Philip H Anselmo’s Housecore Horror Film Festival III Reaches A New Level... October 12, 2015 | Colin McCracken
DTV Junkyard 39 October 9, 2015 | Dave Wain
Fredrik Hana is Back In The Habit With Sister Hell... October 9, 2015 | Colin McCracken
Cigarette Burns To Host The Ultimate Halloween Celluloid Special At London’... October 6, 2015 | Colin McCracken
Mad Cow (2010) October 5, 2015 | Dave Wain
Heir (2015) October 4, 2015 | Matty Budrewicz
Banjo (2015) October 3, 2015 | Dave Wain
DTV Junkyard 38 October 2, 2015 | Dave Wain
The Killage (2011) September 30, 2015 | Matty Budrewicz
Zombie Hamster : Obscure, Classic, Genre & Independent Cinema.
Cult filmmaker David DeCoteau discusses his underrated 1997 thriller Skeletons in this unprecedented, career-encompassing retrospective interview.
Oh, for the humble production assistant; it’s the most thankless job on the film set. The hours are long and gruelling, and the pay – …
Originally written to celebrate the 30th Anniversary of The Toxic Avenger, here’s the most comprehensive history of everyone’s favourite true superhero for you all to enjoy.
For a hideously deformed creature of superhuman size and strength, …
When international genre cinema is brought into consideration, Russia is not the first country that springs to mind. Even for seasoned cineastes familiar with classics such as 1925’s Battleship Potemkin, or the surrealist witchcraft masterpiece that is Konstantin Ershov’s Viy (a film which Zombiehamster strongly urges you to seek out), it would be difficult to put together a top twenty list of the finest Russian horror movies, let alone a top 5.
One man from the former Soviet Union who is fighting against the grain, having devoted his entire life to the pursuit of artistic gratification is Andrey Iskanov. This complex and elusive filmmaker has remained somewhat of a mystery amongst the horror community. His work, however, has become a thing of infamy.
The death of terror titan Wes Craven earlier last week has been a tough one to take. A visionary architect of modern horror, Craven’s impact on both the genre and our own scare-ducation has been immeasurable; his thoughtful and imaginative …
The fifties bulged with a wealth of schlocky sci-fi goodness, oozing in Cold War paranoia and crazy faux-science proclamations. Fabulous Films invite to us to celebrate this, with the welcome release of The Deadly Mantis!
I never have understood …
The hilarious, Michael Gough-starring Brit shocker makes a quietly delightful worldwide HD debut from Odeon.
It’s been far, far too long since hilarious homegrown shocker HORROR HOSPITAL (aka Computer Killers) has graced these shores. Last available as part of sell-through VHS distro …
Blu-ray Bites are concise explorations of new back catalogue releases, designed to help you decide if they’re worth parting with your hard-earned cash for. This time, Dave waxes lyrical over the Kino Lorber release of Empire Pictures’ ZONE TROOPERS
Schlock specialist Albert Pyun’s agreeable Die Hard variation receives a pleasant but flawed budget issue as part of 101 Films’ lackadaisical Cult Movie Collection.
Die Hard is the perfect action template. Witty, suspenseful and tremendously exciting, the blueprint drawn by creators …
Retromedia continue their plundering of selected seventies curios, and provide us with a double-bill of of fist-chewing mediocrity that’s gloriously entertaining.
Launched in 2001, Fred Olen Ray’s Retromedia label has been a constant source of schlocky mayhem with releases …