Category: News

Duct tape, torture, threeway sex – yep, Knock Knock looks like an Eli Roth film

Posted on 05/22/15 by Ben
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By Ben Bussey See kids – you don’t just have to travel to eastern Europe in order to have casual sex with anonymous hot chicks and then find yourself tied up getting brutally tortured to death. Sometimes, anonymous hot chicks just show up on your doorstep, then tie you up and torture you after you’ve […]

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Cooties trailer presents slaughter of children as entertainment. How dare you, Hollywood!

Posted on 05/21/15 by Ben
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By Ben Bussey Seems like a very long time ago we first heard about Cooties, a horror comedy from unlikely collaborators Leigh Whannell (Saw, Insidious) and Ian Brennan (Glee), with Elijah Wood and Rainn Wilson. Indeed, the film premiered at Sundance 2014, well over a year ago – and oftentimes when there’s that big a […]

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Dude Bro Party Massacre 3 looks pretty brodacious

Posted on 05/21/15 by Ben

Comics News You Can Use: I Am A Hero, X-Files, Millennium

Posted on 05/20/15 by Ben
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By Svetlana Fedotov Dark Horse has recently announced their chosen manga adaptations for 2016 which included the zombie survival epic I Am A Hero. Originally started in 2009 in Japan, the work is currently on its 16th volume and has over four million copies in print. With Dark Horse bringing it to the English speaking […]

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Murderous Passions: The Delirious Cinema of Jesus Franco is Available for Pre-Order

Posted on 05/18/15 by Keri

Inaugural HorrorCon UK roars into Rotherham this July

Posted on 05/18/15 by Ben

UK: Housebound is DVD-bound

Posted on 05/15/15 by Ben
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By Ben Bussey It delighted festival audiences in 2014; it baffled those very same people with the announcement of an imminent US remake; and now it’s finally set for a Region 2 DVD release. Director Gerard Johnstone’s horror comedy Housebound is at last coming to home entertainment in the UK courtesy of those fine folk […]

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Electric Boogaloo: the Wild Untold Story of Cannon Films heads to DVD

Posted on 05/14/15 by Ben
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By Ben Bussey Few names are as synonymous with 80s cinema than Cannon Films. Their brash, loud, colourful, ambitious, absurd and excessive output pretty much defined the tone of the decade, and though Menahem Golan and Yoram Globus’s company failed to make it out of the era alive, they left a phenomenal legacy for trash […]

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Sion Sono’s Tokyo Tribe headed to DVD & Blu-Ray – cover art revealed

Posted on 05/14/15 by Ben
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By Ben Bussey Sion Sono continues to blaze his path as one of the most singular filmmakers around with the gangster rap battle musical dystopian future fantasy Tokyo Tribe. Thus far it’s had a fairly limited theatrical release, but soon UK readers everywhere should be able to get their hands on it with ease as […]

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Honeymoon director Leigh Janiak remaking The Craft

Posted on 05/14/15 by Ben
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By Ben Bussey Did not see this one coming. Sometimes, when a director moves from a small indie debut to a big studio sophomore movie, you can see the reasoning clearly enough: Gareth Edwards going from Monsters to Godzilla comes to mind. But at no point whilst watching Honeymoon did I imagine the same director […]

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Beware, the second Crimson Peak trailer & poster

Posted on 05/13/15 by Ben
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By Ben Bussey We’re still about five months away from Guillermo del Toro’s long awaited return to adult-oriented horror territory with Crimson Peak; now, three months on from the first trailer, along comes another to whet our appetites further, courtesy of the film’s official Twitter feed. Happily, this seems to promise something considerably more colourful […]

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French horror from teen director looks… good? Hostile trailer

Posted on 05/08/15 by Ben
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By Ben Bussey Seems there’s a new French horror movie on the horizon. This invariably gets our attention, given how much of the best horror of the century thus far has come out of France. However, there’s something particularly attention-grabbing about this one, as it’s the work of a new director, Nathan Ambrosioni, who’s only […]

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Spring (2014) Available for Pre-order

Posted on 05/08/15 by Keri
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By Keri O’Shea Great news for fans of deeply different, engaging horror: one of our favourite festival films of last year, Spring, is now available for pre-order. Due out on the 25th May, Spring is remarkable in the fact that, although you may see some recognisable elements therein, it abstracts these to such a great […]

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Swallow this second trailer for The Human Centipede 3

Posted on 05/07/15 by Ben

Dean Cain kicking ass & taking names in first trailer for the Soksa Sisters’ Vendetta

Posted on 05/06/15 by Ben

Second trailer and new stills from Italian horror The Transparent Woman

Posted on 05/05/15 by Ben
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By Ben Bussey When we shared the first trailer for Domiziano Cristopharo’s The Transparent Woman back in January, we weren’t necessarily expecting a big response. Boy, were we wrong, as much to our surprise it wound up one of our most popular articles of the year so far by a pretty significant margin (I could mention stats, […]

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Meet the cast of Sun Choke in new character posters

Posted on 05/04/15 by Ben
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By Ben Bussey Writer-director Ben Cresciman’s Sun Choke just premiered at the Stanley Film Festival. We still don’t know a great deal about it, but its trailer certainly caught our attention when it came online last month. Now, to further build intrigue, three character posters have been released featuring the three central actresses Sarah Hagan […]

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