The Texas Chainsaw Massacre 2 arrives in a plush new limited edition Blu Ray boxset. This follow-up to the notorious original comes in HD with two other Tobe Hooper films that have been made available for the first time on home video.
By Andreas Charalambous - 13th October 2013
My Amityville Horror revisits one of the most notorious hauntings in the United States of America. For the first time, Daniel Lutz - eleven years old at the time his family resided in the house on Ocean Avenue - gives his take on the paranormal events and its lasting impact on his life.
By Andreas Charalambous - 15th October 2013
Based on true and bizarre circumstances surrounding the deaths of nine ski-hikers in 1959, Devil's Pass is a 'found footage' film where a modern-day investigation attempts to discover what really happened in the Russian wilderness fifty years previously.
By Andreas Charalambous - 23rd October 2013
By Andreas Charalambous - 27th October 2013
I first came across Jeremy Dyson's The Haunted Book a year ago.
As a keen fan of much of his works, I purchased the book with the expectation that Dyson would deliver his usual mixture of dark humour and unique way of telling a good ghost story.
Does it live up to expectation?
What Monsters Do is a Hidden Basement production of dark tales from the mind of author Nicholas Vince.
Tunes from the Music Hall and Green Eyes are two short stories adapted for the stage from the pages of the book by the same name.
We caught one of the performances making up a special three-night run at the Etcetera Theatre in Camden, as part of the London Horror Festival 2013.
By Anthony Silver - 28th October 2013
Best known for her role as the sexy female Cenobite from Hellbound: Hellraiser II, Barbie Wilde offers us a glimpse into the darkness of a psychopath's mind, in her novel The Venus Complex.
We review this controversial and sexually-charged tale of obsession and murder.
By Ray Aldridge Morris - 15th November 2013
The People Under The Stairs is getting the Arrow Films treatment, as it is newly-released on Blu ray.
A surprising mix of horror, comedy and downright weirdness, we take a look at this Wes Craven film from 1991, now being presented in new High Definition.
By Andreas Charalambous - 17th November 2013