One of the more outrageous films from the Golden Age of Italian exploitation cinema.
The unexpectedly popular 1980s horror compilation might be almost forgotten today, but it still packs a punch.
Yakuza action meets gothic horror in a 1970s Japanese movie classic.
A deliciously ghoulish album from the golden age of trading cards and sticker collections.
It’s not all about flowers and romance – here are the movies that rip the heart out of Valentine’s Day.
Is this the end for Noah Brown’s evil brat? Some things can never be recovered from…
A collection of our greatest festive articles and galleries.
One man’s mission to watch, review or simply acknowledge the existence of the endless number of zero-budget British horror films made – so far – during the 21st Century.
The birth of Amicus horror – a stumbling but charming multi-story fright film with an eccentric cast and rather familiar narratives.
One of the clumsiest horror films of the 1980s, notable only for its ludicrously bad special effects, is re-examined.
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.
A collection of ghoulish rock ‘n’ roll and horror stories for the spooky season.