AAAAAAAAH! (2015)

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 →

In the Dark (2015) Ft. An Interview with Director David Spaltro

Through The Scream Review mail, I got a really interesting new film from David Spaltro, and this one caught my eye for its all female cast and spirit based plot line. I was really excited for this one, to see how it would unfold. Check out the teaser here: Directed by David Spaltro Starring Lynn... Continue Reading →

The House with 100 Eyes (2013)

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 →

The Samurai (2014)

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 →

Odessa (2015)

I posted a little about Odessa a few weeks ago, but now I'm back to review the short film. There's a lot to know about this movie, but I'm not going to give too much away, as I feel you really need to see it and take it in for yourselves. Here's a little about... Continue Reading →

Electrohaunted (2013)

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.

Videogram VHS (2015)

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.

Don’t Despair (2015)

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.

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