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 →

Film review: Evidence

Another film in the seemingly endless found footage sub-genre Evidence does an alright job in creating an atmosphere for the most part before it careens of into an unexplained Cabin In The Woods style shift.The quick synopsis – Ryan (Ryan McCoy) is making a documentary on his friend, Brett (Brett Rosenberg) about camping for the... Continue Reading →

Film News – HorrorShow.TV recruits Scott Weinberg and adds 70 titles to its growing portfolio

Exciting news from the Pay-as-You platform...Award-nominated VOD destination TheHorrorShow.TV has cranked up its editorial content by hiring renowned horror critic Scott Weinberg to the new TheHorrorShow.TV blog where his reviews of new and upcoming horror films will be accompanied by news, previews and updates on a wide variety of new and retro horror films, including... Continue Reading →

Film Review – Eden Lake

Wolfpaw gets comfy with British horror down at Eden Lake...It is so nice when a film sort of wraps you in a cosy warm blanket and makes you feel all safe and warm, Eden Lake will not do that. Instead it will wrap you in barbed wire and tear your senses to shreds as it... Continue Reading →

Film Review – Nurse

Ryan may need some medical assistance after watching Nurse...Nurse never goes for realism nor does it get too deep into the characters but what is lacks in those departments it more than makes up for in fun. Yes the story in Nurse is slight and its one you’ve seen or heard of a million times... Continue Reading →

Short Film – Service

We love indie films here at Haddonfield Horror and were excited to receive word of a new short from Jerry Pyle..."Service, starring Denna Lynn Thomsen and James Babson (Hellboy, Solomon Kane) is making its debut this spring on the festival circuit.It's the second horror short from Jerry Pyle out of Los Angeles, CA. His first... Continue Reading →

Film Review – Vampires Los Muertos

 From the sublime to the ridiculous.  Wolfpaw gets his teeth into another vampire film...I like vampire films.Let me rephrase that, I like good vampire films i.e. Near Dark or Let the Right One In.There are so many vampire films to choose from there is a good chance that somewhere along the line you are going... Continue Reading →

Film News – Maps to the Stars trailer

David Cronenberg's latest film deals with the most horrific thing of all... Hollywood families..."Led by the loathsome yet funny and touching child-star Benjie, we witness the convoluted world of shallow, selfish celebrities and their minions, all of whom are about to be manipulated and destroyed by the young woman who literally represents the fruit of... Continue Reading →

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