(Spoiler Free) Neil Jordan (Breakfast on Pluto, The Butcher Boy and Company of Wolves) is well known for […]
Pet Sematary falls into the same trap as countless film remakes, trying to offer something unique and different, but in turn straying from the original source material and the power of the story. Ultimately this is an unneeded remake of a classic horror film, that deviates from King’s book in a haphazard and clumsy way, leading to disappointing final product.
Some barriers are not meant to be broken; remaking Pet Sematary was one of them. Watch the original film or read the book instead. Click for the full review
Knife and Heart is a truly unique, beautifully structured and gloriously queer mash up of genres and themes. With cutting humour, engaging performances and a killer design, this is a darkly delicious piece of fantasy/horror that wears its queer colours with pride.
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They are us in this smart horror that plays with economic divides in modern society, whilst offering enough […]
From its stripped back poster design to the invention of the modern horror/sci-fi genre Alien has imbedded itself […]
The Hole in the Ground continues a core theme of recent horror films, playing with mother and child […]
Kubrick’s version of The Shining has long been debated in its divergence from Kings book and whether the delivery of the films horror is more psychological than supernatural.
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