It Comes At Night Review

By Ian Morton With a breath of fresh air, It Comes At Night takes inspiration from some of the more classic horror tropes, relying on simple methods to get the job done. While struggling to survive in a post-epidemic ridden world, a small family and their way of life is changed forever when a new set… Continue reading It Comes At Night Review

Get Out Review

By Ian Crow Great horror films are always very hard to come by. Normally we are only blessed with maybe two, or if we’re extremely lucky, three good horror movies in one calendar year. Now, a lot of the time you do get some great horror movies come out that I instantly love, for example… Continue reading Get Out Review

Split Review

By Ian Crow M. Night Shyamalan is the perfect example of a director going out of his comfort zone. Acclaimed for his fantastic take on the thriller genre which includes the brilliant Sixth Sense and Unbreakable, he went out of what he does best and made a sci-fi in After Earth that turned out to… Continue reading Split Review

Underworld: Blood Wars Review

By Ian Morton The latest entry in the Underworld franchise gives you exactly what you want from the successful saga; a plot that defies logic, infuriating direction and a cast that is both underused and underappreciated – if you’re a fan, you’re going to love it! Continuing on from the fourth instalment, vampire Selene is once… Continue reading Underworld: Blood Wars Review

The Bye Bye Man Review

By Ian Crow Straight off the bat, the title for this movie is a worrying sign. The Bye Bye Man almost sounds like a children’s fictional character that should be living in some kind of candy-filled house and greets children with joy and laughter. Incredibly, this is not the case. This character might as well… Continue reading The Bye Bye Man Review

Train to Busan Review

As 2016 comes to an end; the last part of the year has somehow salvaged an incredibly average start. Continuing the strong end to the year, South Korean horror Train to Busan is one of the more memorable and entertaining films that I’ve come across in 2016. Following Seok-Woo, a divorced male tries to patch… Continue reading Train to Busan Review

Catch-up reviews!

This week we caught up on a few films we missed at the cinema – today we have Youth, London Has Fallen and Pride, Prejudice and Zombies.   Youth After going on holiday together, a semi-retired film director Mick Boyle (Harvey Keitel) and his best friend Fred Ballinger (Michael Caine) are forced to evaluate their… Continue reading Catch-up reviews!

Blair Witch (2016) Review

For its time, The Blair Witch Project stunned audiences back in 1999. This not so contemporary ‘horror’ film broke the boundaries of film making by using the ever-present found footage technique to make the film authentic. Fast forward 17 years later and we have had our fair share of found footage movies since 1999. The… Continue reading Blair Witch (2016) Review

Don’t Breathe Review

Fede Alvarez returns to our screen to direct the new horror of the year in Don’t Breathe. His new film follows three teenager burglars that are saving up to move from their rough neighbourhood to start afresh in California. After being tipped off by a man about a secluded house in the suburbs, the three… Continue reading Don’t Breathe Review

Ian Crow’s Film Masterclass #6 – The Blair Witch Project (1999)

Film masterclass is back! After a short period of time from releasing my next addition to my favourite movies of all-time, I feel the time is right to release my thoughts on 1999’s The Blair Witch Project. With the sequel to the movie coming imminently, I will tell you why The Blair Witch Project is… Continue reading Ian Crow’s Film Masterclass #6 – The Blair Witch Project (1999)