Lee Cronin’s debut feature, The Hole in the Ground, told of a mother whose child encountered something strange in the woods, and came back changed. Cronin now flips those roles as he tells of a mother who begins to behave in a peculiar manner in his second feature, Evil Dead Rise.
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Hosted by Robert, Creepy and Geeky is a double feature podcast where he talks to a guest about two movies that are usually creepy and/or geeky!
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David Cronenberg is a Canadian cult movie institution. A master of body horror and the strange, his filmography, which includes The Fly, Videodrome and Rabid have inspired a whole generation of filmmakers. Though no one has been more inspired than his own son, Brandon Cronenberg.
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On Vampire Videos Dan Owen and Hugh McStay explore a century of bloodsucking cinema with weekly guests and experts.
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Well, it’s that time of year again, that time when to quote Wet Wet Wet’s ‘Love Is All Around’.
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Director Duncan Birmingham makes the leap from short format to feature-length with Who Invited Them. The story sees a housewarming party take a dark turn when two guests refuse to leave.
Read More ‘Who Invited Them’ Review: Dir. Duncan Birmingham [Shudder Saturday]
Screenwriter Stuart Wright hosts weekly conversations with indie, sci-fi and horror filmmakers about their process and craft and film fans about the films they love.
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Each episode host Jessica Rolland invites a guest on to watch an actors highest and lowest rated films from IMDb and figure out which one they actually preferred. They can’t all be that bad, right?
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Co-written by Marshall and his lead, Charlotte Kirk, The Lair has been described as a combination of The Dirty Dozen and The Thing.
Read More ‘The Lair’ Review: Dir. Neil Marshall [Shudder Saturday]
Have you ever been on holiday and connected, really bonded, with a set of complete strangers? There’s something about the shared serene experience of being away from home that makes people more open to making new friends, but See No Evil demonstrates the perils that this can bring.
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