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Curandero – DVD Review

Back in 2005 Grindhouse maestro Robert Rodriguez (Planet Terror, From Dusk Till Dawn) wrote a Spanish-language script about a satanic descent into the seedy

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Festival CoverageGFF 2013

John Dies at the End – GFF 2013

When I hear cult-auteur Don Coscarelli is working on a new film I get pretty excited, I read a synopsis and my excitement grows, Angus Scrimm (the Tall Man!) signs on for

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Monstro! – DVD Review

Rarely do we get a chance to see shameless grindhouse features hell bent on fast paced schlock and rip-roaring fun, and it’s on those grounds that Australian independent

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The Lords of Salem – Blu-ray Review

I’m going to say something really controversial, and I don’t want to shock you so yeh…you’ve been warned. Rob Zombie is the Tarantino of horror.

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Penthouse North – DVD Review

On New Year ’s Eve, blind photo journalist Sara (Michelle Monaghan) finds her New York penthouse apartment turned into a private hell when she is stalked by a

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Ray Harryhausen: Special Effects Titan – Blu-ray Review

‘Gushing fan boys’ is the phrase that jumps to mind throughout Gilles Penso’s Ray Harryhausen: Special Effects Titan, a documentary that looks at the life , work, and legacy of one of Hollywood’s most

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The Bay – Blu-ray Review

The Bay is one of those films that, for a while, refused to dismount all your favourite horror sites, instead riding a wave of publicity that saw its posters,

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The Tall Man – DVD Review

Back in 2008 French writer/director Pascal Laugier unleashed Martyrs on unsuspecting audiences, casually marketing the film as a horror when in actual fact it was the closest thing I’d seen

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Festival CoverageGFF 2014

Welcome to the Punch – GFF 2013

When he introduced his second feature film, writer/director Eran Creevey commented that Welcome to the Punch was an old fashioned kind of Friday night

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Festival CoverageGFF 2013

Stoker – GFF 2013

If you can avoid the trailer, then for God’s sake do because here’s a film that benefits from going in blind. Park Chan Wook’s Stoker is a thing of undeniable beauty; a

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