The Pack Trailer + Poster

Killer Dogs!...Over the years (and more recently) mankind has done some pretty awful things to animals, dogs have not been immune to this savagery either. So its great to see a killer dog flick on the way, my only issue is that I'll be hoping the dogs win...anywho - here's the trailer for the Australian... Continue Reading →

Movie Review: Charlie’s Farm

@TigersMS78 takes a trip to Charlie's Farm...Chris Sun follows up his 2012 film Daddy’s Little Girl, with a film that has neither the moral questions (not that the film really asked any) nor the relatable storyline of that film, welcome to Charlie’s Farm. The film does have little tension, no scares, a bag full of cliches and some outlandish (and... Continue Reading →

Movie Review: The Babadook (2014)

@TigersMS78 is very, very impressed with The Babadook so he is positively giddy with excitement with its release this week on DVD...It has been a while since I have seen a film that was so beautifully shot, acted and directed, that this film was a horror film makes me happy, that this film was Australian... Continue Reading →

Movie Review: There’s Something In The Pilliga

@TigersMS78 travels deep into the scrub to find out what is in the Pilliga...Dane Millerd's There's Something in the Pilliga, trods the well worn POV, shakey cam, found footage path that has inudated horror for the past few years. Yes it holds all the pratfalls of the films that came before it but it does manage to provide some... Continue Reading →

Deranged Doctors. Flesh eating mutants. Wyrmwood.

Wyrmwood trailer...The film stars Jay Gallagher, Bianca Bradey, Leon Burchill & Luke McKenzie. It is directed by Kiah Roache-Turner.SynopsisOn the eve of a zombie apocalypse, Barry's sister Brooke is kidnapped by a sinister team of gas-mask donning soldiers and experimented on by a deranged doctor. While Brooke plans her escape, Barry attempts to find his... Continue Reading →

Movie Review: The Babadook

@MsLauraHall reviews The Badadook - and honestly they should get a room...“If it’s in a word or in a look, you can’t get rid of the Babadook” and nor do I want to. I love it so much I want to take it to dinner with my parents and then go to IKEA with it... Continue Reading →

Charile’s Farm – DO NOT VISIT

The Australian outback is unforgiving at the best of times... Trailer for Charlie's Farm proves that you don't go anywhere in the outback.Stars Tara Reid, Nathan Jones, Allira Jaques, Bill Moseley, Kane Hodder, Dean Kirkright, Sam Coward and is directed by Chris Sun.SynopsisIn an effort to do something different, four friends head into Australia's outback to... Continue Reading →

Review – Wolf Creek 2

by Ryan Morrissey-SmithSequels are a tricky business, more so for horror films. The desire to create the same atmosphere that made the first film resonate with audiences would be a difficult task and besides that who wants to recover old ground? ...With Wolf Creek 2 director Greg McLean must’ve thought this was the case as... Continue Reading →

Review – Muirhouse

By RJ BayleyThere must be an army of like minded horror fans out there who are all too keen to rally around the found footage format and defend it to the hilt. Not for what the genre is though. Sure it's offered some fantastic movies unto the altar of horror (Cloverfield, Rec. and the criminally... Continue Reading →

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