“Your Flesh, Your Curse” trailer and upcoming premiere date!

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“Your Flesh, Your Curse” is the 5th feature film from 25-year-old filmmaker Kasper Juhl. His previous work includes feature films such as “Sunken Danish”, “Madness of Many”, “Monstrosity”, and the award winning social realistic horror film “A.G.W.A.U.” (aka “A God Without a Universe”). After being brutally murdered, the troubled girl Juliet White ends up in a limbo, where a spiritual guide forces her soul to re-live repressed memories. A beautiful, yet highly disturbing, tale of madness, violence, sex, torture, life and death. Written and directed by Kasper Juhl while produced by Kasper Juhl and Anders Nordahl. Starring Marie-Louise Damgaard as Juliet White […]

Award-winning horror film Besetment coming to DVD this September!

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Uncork’d Entertainment invites you to a hotel of horrors this September with Brad Douglas’s highly anticipated thriller/chiller Besetment.   Besetment stars Abby Wathen (The Bay) as a young woman who takes a hotel position in a small town where she ends up fighting for her life.   Amanda Millard, struggling and desperate for a job, takes a position at a hotel in a small town in Oregon. It’s a creepy, back country kind of town but owners Mildred Colvin and her son Billy seem nice enough at first. It’s not long before Amanda discovers their real intentions, and her struggle […]

Review: Undress Me (Short)

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Tweet ReviewIt never ceases to amaze me just how much content and story can be told in a mere 13 minutes of film, to me it shows a real talent for streamlined directing and here Amelia Moses has entertained me more than some full features of late. Simply put ‘Undress Me’ is disgusting, granted I struggle with ‘body horror’, watching a human deteriorate and fall apart piece by piece I find to be shocking and when it’s as visceral as this, even more so!  Socially awkward freshman Alice (Lee Marshall) forces herself to attend a college party, trying her best […]

Short Horror – ‘Undress Me’ hits the festival circuit

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  UNDRESS ME follows Alice, a socially awkward freshman desperate to fit in to college life. A chance encounter at a frat party sets into motion a series of horrifying events, culminating in the mysterious deterioration of Alice’s body. Alice soon finds herself in a spiral of gruesome self-destruction and returns to the frat house in order to confront the person she believes is to blame for her physical decay.   The film premiered at the Final Girls Berlin Film Festival and has screened at the Fright Night Theatre Film Festival, the Video Nasty Film Festival, the Chattanooga Film Festival, the Portland Horror Film Festival.  was chosen […]

Review: Blood Diner

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Tweet ReviewBlood Diner quickly fits nicely into the ‘how did I not see this before’ category, thankfully Jackie Kong’s gross-out horror comedy is delivered as a new and vibrant course in high definition by Lionsgate as part of their new Vestron Video Collector’s Series. The plot follows two brothers and their insane uncle as they take it upon themselves to complete a ritual which will resurrect an ancient deity ‘Sheetar’. Their uncle, himself resurrected by the two brothers (with the help of a magical amulet) orchestrates the whole affair existing as a brain and eyeballs in a jar, whilst his […]

Review: The Complex

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Tweet Review‘The Complex’ directed by the legendary Hideo Nakata promised a lot but delivered one of the most boring horror film experiences I have had the misfortune to view this year. Admittedly I was a little late to the party having picked this up on DVD for a paltry £1.84 this year (original release was 2013), but I didn’t miss the hype train – a number one box office hit, a dedicated prequel episodic TV show, legendary director, I was expecting another J-Horror gem. I struggled to stay awake throughout. The plot follows Asuka Ninomiya, a young nurse who moves […]

Review: Savage Harvest

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Tweet ReviewSavage Harvest, an obscure gore flick from the gross-out mind of Eric Stanze. Filmed on a shoe string budget, this film showcases some outstanding gore effects and a fairly interesting story. If this is your bag, it may just be worth seeking out. The plot, an elaborate story about ancient native American legend, cursed stones and a teen camping trip. Whilst the film has some lengthy ‘fireside story’ exposition scenes the finer points of the movies plot summarises to an evil dead-esk possession theme and a demon who is looking to enter our world through a viable host. Summarised […]

Review: Dead Awake

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Tweet ReviewAnother impulse purchase from the bargain bin of one of England’s more popular supermarket ‘Dead Awake’ promised me terror the likes of which would prevent me from sleeping peacefully ever again. What it delivered was a by the numbers horror movie which, whilst interesting in concept, failed to generate the scares or indeed hold my attention until the end. The film takes the concept of the ‘Hag Theory’ and attempts to make a horror film blending fictional supernatural elements with an interesting history and theories of the ‘real-life’ condition. ‘Hag Theory’, more practically known as ‘Parasomnia or sleep paralysis’, […]

Review: The Bye Bye Man

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Tweet ReviewI saw the trailer for this film in the cinema back around the time of its original release, and whilst I wasn’t enamoured with the name of the film, the clips looked like a safe bet for a modern horror. Disappointingly, I was wrong. The films plot unashamedly follows a similar plot line to that of a well-known ‘Nightmare’ inducing franchise in that the supernatural entity, known as the ‘Bye Bye Man’, is able to stalk you through your thoughts and dreams, but only if you know of him in the first instance. As such our unlucky characters, a […]

Lionsgate UK presents the remastered and restored Blood Diner, C.H.U.D. II: Bud the Chud, Return of the Living Dead 3 and Waxwork on Blu-ray on August 28th, 2017

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BLOOD DINER Restored and remastered, this UNRATED VERSION has never been on Blu-ray!  Grab a table at the BLOOD DINER—a cut above the rest! The Tutman Brothers run the most popular restaurant in town. Popular, that is, if you’re the county coroner! The “Head” chef has a real human touch with his special recipes – a killer line-up of delicacies made from human flesh! One of the most insane and over-the-top horror comedies ever made, BLOOD DINER is presented here fully uncut, restored from original vault materials, and features a buffet of tasty new supplemental features you’ll just die for! […]