By Andreas Charalambous - 19th November 2013
Following the recent success of James Wan’s The Conjuring, many readers with an interest in the paranormal may have investigated further the names of Ed and Lorraine Warren.
Although a fictional tale, The Conjuring does have an element of fact in its narrative. The opening scene of the film introduces us to the case of Annabelle – a doll that appears to be host to something paranormal. This is just one of the real-life cases that Ed and Lorraine Warren had actually investigated, and one of the early chapters of the book, The Demonologist: The Extraordinary Career of Ed and Lorraine Warren.
What do you get when you mix kung fu-fighting gangs battling over an evil supernatural being, a flying creature that is covered in eyeballs, monsters from another dimension and a gung-ho, bumbling, all-action all-American truck driving hero?
You get cult classic, that’s what!!
We take a look at Arrow's brand new Steelbox Blu Ray presentation of this 1980s John Carpenter cult classic.
By Andreas Charalambous - 4th December 2013
Penned by first-time author Neil Spring, The Ghost Hunters tells the story of Harry Price and Sarah Grey, whose paranormal investigations lead them to Borley Rectory - reputedly the most haunted location in Britain.
Having debunked other 'hauntings' before, will they prove the same here, or does something more sinister await them at the Rectory?
By Andreas Charalambous - 23rd January 2014
Hell Comes to Frogtown is 'the other' cult film starring wrestling legend, Rowdy Roddy Piper to come out of 1988.
As one of the few fertile men remaining after a nuclear fallout, Sam Hell is on a mission to save a group of equally-fertile women - and thus, the human race - from the clutches of mutant frogs.
By Andreas Charalambous - 30th January 2014
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