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

Baskin follows a small but sociable group of policemen (whilst also being a bit arsehole-y) are sent to give backup to a another patrol car. Unfortunately the call emanates from a […]

#MonthOfSpooks – Baskin

Based in the early days of the internet, in Pulse we find out that ghosts are using this new technology to invade the world of the living. Told via two […]

#MonthOfSpooks – Pulse (2001)

Small in scope but thorough, The Wicker Man is about an investigation by an uptight, Christian policeman in the disappearance of a young girl on a remote Scottish island called […]

#MonthOfSpooks – The Wicker Man

Angel Heart is a 1950’s set hard boiled crime drama, right down to saxophone theme and voice-over. This is a supernatural film-noir, just without any real scares. Mickey Rourke is […]

#MonthOfSpooks – Angel Heart

The second film in The Purge family begins, as before, in the few hours before the almighty purge (A Government sanctioned, law-free crime spree – anything goes!) starts. We see […]

#MonthOfSpooks – The Purge: Anarchy

Beautifully shot, A Tale of Two Sisters revolves around a recently released mental institution patient who returns home with her sister to their family home. Disturbing and unsettling events follow […]

#MonthOfSpooks – A Tale of Two Sisters