The scary TV shows made for kids in the 1970s were unnervingly good at getting under the skin – and remain just as effective today.
George Romero’s ‘lost’ film shows us a horrific vision of old age – but loses the point in a rather laboured attempt at metaphorical provocation.
Tom Jones heads an extravagant and unlikely cast in a 1972 TV special celebrating the opening of the relocated London Bridge in Arizona.
Jasmine Trinca’s tale of narcissism, mother and daughter bonding and a road trip gone bad is not exactly fun but is nevertheless oddly rewarding.
In the outlandish and fantastical world of the superhero comic, it should come as no surprise that little is off-limits, even a foray into gothic and literary horror.
The BDSM lifestyle event returns for another year to New Orleans.
The Spanish animated war film pits Care Bears against Unicorns – but it transcends its conceit to become a bleak, unsettling tale of conflict, sibling rivalry and madness.
The enhanced Mayhem screening of the Japanese classic is an interesting reinterpretation of the film.
James Nguyen’s trash trilogy reaches the final (for now) instalment – but will it be third time unlucky or is the outsider magic still there?
There’s a certain logic to most of our fears and phobias, no matter how irrational they might be. But clowns? Really?
When a festival continually emails you to say that your non-existent film has been accepted for screening and awards, you might raise an eyebrow or two.
A collection of ghoulish rock ‘n’ roll and horror stories for the spooky season.