Is The Curse of Buckout Road a horror classic, or pure horror-show?
Once Upon a Time in London is an enjoyable gangster drama in the rich tradition of the genre
Julius Avery's second feature film takes us to a decidedly different prelude to D-Day with twisted science and Nazi zombies abound. The end result is an amusing romp – but one lacking in staying power.
This really is the Halloween we've been wanting for 40 years, and it's been well worth the wait
Revenge combines exploitation and gore with empowerment and a sexually charged feminine gaze
The Tom Hanks we see in Bachelor Party is far from the Hanks we know today
Habit seems like a new age horror that could easily gain a cult following in the coming years
As Series 3 of Gomorrah opens, we’re on familiar and unfamiliar ground
Killing Gunther is a mockumentary following a group of inept assassins in search of the most infamous killer of all time
Hell's Kitty is a comedy horror that is far from being the cat's meow