Tag Archive: Horror

The Shallows Review

My favourite comment of film criticism this year came courtesy of Danny Leigh on the BBC’s Film 2016 review show. While discussing recent Austrian horror Goodnight Mommy, Leigh brilliantly described the ultra-modern-Ikea-stuffed-geometric home… Continue reading

The Witch Review

Being a horror fan is a testing occupation. It’s a genre that requires the patience of a saint. Horror films come thick and fast, and for every splendidly terrifying effort like It Follows… Continue reading

It Follows Review

Watching It Follows, the sophomore offering from director/writer David Robert Mitchell, I was transported back to a long forgotten memory of a family holiday in New Orleans. Staying in the city’s renowned, and… Continue reading

The Guest Review

With the door firmly closed behind him, the darkly sinister stranger has locked out any hope of escape with a stern push of the handle. Our female protagonist sits silently, frozen with fear… Continue reading

You’re Next Review

It’s safe to say that horror, much like film on the whole, is going through a creative dearth at the moment with the last few years overly populated by Exorcist inspired possession plots… Continue reading

Classic Review: Gozu/極道恐怖大劇場 牛頭 (2003)

The purpose of reviewing classic films on here is to see whether certain films have stood the test of time or kept their original charm and impact, as well as to highlight tremendous… Continue reading