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DbD 2018Festival Coverage

Knuckleball – DbD 2018

If like me you’re a total sucker for decent home invasion, Michael Peterson’s Knuckleball is a debut worth checking out. Home invasion is an old stalwart fixture of the horror genre and every decade has its hits, from Black Christmas in the 70’s to Funny Games in the 90’s, there’s been plenty to fear from […]

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Blu-rayReviews

Among the Living – Blu-Ray Review

Among the Living is the latest film from Alexandre Bustillo and Julien Maury, the French duo who first made a name for themselves with the shocking home

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Festival CoverageSundance 2015

Hellions – Sundance 2015

Hellions, the latest from Canadian director Bruce McDonald is overwhelmingly disappointing considering how impressive his 2008 horror venture Pontypool was. On

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Festival CoverageSundance 2015

Knock Knock – Sundance 2015

First off, Knock Knock is Eli Roth’s fifth and arguably most accomplished feature to date, redeeming his CV after hollow hark-back cannibal flick, The Green Inferno.

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DVDReviews

Torment

Jordan Barker’s Torment probably wont be as tormenting as you’d like it to be, but its still worth a look if you’re a fan of home

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DVDReviews

No One Lives – DVD Review

Old-school horror, the kind that makes you laugh and squirm in equal measure, is frightfully hard to come by these days. Either a film doesn’t have the charm to pull off an enjoyable venture into the grotesque, or it lacks the balls and brains to relay a truly horrifying venture. Arguably No One Lives is […]

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DVDReviews

V/H/S 2 10/9/13

V/H/S rescued found-footage for me last year. It took the frankly tired cash cow medium and applied it to anthology horror, a concept that had taken a back bench in

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Blu-rayDVDReviews

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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DVDReviews

The Fields – DVD Review

The Fields is one of very few horrors to successfully put a child in the lead character position and pull it off. Part of this comes down to B.Harrison Smith’s script, but for the most part it’s down to Joshua Ormond’s muted performance as Steven, a kid who, rather than being mouthy, irritating, cocky, inhumanly […]

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