Evangeline Spachis captured writing-producing team Melanie Gourley and Paul Huxley (not against their will…honest!) to chat about their upcoming full-length horror feature, Seepers: A Love Story, an independent Kickstarter project that’s galvanising creatives in Sheffield, Nottingham and beyond…it sounds gross.
Less ground-breaking than his debut film, which steadily rose from word-of-mouth mania to awards darling, Peele’s follow-up Us, and not as precise in exactly what it is trying to convey, is no less disturbing.
It takes a lot for me to get excited about zombie films. As a fledging horror fan that’s a bit … More
Viewed at Hyde Park Picture House as part of #LIFF2018. It would be remiss of me to not mention that … More
If you have been listening to the hit podcast My Favorite Murder, you might be a tad more clued up … More
Amazingly, my local cinema was truly engulfed in silence on Sunday night. Despite the optimistic purchases of popcorn and other … More
…it would be natural to assume that the very nature of the horror film hinges on the reassuring quashing of the villain. This article will explore how two seminal horror films deal with this genre convention and endeavour to question just what or who can be identified as ‘monstrous’.
After watching Friday the 13th Parts 1-3 (1980, 1981, 1982 respectively) and witnessing the body count stack up well before … More
“Nobody wants to see vampire killers any more, or vampires either. Apparently all they want to see are demented madmen … More
“I’ll bet you that nine out of ten people, if they see a woman across the courtyard undressing for bed, … More