THE CURED Review – In Cinemas 11th May

The Cured, starring Ellen Page & Sam Keeley, isn’t quite like all the other zombie apocalypse movies on the market. The story's premise is based on the infected being treated and cured of their once-zombie-like state. However, nothing is ever easy in this thought-provoking horror thriller.

SLASHER.COM Review – On Digital Download Now

A couple meet online despite warnings a serial killer is picking his victims from dating websites. Undeterred, they plan to meet and stay at a deserted cabin in the woods, but soon discover they're not alone. Disturbing, twisted slasher horror starring Jewel Shepard.

BEAST Review – In Cinemas Now

Michael Pearce’s debut feature BEAST is a psycho-sexual Cinderella-story framed by the beautiful, rugged background of Jersey. Inspired by the real life psychopath ‘the Beast of Jersey’, it stars Jessie Buckley as the put-down, repressed woman who meets Johnny Flynn's handsome prime suspect to a series of murders.

THE STRANGERS: PREY AT NIGHT Review

An All American family's road trip turns to terror and slaughter when they turn up to find the trailer park strangely deserted and Uncle Marvin, who invited them, dead and mangled. Christina Hendricks stars in horror sequel THE STRANGERS: PREY AT NIGHT (2018). In cinemas 4th May.

A QUIET PLACE Review – In Cinemas Now

John Krasinki's bold decision to direct and star in a story in a setting where being silent is a prerequisite to survival for his first horror outing, A QUIET PLACE, proving that an almost constantly silent backdrop can enhance a suspenseful atmosphere.

BELLA IN THE WYCH ELM Review – on DVD

From writer-director Tom Lee Rutter, BELLA IN THE WYCH ELM is a Midlands Phantasmagoria, a darkly beautiful and true murder mystery that began Seventy-five years ago, when schoolboys trespassing through Hagley Woods made a horrific discovery, prompting the question: Who Put Bella in the Wych Elm?

TRUTH OR DARE Review – In Cinemas 13th April

College friends celebrating their “Final Spring break before life tears us apart” head for a haunted house in a remote town in Mexico. There they are plunged into an escalating nightmare of terror, catalysed by their desperate answers to the question: Truth or Dare?

THE FERRYMAN Review – On VOD 13th April

A depressed young woman is stalked by a malevolent force in this chilling, atmospheric horror from writer/director Elliott Maguire. Available on VOD 13th April, 2018.

GHOST STORIES Review – In Cinemas 6th April

Based on their terrifying West End Play, Andy Nyman & Jeremy Dyson bring their horror anthology to the big screen. Prof. Goodman’s (Nyman) life takes an unexpected turn when he is challenged by a former mentor to investigate and resolve three unsolved hauntings.

ALIEN DOMICILE Review – Available 9th April

Deep underground in the Nevada Desert, something is amiss. After decades of secrecy, the US Military has finally come clean and acknowledged the existence of the top secret area known only as Area 51. What goes on there is a different matter.

Rigor Mortis (2013) | Review

Rigor Mortis begins with a corpse. A woman slain, as the remnants of her struggle appear scattered across the scene. The film opens with this very candid comment from the film’s principal character, a washed-up actor who is tired of smiling, and even more tired of life.

Cub (Welp) (2014) dir. Jonas Govaerts | Review

Flemish filmmaker Jonas Govaerts debut feature CUB focuses on a group of scouts on a typical woodland camping expedition. But these are no ordinary woods and our impressionable young lead Sam (Maurice Luijten) is no ordinary boy.

Insidious Chapter 3 (2015) | Review

Our favourite franchise is back, and this time, it comes in the form of a prequel. INSIDIOUS: CHAPTER 3 is written by, directed by, and starring Leigh Whannell, which begs the question: what can’t this man do?

Cape Fear (1991) | Review

Martin Scorsese’s version of CAPE FEAR (the original film was directed by J. Lee Thompson and released in 1962), In an era when Hollywood seems to churn out pointless and anonymous remakes ad nauseum,  is an example of a remake done right.

Zombieland (2009) | Review

Avoiding the metaphoric set-up akin to that of a limping zombie, let’s bite straight at the hyperbolic jugular of this review. ZOMBIELAND is an unashamedly OTT slick slice of geektastic entertainment that easily ranks amongst the most enjoyable you’ll spend in a darkened room this year.

The Last House on the Left (2009) | Review

In 1972, The Last House on the Left was the film that launched Wes Craven's career, so it only seems right that, if it is going to be remade, he oversee it himself as co-producer, along with Sean Cunningham (Friday the 13th), who produced the earlier version.