I've been a fan of dark comedies for a long time now, and the fascination has really just gotten stronger as of late. I enjoyed shows like The Mighty Boosh, Garth Marenghi's Darkplace and most recently Top Coppers. It was through my still strong enjoyment of The Boosh that I came across AAAAAAAAH! I was instantly... Continue Reading →
I'd really been looking forward to watching Horsehead for a while now, and after watching the trailer I can fully say that it doesn't compare to what you'll be in store for if you watch this. Directed by Romain Basset Starring Lilly-Fleur Pointeaux, Catriona MacColl, Murray Head, Gala Besson, Fu'ad Aït Aattou, Vernon Dobtcheff and Phillippe Nahon Check out the trailer here:... Continue Reading →
Défago is very talented in creating these three dimension audio-scapes that explore different nightmare scenarios in captivating and enticing ways. The whole album felt as if it was telling me a story and the way each tracked flowed into one another really complimented that narrative.
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 →
I finally got to go and see Annabelle, after much waiting and anticipating, the time had come and I was so pumped for the experience, and rightfully so. Annabelle Wallis, playing leading character Mia, is an expectant mother who receives a beautiful porcelain doll as a gift from her husband John (Ward Horton.) The happiness... 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 →
Straight from my inbox comes this gem from Videogram. A tune that gives a fond nod to the Friday 13th series, Camp Blood is a great mix of the disco theme in part 3 and Michael Jackson's thriller. Emanating the theme and atmosphere of the movie franchise, this tune really sets the tone for 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 →