Ash vs. Evil Dead Comic-Con Reveals

Here are the Biggest Horror Reveals from San Diego Comic Con

San Diego Comic-Con is essentially the pop culture hub for the entire globe. It’s where everything gets revealed to an audience of thousands upon thousands of fans. From movies...

Frightfest 2016 Interview: Andy Edwards

British filmmaker Andy Edwards is hardly one to beat around the bush, particularly when taking into account that he's the man behind such shorts as Houseparty Of The Dead...

Frightfest 2016 Review: SiREN

A feature-length film based off the weakest V/H/S segment? Who the hell thought that would be a good idea? Lots of people, apparently, if SiREN (no idea why the...

Frightfest 2016 Spotlight: Under The Shadow

With just a few days to go until Frightfest takes over the Vue in Shepherds Bush, Joey Keogh takes a look at some of the most anticipated movies on this year’s jam-packed schedule. This...

Frightfest 2016 Review: Train To Busan

Just when it seems we've seen zombies in every possible, horrible situation imaginable (lest we forget, 2013's brilliant Stalled put them in a toilet) Train To Busan trundles into...
Spooky Empire

Event Recap: Spooky Empire 2016

In October, Spooky Empire was gearing up for what was going to be its biggest convention ever—by far. They’d moved to the Orlando Convention Center, they’d pulled together an...
Rob Zombie's 31

Frightfest 2016 Review: Rob Zombie’s 31

Rob Zombie's 31 opens with a lengthy, to-camera monologue shot in surprisingly (for this particular filmmaker) arty monochrome. A paint-and-blood splattered miscreant addresses the audience, spitting out some of the...
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Frightfest 2015: Special Guests Revealed

Not content with boasting the most mouth-watering line-up of horror flicks imaginable, Frightfest has just announced the special guests for this year's festival and, suffice to say, be prepared...

Frightfest 2016 Review: Broken

Broken begins with its tetraplegic central character, John, shitting himself and immediately giving his live-in carer Evie a hard time for not helping him quickly enough. This could feasibly...

Frightfest 2016 Interview: Nick Jongerius & Chris W. Mitchell on Windmill Massacre

If you were to make a list of the scariest places in the world, let alone the best spots to set a horror movie, it's unlikely The Netherlands would...
Adam Green

Exclusive Interview – Adam Green On Fans, Flicks & Festivals

Fan favourite Adam Green speaks to Joey Keogh about fans, flicks and the importance of being treated like a normal human being at festivals. Adam Green has always been a...
Sadako vs. Kayako

Frightfest 2016 Spotlight: Sadako Vs Kayako

With less than a month to go until Frightfest takes over the Vue in Shepherds Bush, Joey Keogh takes a look at some of the most anticipated movies on this year’s jam-packed schedule. This...

FEARnyc Horror Fest Is Your Ideal Halloween Warm Up Event

The inaugural FEARnyc horror film festival has just announced its full lineup for 2016 and it's so insanely jam-packed we might just move to New York for the week. The...

Frightfest 2016 Review: Mercy

Back in 2013, Anthony DiBlasi's chilly slow-burner Missionary was one of the most talked-about films of the Frightfest weekend - and it wasn't even considered, by most, to be...

Frightfest 2016 Review: Beyond The Gates

Fans of Jumanji (and defenders of it as a still-scary kids' horror movie) rejoice, we finally have our very own, grown-up version in Beyond The Gates. The debut feature...