In Dreams: Remembering Wes Craven

@Ventspleen2014 pays tribute..."1,2 Freddy's coming for you" With the sad news that Wes Craven has passed away, David Martin pays tribute to a horror maestro that never forgot his fans...Wes Craven was one of a kind and we will never ever see his like again. No one in the horror community would argue with this... Continue Reading →

Movie Review: Burying The Ex

Out August 4 on DVD (USA) - @VentSpleen2014 reviews...Joe Dante is a horror master and with past credits to his name including Gremlins, The Howling and numerous trips into The Twilight Zone I was looking forward to reviewing his latest offering. There are more examples of films that have got the horror (slash) comedy genre wrong... Continue Reading →

Movie Review: The Scopia Effect

@ventspleen2014 reviews...For his debut full length feature, Christopher Butler has taken a massive risk and totally disconnected with his audience. Is this the worst Independent Film I have ever seen or a work of cinematic genius?... One of the things I love so much about Independent Film is that it never feels like a safe or... Continue Reading →

In Memory of Patrick Macnee

David Martin shares his personal feelings on the passing of another film legend, Patrick Macnee...The news today that veteran British actor , Patrick Macnee has died is sad news for all of those that loved truly outstanding acting. As I am writing this for Haddonfield I won't be talking about Patrick's portrayal of Stead in... Continue Reading →

Movie Review: Curse of The Witching Tree

David Martin reviews the new British Indie film by Horror Maestro James Crow, havent heard of him yet? After this one you will do! And it's released on Monday..Bored of Hollywood, bored so fucking bored of the remakes, sorry reboots and of the tedious trawling through horrors back catalogue trying to make more money out... Continue Reading →

Nightmare On Elm Street 3: Dream Warriors

 David Martin dusts off his Fedora and sharpens his finger knives in preparation for NOES 3. 1,2 Freddy's coming for you...The third NOES film is my favourite of all the Krueger films as it perfectly balances dark humour with some tremendous gore filled sequences. The films after this one were slowly moving too far into... Continue Reading →

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