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 of being cruel. Yeon Sang-ho’s directorial debut is astonishing because of how he presents these themes. What appears to be a zombie driven thriller ends

”Go Big Or Go Home” – Zombieland: Double Tap (Blu-Ray Review)

Posted by - February 3, 2020
At the beginning of Zombieland: Double Tap, Columbus (Jesse Eisenberg) welcomes us back to Zombieland in a voiceover detailing what’s been happening in the zombie-ridden US of A in the last 10 years as well as thanking us for choosing them in the highly concentrated field of zombie entertainment. It’s deliciously meta and self-aware and

The VH Christmas Countdown – Anna and the Apocalypse

Posted by - December 16, 2019
Christmas is a terrific time of year. There is an abundance of presents, loads of lovely food and plenty of delightful family company – depending on where your relatives stand on Brexit. So what's the only thing that could make all of that better? Your answer probably wasn't to yell the word "zombies" as loud

Back from the Dead – Nightmare City (Blu-Ray Review)

Posted by - August 28, 2015
The zombie apocalypse is soon upon us. Each of us has our own escape plan for when the inevitable occurs, naturally assuming that we ourselves will be survivors, rather than amongst the hoards of undead that suddenly swarm the planet. Our obsession with zombies is not a new thing, however, and can be traced many

Screen’s Greatest “Psychopaths”

Posted by - October 7, 2014
Spoilers ahead! I've seen this list compiled a millions times before, and never do I usually agree with it – and always the Joker has the top spot. Here is an alternative list of screen's great psychopaths, watch the films and programmes, be prepared to get creeped out. Benjamin Linus - LostLinus was a late character to come