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
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