‘In a Violent Nature’ Stalking UK & Irish Cinemas from 12 July
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by Oliver Mitchell
12h ago
A fresh and terrifying face in horror cinema is set to debut in UK and Irish cinemas on 12 July with Chris Nash’s highly anticipated feature film, In a Violent Nature. The movie, which premiered to enthusiastic reviews at the Sundance Film Festival, introduces audiences to Johnny, a new masked killer who will stop at nothing to reclaim a precious locket. In a Violent Nature, Nash’s debut feature as both writer and director, is poised to make a significant impact on the horror genre. Known for his work on ABCs of Death 2, Nash has crafted a film that is both innovative and deeply rooted in the ..read more
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Win a Blu-ray of CRAZY FAMILY from the Directors Company Collection
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by Peter Campbell
1d ago
Celebrating the 40th Anniversary of one of Japan’s wildest cult films, from the director of Electric Dragon 80000v, Crazy Thunder Road and Burst City we are giving you a chance to win a copy of the insanity that is CRAZY FAMILY. Win a Blu-ray of CRAZY FAMILY from the Directors Company Collection The Kobayashi family finally are able to move out of their tiny, cramped Tokyo apartment to the suburban house of their dreams. But things are not as perfect as they seem: the house is infested by termites and the family starts going crazy. As the Kobayashis’ house begins to crumble, so does the sanit ..read more
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5 Great but Oft-forgotten Horror Movies of the 1980s
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by Jasmine Clarke
1d ago
The 1980s were a transformative decade for horror, giving birth to iconic franchises and legendary filmmakers. Off the back of the titanic releases of the 70s like Halloween (1978), The Texas Chainsaw Massacre (1974) and Jaws (1975), filmmakers and production companies soon realised the true potential (and profitability) of the genre. Amid the rise of slashers and supernatural thrillers, a multitude of exceptional films fell through the cracks, overshadowed by their more famous peers. Let’s journey back to the neon-soaked, synth-scored era and unearth five forgotten horror masterpieces from t ..read more
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‘The First Omen’ Arrives on Blu-ray and DVD This August
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by Emily Bennett
2d ago
Prepare for devlish chills and thrills as 20th Century Studios’ The First Omen arrives on Blu-ray and DVD on 5th August 2024. Fans of the iconic horror franchise can now delve into the sinister origins of the classic Omen saga, available for pre-order at leading retailers including Planet of Entertainment, HMV, Amazon, and Rarewaves. Directed by Arkasha Stevenson, The First Omen serves as a prequel to the original 1976 film, exploring the events that led to the birth of evil incarnate. Set in 1971, the story follows Margaret (Nell Tiger Free), an American novitiate in Rome who encounters dark ..read more
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Countdown Begins for Midsummer Scream 2024
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by Oliver Mitchell
5d ago
With just two months to go, anticipation is building for Midsummer Scream, the world’s largest Halloween and horror convention, set to take place from July 26 to July 28 at the Long Beach Convention Center. This year’s event promises to be the most thrilling yet, packed with an array of panels, presentations, and performances that will set the tone for the spooky season. Midsummer Scream App Launched To help attendees navigate the extensive three-day event, Midsummer Scream has unveiled its official app, available for free on both Apple and Android devices. The app is designed to assist guest ..read more
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The Strangers: Chapter 1 (2024) Review
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by Tom Atkinson
6d ago
The Strangers: Chapter 1 marks the beginning of a new trilogy, helmed by Renny Harlin, aiming to revitalise the horror franchise initiated by Bryan Bertino in 2008. This latest installment attempts to blend the terror of the original with a fresh narrative approach, yet from the outset it struggles to break free from the shadows of its predecessors. Set against the backdrop of a secluded Airbnb in Venus, Oregon, the film introduces us to Maya (Madelaine Petsch) and Ryan (Froy Gutierrez), a couple on a cross-country road trip. Their seemingly idyllic journey takes a sinister turn when their ca ..read more
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Russell Crowe’s ‘The Exorcism’ Set for UK and US Summer Release
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by Emily Bennett
6d ago
Russell Crowe is returning to the horror genre this summer with The Exorcism, a new supernatural thriller that follows the success of The Pope’s Exorcist. The film will be released in UK cinemas on June 21, 2024, with a North American theatrical release beginning on June 7, 2024. Directed and co-written by Joshua John Miller, The Exorcism stars Crowe as Anthony Miller, a troubled actor who begins to unravel while shooting a supernatural horror film. As his behavior becomes increasingly erratic, his estranged daughter, portrayed by Ryan Simpkins, starts to question whether her father is slippi ..read more
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Finished Fallout and Loved It? Here’s What to Watch Next!
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by Jasmine Clarke
1w ago
If you’ve already devoured all eight episodes of the hit series Fallout on Prime Video, don’t fret! We have a bunch of great recommendations to beat your post-binge blues. This post-apocalyptic adventure, based on the beloved video game series, has captivated audiences with its gripping tale of survival and society. Set 200 years after a nuclear apocalypse, Fallout explores the lives of the privileged inhabitants of luxury fallout shelters as they return to the irradiated surface. They find themselves in a bizarre and violent world where survival is anything but guaranteed. The series has qui ..read more
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Discover the Thrilling Secrets of ‘The God List’ This July
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by Oliver Mitchell
1w ago
This July, prepare for a gripping adventure as Steve Niles and Scott Hampton collaborate on The God List, a new graphic novel debuting from Storm King Comics. Set in a New York City bookshop, the story follows William, a bookseller who receives a mysterious blank book, igniting a dangerous quest with Lydia to uncover its secrets. Pursued by a ruthless group, their journey spans across Europe, blending supernatural horror with high-stakes action. Steve Niles, known for his work on 30 Days of Night and The October Faction, teams up with Scott Hampton, the acclaimed illustrator behind Simon Dark ..read more
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Horror Favourites – Caye Casas
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by Alex Humphrey
1w ago
Make room for The Coffee Table (aka La Mesita del Comedor), a wickedly original horror from Spain, helmed by Caye Casas (Killing God), who co-wrote with Cristina Borobia (RIP), which made waves (and stomachs churn) on the festival circuit and is now set for its UK debut thanks to Second Sight Films. We grabbed a cappuccino with the amazing director to talk about his favorite scary movies. The film has been described as ‘An unsettling descent into absolute madness and misery’ and ‘A genre-leaping marvel… a farce… a melodrama, now a tragedy… uproariously funny until it is not at all’ and can now ..read more
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