As the only person seen on screen for the full duration of Warren Dudley’s tense and enthralling Cage, Lucy Quinlan has a mammoth task upon her hands and provides a striking and incredible performance to help drive the film’s rather strong...
Over the last few years, on-demand streaming services have been shaping the way we consume our entertainment. Catching-up on an episode we missed on air developed into binge-watching entire back catalogues of forgotten works, all neatly stored away in...
At a mere 27 years of age, debutant writer-director Nicolas Pesce has crafted a simply unforgettable exercise in fear with The Eyes of My Mother. We loved the film, naming it an “immaculately horrifying vision” in our official review, and...
As the only person seen on screen for the full duration of Warren Dudley’s tense and enthralling Cage, Lucy Quinlan has a mammoth task upon her hands and provides a striking and incredible performance to help drive the film’s rather strong narrative to an impressive level. Taking time out to talk to Filmoria, Lucy spoke to us about the process of making the film, how it was being the sole actress on screen and what the future holds… Congratulations... Read more
Arriving online this afternoon is a freaky new teaser trailer for forthcoming teen horror, Wish Upon, which is brought to us by Annabelle director John R. Leonetti. Starring Joey King, Ryan Phillippe, Ki Hong Lee, Mitchell Slaggert, Shannon Purser, Sydney Park, Alice Lee, Kevin Hanchard, and Sherilyn Fenn, this creepy new movie showcases a cursed music box which has the power to grant its owner seven wishes, but with each one comes a torrid streak... Read more
In somewhat of an homage to H.R Giger, the original designer on the sci-fi classic, Alien. This brand new poster for Ridley Scott’s Alien: Covenant, looks both incredibly frightening and also gorgeous to behold. Heavily featured of course are the Xenomorphs themselves, twistedly and violently overpowering what appear to be Engineers (that’s the Space Jockey race for the Prometheus-uninitiated), whilst flanked by Facehuggers. At the top... Read more
Netflix have debuted the very first teaser trailer for their upcoming Manga adaptation Death Note; the highly popular series written and developed by Tsugumi Ohba and Takeshi Obata. Starring Paper Towns‘ Nat Wolff, Death Note follows a high schooler who happens across a mysterious, supernatural notebook. Once he realises the immense power of this piece – which will kill anyone whose name is scribed into its gloomy pages – he devises... Read more
The Soska Sisters are heading up the latest Slasher Season to hit The Horror Channel, with the UK TV premiere of See No Evil 2 seeing the returning of WWE superstar Glenn ‘Kane’ Jacobs’ Jacob Goodnight emerging from the grips of death to terrorise a new group on unwitting individuals including scream queen Danielle Harris and Katharine Isabelle. Following the April 7th introduction to this season which promises plenty of bloodshed... Read more
Over the last few years, on-demand streaming services have been shaping the way we consume our entertainment. Catching-up on an episode we missed on air developed into binge-watching entire back catalogues of forgotten works, all neatly stored away in the digital archives of our browsers. The master system of them all however – Netflix – was at the forefront of the latest way to witness: Original Programming. Whether an entire season is... Read more
The good people at 20th Century Fox UK have provided a brand new trailer for Ridley Scott’s hugely-anticipated addition to his legendary sci-fi horror franchise, Alien: Covenant. Starring Michael Fassbender, James Franco, Katherine Waterston, Billy Crudup, Demián Bichir, Carmen Ejogo, and Danny McBride, the latest instalment in the series bursts into UK cinemas on 12th May. This new UK trailer teases some previous unseen imagery, and maintains... Read more
At a mere 27 years of age, debutant writer-director Nicolas Pesce has crafted a simply unforgettable exercise in fear with The Eyes of My Mother. We loved the film, naming it an “immaculately horrifying vision” in our official review, and praising Pesce’s richly cinematic approach to shot composition, characterisation, and genre. To celebrate the UK release of this monochrome nightmare, Filmoria Sub-Editor Chris Haydon caught up with... Read more
Debutant writer-director Nicolas Pesce has crafted an immaculately horrifying vision with The Eyes of My Mother; a bloodcurdling monochrome nightmare, which drip-feeds dread with malicious precision. In an era defined by lazy, recycled scare tactics, this briskly-paced, cinematically-rich examination of fear burrows deep into the darkest recesses of the psyche, and refuses to budge long after the curtain call. This artful, yet unashamedly depraved,... Read more
Everybody has one absolute classic film that they haven’t seen, right? The film that will come up time and time again, and excuses for not having seen it get weaker and weaker each time. At Filmoria, our ‘I’ve Never Seen’ feature allows all of our writers to finally banish that monkey that’s hanging over our backs, with ET, Psycho and The Goonies amongst the entries so far. I had that. I hadn’t seen Gone with the... Read more
Somewhat of a far cry from the lands of Westeros and her dragon-led charge in Game Of Thrones, Emilia Clarke remains an actress who is always looking for interesting roles in the world of films. While her Terminator experience may not have been memorable, Clarke has gone on to some interesting properties, with Me Before You certainly garnering positive reactions, and now she takes a turn towards the supernatural in the upcoming Voice From The Stone. With... Read more
It’s late at night and a guy wanders through a pleasant suburb, checking his phone. Then he realises he’s being followed by a car. It’s playing Flanagan and Allen’s “Run, Rabbit, Run”. Never has that trite little song seemed so sinister, or so strangely funny, and yet it rather sets the tone for Jordan Peele’s debut as a director, Get Out. Not that he’s a complete newbie to movies, with acting and voiceover credits to his name,... Read more