By Andreas Charalambous - 4th October 2013
Making its World Premiere at FrightFest 2013, The Body is Paul Davis' latest horror short.
Starring an impressive cast including Alfie Allen and Hannah Tointon, we take a look at what happens when you have to dispose of a dead body on Halloween night.
By Andreas Charalambous - 10th November 2013
Adam Wimpenny announces his arrival to feature filmmaking with Blackwood - a dark British supernatural thriller starring Ed Stoppard, Sophia Myles, Russell Tovey and Paul Kaye.
By Andreas Charalambous - 29th November 2013
Based on Stephen King's novel and having to live up to the Brian De Palma's horror classic, we take a look at this modern take on Carrie.
By Ross Wildish - 23rd September 2014
Julia is revenge thriller centering on the character of Julia Shames.
After suffering a brutal trauma, Julia begins a course of unorthodox therapy as she attempts to come to terms with her traumatic experience.
By Ross Wildish - 8th October 2014
Infliction tells the murderous tale of two North Carolina brothers through the assembly of footage shot by the brothers themselves.
We are witness first-hand to their path of destruction as they document the brutal acts of their killing spree.
By Andreas Charalambous - 19th February 2015
Cut! is the story of a pair of filmmakers who set out to make a scary film together.
They soon discover extreme methods in order to make their film more authentic.
By Andreas Charalambous - 28th February 2015
Getting its European premiere at FrightFest Glasgow 2015, The Atticus Institute investigates the events leading to the sudden closure of a parapsychological research centre in the 1970s.
By Charlotte Castle - 14th March 2015
We review the atmospheric, spine-tingling - and at times, disturbing It Follows.
By Adam Kaplan - 9th April 2015
The Dooms Chapel Horror is an 80s style creature feature, shot with a modern twist.
We take a look at the film - starring genre favourite, Bill Oberst Jr.
By Adam Kaplan - 15th April 2015
An 80s-style horror/comedy, Invasion of the Undead is the feature debut of indie filmmaker Torey Haas.
Shot on a small budget of $17,000 - we offer our take on this modest effort.