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Paranormal Xperience 3D is a Spanish horror film from the producers of The Orphanage and Julia's Eyes.


Set in an abandoned salt mining town, a group of students get more than they bargained for as they come across the insane Doctor Matarga.

By Ross Wildish - 4th March 2014

Premiering in Europe at last year's Frightfest, Antisocial is a horror film that is made for the social network generation.


A film that promises to feature viruses and hacking... just not the type we have usually come to expect.

By Ross Wildish - 15th March 2014

Another 1980s cult classic, The Stuff  serves to warn us of the dangers of having a sweet tooth.


After the sudden success of The Stuff on supermarket shelves, things begin to reveal that all is not what it first seemed.

By Charlotte Castle - 3rd April 2014

Shocks and gore are in store in MurderDrome.


We take a look at this Roller Derby Satanic Slasher.

By Ross Wildish - 5th May 2014

Roger Corman's The Pit and the Pendulum is given the Arrow Video treatment, as we review the adaptaion of Edgar Allan Poe's horror tale starring Vincent Price, John Kerr and Barbara Steele.

By Andreas Charalambous - 8th June 2014

Joe Dante's The 'Burbs is truly one of the greatest films to come out of the 80s. Starring an impressive cast, it is probaly one of the director's finest works, in that it masterfully mixes comedy with horror as three neighbours become suspicious of the new addition to tranquil suburbia.


In this new Arrow Video release, we witness the events as they try to prove that they live next door to the neighbours from hell.

By Andreas Charalambous - 14th September 2014

Nearly ten years after our first trip to the remote Australian outback, we pay another visit to the deranged and murderous Mick Taylor as he returns for Wolf Creek 2.

By Andreas Charalambous - 17th September 2014

Afflicted tells the tale of Derek and Clif, who embark on the trip of a lifetime. As they document their round-the-world journey, one of the friends appears to be suffering from a mystery affliction.


It is not long before the symptoms go beyond medical explanation.

By Andreas Charalambous - 3rd October 2014

Night of the Comet is another one of those cult sci-fi horror viewing experiences to come out of the eighties.


Now added to their already impressive catalogue, we take a look at this new Arrow Video release, that promises to resurrect another cult favourite.

By Andreas Charalambous - 11th October 2014

The Hour of the Lynx is the latest slick, dark Nordic Noir drama to come out of Scandinavia.


A priest is approached by a psychiatrist to help get into the dark and disturbed mind of a young patient held in a high security psychiatric hospital, following the brutal murder of an old couple.

By Andreas Charalambous - 12th October 2014

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