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.
Writer and director Alex Noyer expands upon the world set out in his short film Conductor, for debut feature, Sound of Violence.
The original V/H/S movie back in 2012 was one of the early pioneers that helped resurrect the horror anthology format. Since then we have had two further instalments (V/H/S/2 and V/H/S/Viral) with the latest chapter, V/H/S/94, having just debuted at Fantastic Fest.
After a traumatic experience with a cult, Katie (Katie Groshong) is trying to turn her life around. The first step on her road to recovery sees her taking a job in a home for special needs adults.
© 2020 UNIVERSAL STUDIOS Who knew that what the world needed was a body-swap film that was a cross between Friday the 13th and Freaky Friday? Filmmaker Christopher Landon and his writing partner Michael Kennedy are who, and Freaky is the film.
The demonic possession tale is one that has been recounted on screen for decades thanks to the success and infamy of The Exorcist.
On Shudder now and released on Blu-ray on Monday 4th October.