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.

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

By Andreas Charalambous - 16th October 2014

The Evil Within marks the return of Shinji Mikami to the survival horror game genre.

 

A police detective investigating a multiple murder at a mental hospital finds himself plunged into a dark, twisted and disturbing world in what is hailed as Mikami's finest work since Resident Evil 4.

By Ross Wildish - 28th October 2014

Alien: Isolation is the latest attempt by Sega at reigniting the popular Alien franchise for the gaming masses.

 

Following the buggy mess that was Aliens: Colonial Marines, could this new survival horror offering make up for past disappointments?

Only Lovers Left Alive is another in a long line of contemporary films that attempt to reinvent the conventions of the vampire.

 

With many a modern vampire film failing to capture the audience's imagination, does Only Lovers Left Alive succeed where others have failed?

By Charlotte Castle - 29th October 2014

Six Gothic Tales is a luxurious, limited edition Blu Ray box set containing the collaborative films between Vincent Price and Roger Corman, in bringing Edgar Allan Poe's short stories and poems to the screen.

By Andreas Charalambous - 6th December 2014

A young boy begins having disturbing visions of a threatening character from his storybook The Babadook.

 

Becoming increasingly frightened by his visons, his mother also begins having similar experiences.

By Ross Wildish - 5th February 2015

A gore-drenched tip of the hat to the infamous Plan 9 From Outer Space. 

 

Plan 9 is a modern reimagining of Ed Wood's "so bad it's good" sci-fi horror about alien invaders hell bent on wiping out the entire human race.

By Ross Wildish - 12th February 2015

Starring the likes of Vincent Price, Peter Lorre and Boris Karloff, The Comedy of Terrors is a slapstick horror-comedy that has always been regarded as a genre favourite by many for its morbid humour.

 

Arrow Video now presents The Comedy of Terrors in all its High Definition glory.

 

By Andreas Charalambous - 14th February 2015