https://vimeo.com/277497088 New from Artsploitation Films comes post-apocalyptic hit Molly, following the story of a young woman with supernatural abilities in a post-apocalyptic wasteland, Molly fights for survival against a band of enemies who want her to fight in their arena. This one's been on my watch list for some time and I must admit that I'm keen... Continue Reading →
Being as obsessed with spider based horror as I am, this movie was a definite on the list that I wanted to review. I knew it was a comedy horror deal and may fair as a kind of b-movie but that just encouraged me further. I was really excited to set out and watch this... Continue Reading →
After really anticipating it for a long time, I got the chance to see Till Kleinert's genre debut The Samurai. I really was not disappointed. I'm really excited to be giving the movie a review, as I think it's definitely a movie you should see and visualise yourself because it's truly something unique and fantastic.... Continue Reading →
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.
“A serial killer with a foot fetish stalks his prey even as an unexpected danger closes in." Directed by - Jeremy Jantz Written by - Lucy Taylor Starring - Brian Adrian Koch, Julia Angelo, Sophia St James, Michael Masters. A fresh, new look at the exploitive genre in horror, Heels gives us an insight into... 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 →
Title: The Borderlands Year: 2003 Director: Elliot Goldner Starring: Gordon Kennedy, Robin Hill & Aidan McArdle. VIEW THE TRAILER HERE. Taking chances on horror movies is something I frequently like to do, and something I surely did with The Borderlands. A Brit horror set in my own considered territory, The West Country, in which two... Continue Reading →