Film


Dracula Untold is an imagining of the origins to the Dracula myth, doing away with the Bram Stoker storyline (is that such a great idea?). We are introduced to Vlad Țepeș […]

#MonthOfSpooks – Dracula Untold



Hounds of Love follows the ordeal of a teenager, after she is lured into the house of a young couple on the promise of some weed she finds herself held […]

#MonthOfSpooks – Hounds Of Love



Another film to jump on the 60/70s vibe that was utilised so well in The Conjuring  series and this itself is a prequel to the Ouija film of 2014 (which […]

#MonthOfSpooks – Ouija: Origin of Evil



Final Destination in its purest, original form was really a genre defining film. The idea of Death being sentient, having a design and catching up with the people that have […]

#MonthOfSpooks – Final Destination



The Borderlands is from the found footage genre of horror film, and as always with these type of films they have some bullshit reason for how and where to put […]

#MonthOfSpooks – The Borderlands



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When Jesse (Carla Gugino) and Gerald (Bruce Greenwood) take off to their cottage in the woods they are going there in an attempt to rekindle their seemingly failing marriage. Things […]

#MonthOfSpooks – Gerald’s Game



After watching Haute Tension the other day I felt that I couldn’t put it off any longer. This film kept staring at me out of the list, especially as after […]

#MonthOfSpooks – Raw





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This is the first of two female centric, French horror films that I plan on watching this month (I couldn’t let the opportunity to rewatch Raw pass!) but how did […]

#MonthOfSpooks – Haute Tension



My second John Carpenter film in this years Horror-film-fest was the 1980’s The Fog. Once again Jamie Lee Curtis has teamed up with JC for a low budget horror, although […]

#MonthOfSpooks – The Fog