It is time to re-experience the sublime agony of Hellraiser, as Clive Barker’s outrageously gruesome and influential horror masterwork returns to UK cinemas in a brand new 4K restoration – Hell has never looked so good! In the 1980s, Clive Barker changed the face of horror fiction, throwing out the rules
Karim Ouelhaj’s Megalomaniac is a disconcerting look at the cyclical nature of violence within a family. Full of striking imagery, this is a purposely provocative and ugly film. One that doesn’t quite dig as deep into its characters’ psyches as needed. If the story matched the painstaking imagery, then what
Snatched is one of those films that you simply cannot help but smile and laugh along with, just the right levels of absurd with sprinkles of horror homages to light you up even more – a stupendously gleeful time is to be had here in Michael Schwartz’s film. After coming
Dummy is a fun ride of a short, showing us the downward spiral of a lonely guy who just wants a partner. You get a great kick out of Lukas Hassel’s short film, which is rife with little moments to pop you.
Teresa Sutherlands‘ impactful feature debut, Lovely, Dark, and Deep, takes audiences on a journey of isolation. An impressive psychological horror that carefully creeps on you as you try to figure out what is reality. Lennon (Georgina Campbell) is granted a long-awaited position as a park ranger in an isolated outpost.
It is that wonderful time of year again for genre fans, Fantasia is here! Again we have an exceptional line-up, but here are just a few of our top picks. Be it World Premieres, International Features, live-action or animation or wonderful short films. There will be something for everyone in
Welcome back to our horror list! We have moved onto the first part of the letter P, we have some great ones in here and maybe a surprise or two as well. Enjoy. Poltergeist (1982) The film where everyone has an open suspicion that Spielberg wanted to direct a horror
A fantastically effective horror, The Deep House works on your fears of being underwater with limited oxygen and amplifies it tenfold with a haunted house. As fresh as it comes, this isn’t one to miss.
Filmmakers John Campopiano and Chris Griffiths present audiences with their definitive look back at the much-loved IT miniseries in Pennywise: The Story of IT. Full of details the avid fan will love, there is a lot here to enjoy. Exploring the 1990 miniseries, based on Stephen King’s iconic novel IT,
An ambitious film that does stretch itself a tad too thin at times, Bite is still a great watch that warmly embraces its horror to provide quite a few inducing moments. James Owen’s debut feature is one that satisfies. Nina (Shian Denovan) is desperate to put her life back on