Hi all! I'm back again for another Horror Block review. It's been a hectic few days but I'm getting back on track with content that will be posted on the blog asap. I'm currently also in the process of downloading Outlast so I'm soon to be lost to that game (because it's awesome.) So Horror... Continue Reading →
So recently I was contacted by Doug Roos, the director of the movie, who asked if I'd take a look at his indie horror film The Sky Has Fallen (2009) which had created some buzz on Bloody Disgusting and Dread Central. I was totally up for checking it out, and so I did a review... Continue Reading →
I had this movie sent to me by Monster Pictures after seeing the trailer for it on the ABCs of Death 2 DVD and I had the urge to watch it. I chose to go into this movie not knowing but about it aside from watching the trailer once - I wanted a fresh take... Continue Reading →
First off, I'd like to say a massive thank you to Artsploitation Films who sent me this movie after a while of me being really interested in what it was all about. I'd anticipated House with 100 Eyes for a long time, as I'm interested in finding some great pseudo-snuff movies that actually take a... Continue Reading →
So I'd been pretty excited about seeing the new Poltergeist re-boot as I really think they get too much shtick nowadays. Whereas I'd like to see something new every so often, I don't think some of the remakes that have come around are half bad. I absolutely loved the original Poltergeist movies, and the trailer... 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 →
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.
The classic cult vibe made me so nostalgic to a series of clips that worked into helping me re-live one of the coolest, grittiest and corniest eras of horror.