Sunday Night Slashers Vol. 6: Freddy Vs Jason

I’ll be honest… The 4 star rating may well be a little bit on the generous side. I’m not convinced that it, as a stand alone movie deserves quite that many stars, but when you consider it alongside the the Nightmare on Elm Street and Friday the 13th franchises it stands up pretty well, and […]

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Sunday Night Slashers Vol. 5: House of 1,000 Corpses

For me, the release of House of 1,000 Corpses was a special addition to the cinematic world. By that time I had been a long time horror fan already but on top of that, for the previous few years I’d also discovered metal music and had become a big fan of Rob Zombie and his […]

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Sunday Night Slashers Vol. 4: Anaconda

The movie for this week is a reminder that Sunday Night Slashers is just a name for this feature… A name I enjoy for the horror genre as slashers are for me m absolute favorite sub-genre, but not every movie is going to be a slasher. Today we’ve got a creature feature focusing on a […]

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Sunday Night Slashers Vol. 3: The Cabin in the Woods

Ok ok, so I’m a couple of weeks late with this one and I do apologise! Not the best start to this series for which I have at least 50 installments planned is it! I have been on vacation for a few weeks and as it’s been some time away with a toddler, it didn’t […]

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Sunday Night Slashers Vol. 2: A Nightmare on Elm street

It’s week 2 of the Sunday Night Slashers series, and given that I’ve named the series after my favorite sub-genre of horror, the slasher, I don’t know why I didn’t start with this one. When you think of a good old fashioned slasher, one from the glory days of the genre in the late 70’s […]

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Army of the Dead Review

When I first heard about this movie, to say I was excited is an understatement – the zombie movie genre is probably my absolute favourite to be honest and it’s one of those genres where, when you’re a fan, you know that your expectations are never super high. There are SO many zombie films and […]

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Scary Stories to Tell in the Dark Review

When I remembered that this film existed I was actually looking for the third season of Stranger Things, which I’ve sadly not yet seen as I don’t have Netflix, so Amazon Prime suggested I might enjoy Scary Stories to Tell in the Dark… And it wasn’t wrong! If you’re looking for Stranger Things and want […]

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Ready Or Not Review

I looked at watching this a few times as it has been on Sky Cinema for a few weeks now and for some reason I just kept putting it off. From the description of the movie to the cast it doesn’t look overly enticing. It’s a film about a girl who marries in to a […]

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IT: Chapter 2 Review

After Pennywise was defeated in the first movie by the Losers club – a close knit group of outcasts for one reason or another, the kids grew up and most of them moved away to start their adult lives as risk assessors, authors, comedians and all sorts of other grown up things. One loser (Mike) […]

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Hobo with a Shotgun Review

I only just saw this for the first time, and… Where do I start? This is one weird film! If you want a film which has little in the way of story, almost no meaningful dialogue, relatively poor acting throughout, awful (and I mean really awful) visual effects, over the top blood & (I would […]

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The Nun Review

The films from the conjuring universe have always had a reputation for being very scary so they’re not generally films which I’d watch with my wife, who isn’t a huge horror fan. The nun is one of those films, and from the trailer it defiately looks like it has plenty of jump moments and has […]

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3 From Hell Review

I love movies by Rob Zombie, and the first 2 films from the Devil’s Rejects series are 2 of my absolute favourite movies. On top of that Sid Haig was an absolute legend (may he rest in peace), Bill Moseley is an absolute master of crazy in horror movies and from what I can tell, […]

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I’m a huge Rob Zombie fan, whether it’s his movies, music or artwork, so maybe this is going to be a little biased towards that (although I must say it’s not always the case as I can’t stand Lords of Salem). Having said that, and this was difficult to decide on – I do think […]

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