morris. "Kyle wakes from a horrific nightmare, struggling... Continue Reading →

Princess (2015)

Princess is another short that's come from Witching Season Films. If you haven't already seen the first short in this Witching Season Anthology, please head on over to watch Killer on the Loose! Directed by James Morris. Starring Emily Broschinsky, Anita Rosenbaum, Jordan Swenson and James Morris. "Kendra and her daughter Jamie move to a new home in... Continue Reading →

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