Patrick Stewart as a Neo Nazi clubhouse leader getting rid of a band of witnesses sounds great right? As Terry Lewis finds out in his review of Green Room, it’s more “irritable with some immensely satisfying kills.”
Game Of Thrones’ Natalie Dormer goes off into a suicide spot wood in The Forest – Terry Lewis finds out it ends as well as you expect
Pride And Prejudice And Zombies shuffles onto the big screen with the undead meets classic literature joke being disappointingly unfulfilled in Terry Lewis’ review of it.
Just in time for that scariest time of year – Valentine’s Day – Terry Lewis checks in with his early UK review of the film adaptation of the Goosebumps children’s horror book franchise.
We review the Eli Roth produced horror movie The Stranger.
A review of low budget British horror Howl; starring Sean Pertwee as the train driver of a stranded train, being hounded by werewolves.
Paranormal Activity: The Ghost Dimension, reviewed in full by Ayden Walker.
Pay The Ghost is “a suspenseful and engaging thriller.” Read our full review of the Nicolas Cage horror movie now.
Marshall Julius gives a gravely honest review of Guillermo del Toro’s Crimson Peak in the latest edition of Marshall At The Movies.
DVD review of meta-busting horror re-quel The Town That Dreaded Sundown.
Rutger Hauer takes on a supernatural monster in Split Second, but how does the low-budget cult movie hold-up on Blu-ray? Read our review to find out.
Arnold Schwarzenegger tackles a serious role as his daughter begins to slowly transform into a zombie, with Maggie.
Marshall at the Movies heads into the woods for a blood-soaked bash at brain-gobbling Arnold Schwarzenegger zombie drama, Maggie.
Find out how far the follow up to Sinister will go in this rather gruesome Rated-R red band trailer from Comic con that’s totally Not Safe For Work!
Not one but two trailers of the big screen version of the children’s horror book series Goosebumps starring Jack Black!
A release date for the UK showing of Sharknado 3: Oh Hell No! on SyFy has been announced along with a new trailer!
Find out what makes It Follows “the best horror film in decades”, and a “must buy Blu-ray.”
Poltergeists go head-to-head in Terry Lewis’ comparative review/examination of the cult horror classic, and its brand new remake.
Elijah Wood and Sasha Grey star in thriller Open Windows; a “difficult to watch” film about an actress who becomes the victim of a hugely invasive hack attack.
A quirky, supernatural black comedy, Horns sees Daniel ‘Harry Potter’ Radcliffe star as a man accused of his girlfriend’s murder, and strangely growing horns.
From the creators of Flight Of The Conchords comes vampire mockumentary What We Do In The Shadows. Read our Blu-ray review to see if this is a comedy with bite.
Annabelle review; find out if The Conjuring prequel lives up to it’s scary predecessor, or is as terrifying as an old china doll.
Read our review of Jaws to learn not only why this classic film is still relevant today, but how good the new remaster is, and why you should re-watch it.
When almost everyone disappears after a blackout, four survivors struggle on, but is Vanishing on 7th Street worth buying, or does it make you crave a blackout?