Killer clown movies! The gore is muted, but that’s understandable as the victims are strictly kiddies. Not as creepy as All Hallow’s Eve, but it makes up for it with its performances and character.
An interesting concept, if a little nonsensical. It’s the movie’s execution that saves it from becoming a pile of bollocks, from the acting to the cinematography to its throwback soundtrack.
Another down-on-her-luck starlet. This fright flick sheds an eery light on the pressures of making it on Hollywood, and how far people are expected/forced to go to achieve stardom. The deterioration of the lead actress is not too dissimilar to that of the lead in Contracted: Phase I, but we are treated to one hell of a finale.
This won’t be everyone’s taste. Truth be told, it’s not usually mine. A struggling Hollywood actress – is there any other kind? – starts cannibalising…herself! The soundtrack’s cool. The special effects are gross. This is what happens when we have flicks like Anthropophagus out there, corrupting and inspiring the budding talent.
Very funny, very dry movie. The lead’s apathy and selfishness is second to none. It really shows how far vampires have fallen down in terms of being respected horror movie monsters.
Usually the hero tries to kill the monster, not fall in love with it! One of the more unusual love stories of our time. Set in idyllic Italy, this is an Indie romance with a slippery twist.
Awesome werewolf special effects? Check. Excellent performances? Check. Great storyline? Check. Possibly the best werewolf movie I’ve seen in I don’t know how many years.
This one reared its head in the festivals of 2014, and very nearly had some of the most hardcore horror fans dancing in the aisles! That said, it was the first decent horror movie to emerge this year all the way back in January. It’s funny, it’s bloody, it’s catchy, and you can sing-along to it. Why didn’t Disney think of it first?!!
Paying homage to the king of Italian horror, Lucio Fulci, this supernatural ‘monsters in the basement’ movie has great gore, and one kick-ass climax.
Headed by Nicolas Brendon, this Rubik’s Cube of alternate realities crashing into one another quickly becomes unnerving as passing comet changes everything. With subtle twists and turns, the tension builds as our characters and their doppelgangers must find their way back to their own reality before the night is up, or risk blinking out of existence.