Rabid is Canadian horror auteur David Cronenberg's second commerical feature film.

 

A dark exploration of the concept of the body being invaded and taken over.

By Andreas Charalambous - 14th February 2015

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 - 21st February 2015

We take to the streets of an alternative Victorian London to do battle wth lycans in the PlayStation 4 exclusive title, The Order: 1886.

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 Ross Wildish - 27th March 2015

Game of Thrones' Jason Momoa stars in Wolves - the directorial debut of X-Men and The Watchmen scribe, David Hayter.

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.

By Andreas Charalambous - Updated: 12th October 2015

Set in the 1970s, The Enfield Haunting is a three-part television drama based on the infamous and well-documented true case of a violent poltergeist that distresses a long-suffering family in their home in a north London suburb.

 

By Adam Kaplan - 6th July 2015

Tales of Poe is a creative and surreal take on some of Edgar Allan Poe's written works.

 

We take a look at the trillogy of tales adapted from 'The Tell Tale Heart', 'The Cask' and 'Dreams'.