The new documentary about the Child’s Play franchise ignores some significant stories in favour of back-slapping self-congratulation.
The end of the Seventies and the start of the Eighties is captured on the front of the publications of the time.
George Romero and Stephen King’s loving tribute to the glory days of EC Comics.
The problems in adapting a complex story for the screen laid bare in John Irvin’s messy, compromised version of Peter Straub’s magnificent novel.
The horror movie magazine’s short-lived video series took a curious turn towards the Satanic in its second edition.
One of the cult classics of the early 1980s fails to live up to the promise of its own imagery and outlandishly tasteless premise.
The mad folly of the psychedelic, spectoramic, Futursound-enhanced 1977 Italian version of the Japanese monster movie classic.
the most beloved of horror films has never felt more timely – but it remains a film that signals its misanthropy rather too loudly for its own good.
Looking back at 1980’s grindhouse favourite Basket case and the belated sequels.
The home make-up kit that promised to transform you into horrible creatures, but which was fiendishly hard to use.
Looking back at the ground-breaking Stephen King mini-series from 1979.