Review: Leprechaun Returns

Review: Shrooms

Review: The Candyman

Review: The Thing

Review: Long Time Dead

Review: The Fly

Review: Maniac Cop

Review: Harpoon

Review: Schlock

Review: After Midnight

Review: Sea Fever

Review: We Summon the Darkness

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Creepshow 2 – On Limited Edition Blu-ray, including exclusive Arrow store variant

Titans of terror George A. Romero and Stephen King deliver yet another selection of blood-curdling tales in Creepshow 2, the follow-up to the 1982 horror classic. In “Old Chief Wood’nhead”, a group of young hoodlums face retribution from an unlikely source after looting a local hardware store. Meanwhile, “The Raft”...

‘Bed of the Dead’ and ‘Kirby Road’ added to Grimmfest TV

Watch the exceptional 'BED OF THE DEAD' and spooky 'HAUNTED HOUSE ON KIRBY ROAD' for free on GRIMMFEST TV. GRIMMFEST TV, offers movie entertainment for free while the world is in lockdown. A new online TV channel dedicated to horror films of all types, through which viewers can access exciting award-winning features and shorts...

101 Films release sinister paranormal horror ‘The Haunting of Molly Bannister’

The Haunting of Molly Bannister is the latest horror from writer-director MJ Dixon and producer Anna Dixon to get a UK DVD and Digital from 101 Films on June 20th. After the death of their eldest sister, the women of the Bannister family begin to feel that something is very wrong.  Trapped...

  • Review: Leprechaun Returns

    Ireland’s most prolific serial-quipper is back! Seemingly ignoring the ‘lep’s’ subsequent adventures (I mean he went to space in one of them – where do you go from there? ‘back to da hood’ again?!), it presents as a direct sequel to the 90s movie, bringing back one original cast member...

  • Review: Shrooms

    Lacking in identity, clear direction, and effective scares/gore ‘Shrooms’ is by far the lesser of Paddy Breathnach’s two slasher entries unleashed last decade. ‘Shrooms’, a confusing hodgepodge of obvious influences culminating in a slasher which is neither one thing or another, and ultimately not very entertaining as a result. The...

  • Review: The Candyman

    Just when the youth of the world thought they could relax from just over a decade of ‘slashening’, 1992s ‘The Candyman’ throws a new stalker icon into the mix. Based in theme (albeit with some crucial additions from cast and writers) on another of Clive Barker’s literary nightmares ‘Candyman’ brings...

  • Review: The Thing

    John Carpenter’s ‘The Thing’ sits atop of lists promoting it, not just as the directors best, but one of the best horror movies period, and for good reason. Achieving that (most coveted) zen like balance between quality characterisation, an organic feeling atmosphere, tension and dread and deliciously gory practical effects...

  • Review: Long Time Dead

    Having seen this on release, I was curious to find out how Marcus Adam’s feature debut holds up after its 18 years in the wild. Coming in at the tail end of the 1990s/ early 2000s slasher resurgence I remember ‘Long Time Dead’ receiving a fairly luke-warm response from mainstream...


Cult Horror Reviews


  • Enjoying something of a resurgence of late, within this Spooktacular category you will find all manner of films providing jumps and jolts from those entities who linger beyond the grave. Consider your spine well and truly tingled.
  • Monsters and mayhem! Vampires, Werewolves - anything with teeth, claws, scales or fur. If it kills, you will find it here.
  • Some of horror's most celebrated directors cut their teeth in the genre. Named after the yellow stickers on genre novels 'Giallo' movies shoot to thrill. We've also banged in other assorted thrillers into this eclectic genre collection.
  • "Rip, and cut, and mutilate the innocent! His friends, and again, and again". A category that needs no introduction to horror fans. Baby sitter? Coed? Virgin? - better stay away.
  • Something of a guilty pleasure, films found behind this suitably gore spattered button represent the limits of the horror genre - and more often than not, those of good taste to! View discretion is advised.
  • “WHEN THERE'S NO MORE ROOM IN HELL, THE DEAD WILL WALK THE EARTH" - from Romero and Fulci to modern classics, we got you covered. Better check your brain out before viewing though...