Opening our preview of Mayhem Film Festival highlights with a look at an extraordinary and forgotten Japanese study in obsession and psychosis.
One of the more outrageous films from the Golden Age of Italian exploitation cinema.
It’s not all about flowers and romance – here are the movies that rip the heart out of Valentine’s Day.
A new, semi-regular collection of obscure cult classics to enjoy in their entirety kicks off with this 1960s splattery shocker.
Not for the faint of heart – a sordid collection of outrageous and extreme pulp fiction novel cover art from France.
The newly-made follow-up – in name only – to the notorious Video Nasty is not an enjoyable viewing experience.
A Spanish slasher short that left unsuspecting TV viewers aghast in the early 1990s.
Melissa Todd takes part in a low-budget horror movie production and lives to tell the tale.
Concluding our Hammer Horror retrospective with a look at the last gasp of the traditional gothic horror and the final chapter in the Frankenstein saga.
Continuing our look at Hammer Horror with one of the company’s most impressive works from the 1970s.
Remembering the oddball world of underground video production, tape trading and sexploitation splatter movies.
The horror movie magazine’s short-lived video series took a curious turn towards the Satanic in its second edition.