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  • About a flesh-eating undead ghoul and her relationship with a young blind boy, The Dark is one of the most humane and heart-rending horrors of the year.

  • The Night Eats the World asks: What would someone really do to survive in the event of a Zombie apocalypse?

  • That'll do, pig, that'll do.

  • How much more scary could evil nuns be? Nun more.

  • From Frightfest 2018, Ren reviews Bad Samaritan.

  • Ryan dabbles in the occult with another look at the slow-burning horror that is Pyewacket. 

  • The producers of The Witch and The Void conjure up a new kind of fear in the very effective chiller Pyewacket.

  • *Sideshow Bob repeatedly stepping on a rake grumble*

  • Lovecraftian monsters and creepy cultists on the loose in an 80s horror homage? Stranger Things have happened.

  • Terror and tentacles in Jeremy Gillespie and Steven Kostanski's The Void

  • From Horror Channel Frightfest 2016, the UK premiere of Cell

  • Your call cannot be connected

  • Forgive me Father, for I have sinned...

  • The Fury Road less travelled.

  • Joel watched The Walking Deceased because, well, someone had to.

  • Hooked Up is the first feature film to be shot entirely with an iPhone but does that make it any good? Time to find out...

  • Hooked Up bills itself as the first film shot on an iPhone. R.J. wonders if it's just a gimmick.

  • A return to the cabin... or not. A return to the flesh-eating virus at least. Joel harley takes a look at Cabin Fever 3.

  • Give Joel Harley a Danny Trejo movie about zombies and he thinks all his birthdays have come at once. Sometimes.

  • Two guys, one girl and a camera...no not THAT you filthy thing! - Skew unleashes a different form of medicine.

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