Hekla’s Children by James Brogden

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I really liked James Brogden’s Hekla’s Children. The story opens when a group of four young adults set off on a training hike in Rowton, West Midlands, for their Duke of Edinburgh Award.… Continue reading

The Service at the London Horror Festival 2017

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Blimey Faceplant Theatre made us sign a disclaimer when we got to the top of the stairs at Islington’s  Old Red Lion Theatre and then snapped a selfie of everyone for the record.… Continue reading

The Shadow Over Innsmouth at The London Horror Festival 2017

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There’s nothing quite like a bit of HP Lovecraft for getting the sauce flowing at the London Horror Festival (see what we did there?). Sure old HP was a very important figure in… Continue reading

The Three Don’ts

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The pre-publicity from Celtic Badger said ‘Anyone be up for checking out a mad hard-genre, dark comedy film about Irish lads killing each other?’ Why Hell yes, as if you ever needed to… Continue reading

Sharktopus Vs Pteracuda (2014) Friday Morning Creature Feature

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‘We’ve got to find a way to eliminate these aggressive behaviors or at least figure out where they are coming from’ says Lorena (Katie Savoy) our heroic young biologist. Er might be because… Continue reading

New Indie Film Label ‘Short Subjects’ Announces First Releases

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Filmmaker Chris Collier’s new label Short Subjects aims to champion short films, giving them the recognition they deserve on platforms such as Amazon Prime. The label has a number of critically acclaimed shorts… Continue reading

Poor Agnes (2017) at Grimmfest

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Agnes Poelzl (Lora Burke) lives in the wilds of Northern Ontario and has a freezer full of body parts, you see she’s a vicious psychopath. She wasn’t always a psychopath, but kind of… Continue reading

Edinburgh Horror Festival 2017

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‘It’s started again’ yes Halloween is ringing out those slay bells in the UK’s most haunted city as the second  Edinburgh Horror Festival gets under way. Notorious for its dark history of  grisly… Continue reading

The Bride (2017) at Grimmfest

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The opening sequence of Svyatoslav Podgayevsvsky’s The Bride initially reminded me a little of Peter Newbrook’s Brit Horror The Asphix (1972), when a photographer in pre-revolutionary Russia become convinced that he could capture… Continue reading

The Exorcist Season Two Episode One

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Those nice people at SyFy UK have just shared Episode One of the new season of The Exorcist with us and its looking good. After the showdown in Chicago Father Tomas (Alfonso Herrara)… Continue reading

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