31 Days of Horror – Alien

Posted by - October 26, 2020
Space. The endless, expanding universe that hides all manner of new, unknowable creatures. Way back in 1979, Ridley Scott showed that we should be careful poking around up there, as

31 Days of Horror – It Comes at Night

Posted by - October 19, 2020
When Trey Edward Shults' It Comes at Night came out in 2017, it split audiences and critics completely. While critics were very enthusiastic about the film, praising its atmosphere and ability

31 Days of Horror – The Exorcist

Posted by - October 18, 2020
“Do you know what she did? Your ****ing daughter?” In 1973, William Friedkin’s adaptation of William Peter Blatty’s book, The Exorcist, was released. Along with it came a tidal wave
The Descent

31 Days of Horror – The Descent

Posted by - October 16, 2020
Spelunking. Even the word sounds like something you couldn't pay me to do, let alone invite me to do as part of a pleasant weekend away. The potential for danger

31 Days of Horror – Train To Busan

Posted by - October 15, 2020
Train to Busan is a lament on cruelty, yet, more importantly, it’s an odyssey of human kindness, one which depicts the fierce strengths of being kind and the pathetic emptiness

31 Days of Horror – Bone Tomahawk

Posted by - October 14, 2020
The Western horror is a disappointingly underutilised genre in film. Desert settings provide all the necessary elements to execute a successful scare-fest: complete darkness, isolation and eerie silence. These vast