Whilst Silent Night, Deadly Night, is just about passable, the sequel is pretty awful.
The eighties are a movie decade synonymous with the horror genre.
Johannes Roberts has a hit and miss (and miss) history of film-making.
We’ve all seen plenty of vampire movies over the years, the creature being the inspiration for so many different kinds of films over the last (almost) century that they have existed on screen.
Ashley (Olivia DeJonge) should be packing for her imminent move, but puts it to one side in order to babysit 12-year-old Luke (Levi Miller) one last time.
Every Christmas Eve the small sleepy town of Bailey Downs is marred with outbreaks of supernatural tragedy.
A Christmas gathering on the precipice of the end of the world forms the hook in Silent Night, a film arriving into selected cinemas this week.
Patrick Ridremont’s The Advent Calendar arrives on Shudder in today and is a fantastic way to begin the season of festive frights.
As much as it ’tis the season to be jolly’, a good scare never goes amiss during the Yuletide period. If you haven’t seen it yet then now is the perfect time to screen Krampus,
It’s the end of October, the clocks have turned back, and the nights are now drawing in which means it’s the perfect time of year to settle down with a scary movie.