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Beware of Crimson Peak

New Guillermo del Toro film Crimson Peak is a love letter to gothic romance. “Beware of Crimson Peak” This is the warning Edith receives from her Mother’s ghost as a child and again as an adult and lays the foundation … Continue reading

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The Final Girls

My review of The Final Girls is now up on the Honeysuckle Magazine website! Moxie McMurder A Shared Madness

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Whoever told me The Hallows was good, lied and now owes me a coffee.

Directed by visual artist Corin Hardy, The Hallows is a mediocre creature feature steeped in folklore. Young couple Adam (Joseph Mawle) and Clare (Bojana Novakovic) and their newborn Finn move to a cottage in Ireland that backs onto woodland and in … Continue reading

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There’s Eyes in Them Thar Hills – Bone Tomahawk

Western meets horror in this bonecrunching new S. Craig Zahler film starring Kurt Russell. A group of frontier dwellers come into contact with cannibalistic troglodytes after three people are kidnapped by an ancient Indian tribe. Bone Tomahawk is not your average … Continue reading

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Fear Itself

Fear Itself is available to watch on the BBCiPlayer and it’s excellent. Watch it, watch it now! Beyond Clueless director Charlie Lyne has created something of a masterpiece. His new film, Fear Itself, which is constructed entirely from horror films is … Continue reading

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Bears Don’t Howl – Howl Review

British werewolf horror Howl takes place on a late night train that makes an emergency stop after hitting a deer. The engine is damaged, leaving the passengers and two train employees stranded. It’s a full moon and the train has … Continue reading

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Cooties Review

I love this poster for Cooties, it’s just a shame I didn’t really like the film as much as I hoped I would. I went to a special screening of this indie flick and while the trailer had me sold, … Continue reading

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Garden City Cinema Review – The Visit

The Visit is now showing at the Garden City Cinema in Welwyn Garden City, Hertfordshire. I’ve been looking forward to seeing The Visit for some time. He has his detractors but for the most part I enjoy M. Night Shyamalan … Continue reading

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Films to Keep an eye out For!

Goodnight Mommy Hits US cinemas on the 11th of September but no UK release date as yet. This Austrian horror looks genuinely creepy. Twin boys grow suspicious of their mother’s identity after she has reconstructive surgery. Black Mass Black Mass … Continue reading

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Can You Hear Me? My Review of The Voices

You can read my review of The Voices on the Honeysuckle Magazine website!

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