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.
Not for the faint of heart – a sordid collection of outrageous and extreme pulp fiction novel cover art from France.
Found Footage, modern horror and 1970s British sleaze are explored in our latest video interview.
A Spanish slasher short that left unsuspecting TV viewers aghast in the early 1990s.
Class war and hidden secrets in Wes Craven’s twisted fairy tale.
Looking back at one of the great moments in outsider horror cinema from glorious eccentric Ted V. Mikels.