mother! (2017) Review
Unpredictable, terrifying, and completely unforgettable, Darren Aronofsky’s mother! is like nothing you’ve seen before. It’s refreshing to see a...
Interview – Annabelle: Creation Cinematographer Maxime Alexandre
With Annabelle: Creation still making waves in recent weeks and paving the way for IT to dominate this past...
Terrifying First Trailer Arrives For Insidious: The Last Key
Five Keys, New Mexico is the latest destination for the Insidious series as the latest movie in the continuing...
LFF 2017 – Ingrid Goes West Review
  Social media satire makes Aubrey Plaza an insta-star Like.  Like.  Like.  Every photograph that comes up on Instagram gets the same accolade from Ingrid (Aubrey Plaza) – regardless of what it shows or who posted it.  Which makes her “liking” anything meaningless.  Except that it goes further than... Read more
Interview – The Ritual Director Of Photography Andrew Shulkind
With The Ritual having proved at this year’s Toronto Film Festival that horror is still well and truly on the map, we took the opportunity to pose some questions to Director of Photography, Andrew Shulkind, as he talked the horror genre, working on the film and much more… Horror... Read more
mother! (2017) Review

mother! (2017) Review

MoviesReviews 15th September 2017 0

Unpredictable, terrifying, and completely unforgettable, Darren Aronofsky’s mother! is like nothing you’ve seen before. It’s refreshing to see a marketing campaign like the one for Darren Aronofsky’s latest film, mother! The trailers have been shrouded in secrecy, and the posters have been nothing short of magnificent. One of the... Read more
Churchill Home Entertainment Release Details
Step into the battle-worn shoes of our country’s Greatest Briton as he tackles the most momentous international conflict of modern history as Churchill debuts on digital download on October 9thand on Blu-ray and DVD on October 16th, courtesy of Lionsgate Home Entertainment UK. Brian Cox (Zodiac, Braveheart) delivers the powerhouse... Read more
Interview – Annabelle: Creation Cinematographer Maxime Alexandre
With Annabelle: Creation still making waves in recent weeks and paving the way for IT to dominate this past week’s box office, we posed some questions to the sequel’s cinematographer Maxime Alexandre, as he discussed his approach to creating the feel of a great horror and much more… With... Read more
Terrifying First Trailer Arrives For Insidious: The Last Key
Five Keys, New Mexico is the latest destination for the Insidious series as the latest movie in the continuing franchise, Insidious: The Last Key sees Lin Shaye’s Dr. Elise Rainier investigating a haunting in a place she remembers dearly – her own family home. This may well be her... Read more
Dare You Enter The Crypt? A Sci-Fi Short Film Concept That Delivers The Tension
Premiering last weekend at Frightfest, concept short film Crypt is the newest addition to the horror genre, laying the foundations for a feature film that is in the making, and we have a fantastic look at the short film itself for your viewing pleasure. You can watch Crypt below.... Read more
The Howling Home Entertainment Release Details
Studiocanal is excited to announce that the darkly comic horror classic The Howling – the film which changed the look and feel of werewolf movies for years to come when it first released back in 1981 – gnaws its way onto newly restored edition DVD, Digital Download and, for... Read more
Prepare For IT With New Featurette And Midnight Screenings
We’re a matter of days away from the new and updated version of Stephen King’s classic tale IT and to celebrate we have a brand new featurette teasing us what to expect from the film, along with details of midnight screenings set to take place at ODEON Cinemas. You... Read more
Spotlight: Gaspar Noé And French Extremist Cinema
Words By Owen Trewartha Edgy, flash-in-the-pan, or cinema’s most intriguing genre? The state of western cinema has become generally stale and shows signs of regressing into the more cookie cutter and heavily profit-driven style of ‘golden age’ Hollywood. A conveyor belt of the same film being reproduced over and... Read more
The Limehouse Golem (2017) Review
Bloodless gothic mystery Bill Nighy has a problem in The Limehouse Golem – and it’s not just tracking down a murderer with a gruesome taste for blood.  His Inspector Kildare has been handed something of a poisoned chalice, a case that everybody believes is impossible to solve.  He’s been... Read more
Hatchet Reboot Victor Crowley To Debut At Frightfest
Following the slasher reboot’s surprise debut at Hollywood’s ArcLight Cinema, Horror Channel FrightFest has announced that its “Hatchet 10th Anniversary Celebration” is in fact the European premiere of Adam Green’s Victor Crowley, the fourth film in the Hatchet series. Set a decade after the events of the series’ first... Read more
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