The Spine of Night (2021)

Tzod (Lucy Lawless), a high priestess from a jungle based tribe, goes on a journey to destroy an unholy power that has plunged the world into darkness. The Spine of Night boasts an impressive array of actors, such as Richard E. Grant, Parton Oswalt, Lucy Lawless and Joe Manganiello…to name but a few. It’s an […]

Episode 12!

Hey everyone! We are no up to episode 12. We love talking movies, games and everything in between. We are also strong advocates of mental health awareness. If ever you need to talk to us, please visit our YouTube channel and comment on a video. Or if you would rather message us, you can find […]

OWGR – A New YouTube Channel

OWGR. A name that will be synonymous with gaming, movies and everything in between. We launched on 28th January 2022, and our third episode is already up. Fronted by myself (Jon) and my buddy (Andrey), we talk about our passion for movies, games, art, collectables and many other things. We sometimes even have a guest […]

Jakob’s Wife – UK DVD Release (2021)

Anne (Barbara Crampton), has been married to small town minister Jakob Fedder (Larry Fessenden) for 30 years. Her life has been pretty uneventful, and she yearns for something more. That something comes in the form of The Master, and in turn gives Anne what she always wanted. However Anne will soon discover that you should […]

Random Acts Of Violence (2019) – UK Blu Ray Review

Todd (Jesse Williams), his girlfriend Kathy (Jordana Brewster), his manager Ezra (Jay Baruchel) and their assistant Aurora (Niamh Wilson) head out on a road trip across America. Todd and Ezra are promoting the comic they created called ‘Slasherman’, a grisly comic book which uses the murders of a serial killer dubbed the ‘I-90 killer’, as […]

Scare Me (2020) – UK Blu Ray Review

Fred Banks (Josh Reuben) is a struggling writer/actor who retreats to a cabin in the woods to write his new story. However, writer’s block and a power outage stop him in his plans. He meets a fellow writer, albeit a more successful one, Fanny (Aya Cash) who is also staying in a cabin nearby. Fanny […]

The Dark And The Wicked (2021)

Louise Straker (Marin Ireland) and her brother Michael (Michael Abbott Jr) return to their childhood home to offer support to their mother, after finding out that their father is gravely ill. However, they are not offered a warm welcome, but instead told that they “shouldn’t have come” by their mother Virginia (Julie Oliver-Touchstone). The siblings […]

New Candyman trailer has just dropped!

Wow! The new trailer for the Jordan Peele produced ‘Candyman’ has just dropped, and it looks great! Directed by Nia DaCosta, ‘Candyman’ sees artist Anthony McCoy (Yahya Abdul-Mateen II) become obsessed with the legend, putting himself and everyone around him in great danger. Check out the trailer below. ‘Candyman’ is released in June 2020. JM

Interview – Carlo Mirabella, director of ‘Swallow’.

Ahead of the UK premiere of SWALLOW at Arrow Video FrightFest Halloween, director Carlo Mirabella-Davis reflects on the personal inspiration behind his debut feature, healing psychological wounds and his empathy for the horror genre. SWALLOW is your directorial debut. How difficult was it to get the project off the ground? Getting a film made is […]

The Night of the Virgin (2016)

Nico, a naive 20yr old man, sets out on New Year’s Eve to lose his virginity. He comes across a mature woman called Medea, who invites him back to her apartment. What follows is a night Nico will never forget….if he lives to remember it. From the big lettered opening title, this has a real […]

Pyewacket (2017)

Pyewacket stars Nicole Munoz as Leah, a teenage girl frustrated at her life after her mother decides to uproot and move out into the countryside. In an act of desperation, Leah summons a demon called Pyewacket to kill her mother, however later has a change of heart. But Pyewacket has already been summoned, and it […]

Frightfest interview with Barbara Crampton 

Ahead of her eagerly awaited presence at Horror Channel FrightFest 2017, genre icon, actress & producer BARBARA CRAMPTON talks exclusively about her latest film Replace, battling chronic fatigue syndrome and her passion for supporting new talent. Q: REPLACE raises questions about beauty, body image and growing older, issues that many feel plague the Hollywood movie industry. What […]

The Audi and the Alien

The Moonrover Audi Lunar Quattro celebrates its film debut in Ridley Scott’s sci-fi blockbuster “Alien: Covenant” this week, ahead of its impending mission to the Moon next year. The Audi lunar Quattro has been developed in cooperation with Berlin-based start-up Part-Time Scientists. Over the past two years, the automobile manufacturer has worked with a team […]

Pride and Prejudice and Zombies (2016)

We can thank writer Seth Grahame-Smith for mashing up Jane Austen’s classic ‘Pride and Prejudice’ with the undead. It’s something that shouldn’t really work, as it’s two wildly different ideas being melded together. That said, it does work, and work quite well. The story really is just the standard tale of love between Elizabeth and […]

Manhattan Baby (1982)

When an archaeologist, Dr. George Hacker (Christopher Connelly) opens a tomb in Egypt, he unleashes an evil spirit which latches onto his young daughter. Upon the family’s arrival in New York, a series of grisly murders and strange occurrences begin to take place.  An amulet which is give to the young girl may hold the […]

Rat Man (1988)

   When a pretty model is found dead on an island, her body mutilated, an investigation begins in to just what happened. The deceased model’s sister arrives with a mystery novel writer (David Warbeck), to try and figure out what was the cause of her sisters murder. The duo discover that the explanation is far […]

Stung (2015)

   Julie (Jessica Cook) and Paul (Matt O’Leary) are on their way out to the American countryside to cater a fancy party. However things take a turn for the sinister when a wasp nest is disturbed and the partygoers are set upon by giant mutated wasps.     The wasps tear through the party, forcing some […]

The Voices (2014)

   Jerry (Ryan Reynolds) lives alone with his dog called Bosco and his cat, Mr. Whiskers. He works in a factory that makes bathroom products and makes regular visits to a psychiatrist whom he tells his problems to, and Jerry has problems. Jerry hears voices, his cat and dog speak to him on a daily […]

Voices of the Damned (2015)

   When I read ‘The Venus Complex’ by Barbie Wilde, I was enthralled. It was magnificent in every way, and I knew then that the literary and horror fiction world in general, truly had someone special on their hands. So you can probably imagine my glee when I was offered the chance to review Barbie […]

Wes Craven – (1939 – 2015)

   Just awoke to some terrible news today. Director Wes Craven, who gave new life to the horror genre when he created A Nightmare on Elm Street, has died aged 76 after a battle with brain cancer. This man played a huge part in my growing up. He gave me some of my favourite horror […]