George Romero and Stephen King’s loving tribute to the glory days of EC Comics.
In its centenary year, we take a critical look back at the first Dracula film and the movie that kickstarted gothic horror as we know it.
Continuing our Hammer Horror retrospective with a look at their awkward but intriguing collision of the traditional gothic and the martial arts movie.
Continuing our Hammer Horror retrospective with a look at their impressive reinvention of a moribund genre.
The unexpected pleasures of the 1984 sci-fi zombie classic, where girls kick ass and go shopping, and no one is trying to establish their right-on credentials in the process.
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.
A classic slice of retro Horror Rock from the legendary shock rocker.
Looking back at the films made with Borid Karloff by the reluctant horror film producer Val Lewton.
The strange story of an unfilmed, crowdfunded zombie movie.
Full Moon Pictures manage to make the current pandemic even more unpleasant with a grotty cash-in.
George Romero’s first film after Dawn of the Dead was an ambitious attempt to break free of the horror straitjacket.
The Italian gore maestro’s gothic spectacular is both grandiosely ambitious and irritatingly flawed.