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  • It takes a demon to beat a demon in rough-and-ready indie Fall of Grace but what does it take to make a decent horror? Let's find out...

  • Iran puts out yet another impressive horror movie.

  • Nordic thriller The Absent One gets in over its head while searching for a mystery killer. Does it come out on top? Let's find out...

  • Thought your family was weird? You haven't seen anything yet. Newcomer Sean Melia introduces us to a strange group with his debut feature Hank Boyd is Dead. Here's what we thought...

  • Spanish director Gabe Ibáñez shows us an unsettling glimpse into a robotics-run future in one of the most interesting and thoughful sci-fis of recent years.

  • 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...

  • World War Dead: Rise of The Fallen star Wendy Glenn talks to us about crafting the perfect American accent, what her weapon of choice would be in a zombie apocalypse and surviving found-footage night shoots...

  • We talk to writer director Christoph Bell about his thought-provoking zombie drama What's Left of Us.

  • Simon takes a look at Adam Wingard and Simon Barrett's action thriller.

  • Monster Pictures heads to the woods but does it emerge unscathed? Time to find out...

  • Make sure your doors are locked as it's time for a new home invasion horror, but is You're Next any good? Let's find out...

  • Mama Dvd Cover SmallGuillermo del Toro resurrects a menacing matriarch. Time to pay another visit to Mama...

  • We get Rabies – the movie not the viral disease – and decide try to decide whether or not it's worth having...

  • Horror's hottest players join forces in an attempt to scare you into forgetting video cassettes are almost twenty years old. Did it work? Let's see. 

  • The visceral Giallo horror genre grips hold of a timid British sound man in Peter Strickland's psychological thriller. Will he survive?

  • Brit newcomer Navin Dev serves up a nightmarish fantasy for his movie debut. Simon Bland discovers whether or not he's one to watch.

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