We re-enter the realm of horror comedy with Blumhouse’s Happy Death Day – is it worth watching again and again and again?
10 Cloverfield Lane is an exceptional psychological horror. However it has one fatal flaw which I might mention throughout the review. Only once or twice. Maybe three times…
An adaption of M.R.Carey’s debut novel, The Girl With All The Gifts gives us a fun interpretation of the zombie apocalypse with some original ideas and a strong cast.
We enter werewolf country in Dog Soldiers – my first (and only!) revisit this horror-thon. How does it hold up after 10 years? Let’s find out…
Day #10 gives us the excellent Don’t Breathe, following a young group of burglars who attempt to rob a blind man’s home. Needless to say, it doesn’t go well…
1986’s The Fly gave birth to the phrase ‘Be Afraid. Be very afraid’. But is there anything to really be afraid of in this body horror sci-fi?
Day #8 brings us 2016’s The Void, a supernatural horror with a penchant for tentacles. But did it drag me away?
Today we take a look at one of Chaz’s favourites, The Faculty. A 90s body snatching romp, does it hold up?
A bit of a switch up here as we enter the realm of the full on thriller with 2014’s The Guest. But is it a welcome, or unwanted one?
The Witch is a film committed to detail and determined to examine the truth about fear – is it mostly created in our minds, or does it live out in the woods? Let’s find out on day #5 of the October Horror-thon.