Don't Despair gave a different take on the extreme and almost passionate notoriety of the serial killer. Cleverly tense and delicately built up to the final moments, this short really packs a punch with excellent atmospheric and emotional techniques to keep you feeling unnerved throughout.
It's quick, creative and has a no-holds-barred feeling when you watch it. This was the era of grunge and that really shines through when you're watching the documentary.
It's finally here, I got my first Horror Block after a long time of wanting one and so I ordered in time for the March block. I've been eager to do a review on these for a long time, so here it is! I knew that we were getting two items from The Walking Dead... Continue Reading →
Hi all, it's good to be back. Sorry it's been a while, things are still getting pretty hectic as I speak. BUT, it's with intense joy that I get to say that I'm back with a pretty amazing post briefed to me by legendary gift makers, Man Crates. So, this'll be entirely about my Horror... Continue Reading →
Hostel (2005) Director: Eli Roth Starring: Jay Hernandez, Derek Richardson and Eythor Gudjonsson "Three backpackers head to a Slovak city that promises to meet their hedonistic expectations, with no idea of the hell that awaits them." Hostel is a trilogy I've been eager to review for a while and now, I'm ready to get on board to write... Continue Reading →
Dogtooth (2009) Director: Yorgos Lanthimos Starring: Christos Stergioglou, Michele Valley and Angeliki Papoulia “Three teenagers are confined to an isolated country estate that could very well be on another planet.” Dogtooth is a raw, bizarre look into the lives of an estranged, alienated family who survive on a whole new level. This movie is included... Continue Reading →