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 constant implication in superhero films, that women are inherently powerless with their destinies shaped by the actions of men, does not seem a particularly empowering narrative.
Channel 4’s art show examines the appeal of horror films in a somewhat haphazard manner.
A collection of cheap but cheerful short sci-fi and horror romps.
The horror movie magazine’s short-lived video series took a curious turn towards the Satanic in its second edition.
A collection of movie posters that promised patrons something rather different than the film that they would eventually see.
A selection of ludicrous and entirely unsuitable VHS artwork for films that would either disappoint or horrify anyone attracted by these covers.
Steven Spielberg’s debut feature, and the Richard Matheson short story that it is based on, remain masterclasses in paranoid terror.
The new film from the maker of The Woman with Leopard Shoes looks to be an intense, paranoid horror thriller.
Paul Verhoeven looks set for a return to upsetting the critical dullards with an erotic and provocative nunsploitation movie.
The mysterious, unexplored world of the strange and wonderful chika idol scene.
Looking back at Britain’s most outrageous and chaotically inept television channel, the home of sex and violence, banned movies and disrupted broadcasts.