Adam Robitel’s Escape Room was one of the more pleasant surprises of 2019’s genre offerings.
Starting in 2013, The Purge is a franchise that I’m not sure many thought had legs. Since those humble beginnings though we’ve had a further four films, and even a television series, that have explored the world of an alternate America in which, for one night a year, all crime, even murder, is legal.
Ed and Lorraine Warren (once more played by Patrick Wilson and Vera Farmiga) return with yet another terrifying case in The Conjuring: The Devil Made Me Do It.
Playing out as more of a mockumentary with found footage elements, Death of a Blogger recounts the story of Graham (played by director Graham Hughes), an ill-fated vlogger who rose to fame after capturing a paranormal incident on camera.
© 2021 Universal Studios. All Rights Reserved. Held back for a year due to the Covid-19 pandemic, Halloween Kills finally arrives on cinema screens this week.
French film Teddy offers a new take on the werewolf / body horror story in that it approaches the scenario in a fairly minimalist manner.
James Wan is no stranger to the world of horror. The Australian filmmaker burst onto the genre scene in 2004 alongside film school buddy Leigh Whannell with the iconic Saw.
It was 2004 that the first Saw film was released. It was an instant horror classic and as each subsequent sequel arrived into multiplexes, they became the event film of everyone’s Halloween.
Whilst most of us have been spending lockdown baking banana bread, binge-watching shows on Netflix, and playing quizzes, filmmaker Rob Savage has gone and made a film.
After the success of Netflix’ Fear Street series, and with both Halloween Kills and Scream 5 on the horizon, we are once more in the throes of a slasher revival.