Interviews

Interview: ‘Dinner In America’ Star Kyle Gallner

[This interview originally featured in Issue #3 of our digital magazine] From the inside of his car, Kyle Gallner laughs about how it’s been tough finding an acting job during a global pandemic, which seems fair although hard to believe when talking to someone with…

Film Reviews, Horror

REVIEW: A Quiet Place Part II (2021)

Even though nature is healing and the world is gradually returning to normal, we all find ourselves trying to piece life back together again and discover the positive after coping through a year of negativity. Hope is a word that could be used to describe…

Film Reviews, Horror, Latest

REVIEW: Possessor (2020)

The human mind is a battleground overflowing with emotive expressions, confusion, confliction and animalistic natures that cannot be tamed. It is within this psyche that we begin to question our innermost thoughts and feelings, our connection with the world around us and our own purpose….

Interviews, Latest

INTERVIEW: ‘Relic’ Director Natalie Erika James

Director Natalie Erika-James’ directorial debut Relic, is a heart-breaking horror film that looks at humanity and our connections with family. The film follows three generations of women from one family as they come together to face the shadows that haunt their minds and their family…

Fantasy, Film Reviews, Films, Foreign, Horror

REVIEW: Koko-di Koko-da (2020)

Traumatic events always leave us in a never-ending loop of regret, depression and scenarios that could exist within a different parallel universe. They can cause the breakdown of relationships and keep us from ever healing from the event that happened, which is why they can…

Film Reviews, Horror, Latest, Reviews, Sci-Fi

REVIEW: Peripheral (2020)

Being a writer has often been associated with being a recreational user of drugs, alcohol and anything else that is typically considered as indulgent and a little more risque. That is certainly the truth for many writers out there, however, some of the most famous…

Film Reviews, Horror, VOD

REVIEW: Relic (2020)

The perception of family is one that we have seen time and time again become the strong basis for exerting horror onto the screen for the audiences; Ari Aster’s Hereditary dealt with feelings of resentment towards parents and children, all the whilst coping with grief;…

Comedy, Film Reviews, Horror

REVIEW: Porno (2020)

There is a certain risk titling a film Porno, one of those being the perception of exactly what the movie is about and how to find information about that film online. However, it is one certain way to ensure that horror fans with a love…

Film Reviews, Horror, VOD

REVIEW: The Wretched (2020)

The horror genre is one that has been long saturated with sub-standard films desperate to permeate the surface and frighten at least one person who finds themselves watching. The Wretched provides itself with all the correct framework in order to become an ominous and unsettling…