Robert Englund Presents… – 976-EVIL (Blu-ray Review)

Posted by - October 22, 2020
Robert Englund is, of course, one of the most iconic figures in horror, being the man beneath the red and green sweater of Freddy Krueger. As an actor, he has more than made his claim as one of the most feared and beloved figures of the horror genre. As a director, that isn’t quite the

31 Days of Horror: A Nightmare on Elm Street (1984)

Posted by - October 1, 2020
One two Freddy's coming for you, three four better lock your door, five six grab your crucifix, seven eight better stay up late, nine ten never sleep again.  If that nursery rhyme doesn’t give you the chills, I invite you to either revisit or discover A Nightmare on Elm Street this Halloween. Why you may

Why Horror Movies Have No Time For Heroes

Posted by - October 9, 2018
When you leave the cinema after a superhero movie, you talk about the likes of Captain America and Iron Man. When you watch a classic 1980s action picture, the characters that stick in the mind are the heroic figures played by the likes of Sylvester Stallone and Bruce Willis. Regardless of the prominence of Thanos

Remembering the Dream Warrior – Wes Craven Tribute

Posted by - September 5, 2015
The world of cinema lost a giant this week. Wes Craven, one of the greatest masters of horror sadly lost his battle with brain cancer on Sunday August 30th. Having penned and directed some of the most iconic horror movies of the last four decades, Craven will always be remembered for his unique ability to