02nd May2018

‘Weird Fiction’ Review

by Nik Holman

Stars: Taylor Rhoades, Matt Nale, Danielle Rhoades, Mackenzie Anthony, Torri Bouslough, Isabella Rodriguez, Rylee Prenatt | Written and Directed by Jacob Perrett Weird Fiction is the kind of movie you dreamed of making as a kid but didn’t have the ambition or talent to follow through. Written as an 80′s inspired, direct-to-video, schlock-fest that’s all […]

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20th Nov2015

Ten directors. One ‘Night of Horror’

by Phil Wheat

Ten directors will come together for one night of horror with the first annual A Night of Horror Volume 1 anthology premiering on opening night of the A Night of Horror International Film Festival, which takes place from Thursday November 26th to Sunday December 6th. Produced by A Night of Horror International Film Festival’s Director […]

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12th Oct2015

‘Metal Hurlant Resurgence’ Review

by Phil Wheat

Stars: Scott Adkins, Michael Jai White, Michelle Lee, John Rhys-Davies, Karl E. Landler, Dominique Pinon, James Marsters, Jimmy Jean-Louis | Directed by Guillaume Lubrano | Series created by Guillaume Lubrano Heavy Metal, aka Metal Hurlant, has long been considered one of the definitive anthology comics of all time – telling some of the most fascinating sci-fi and fantasy […]

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28th Jul2015

First trailer and art for horror anthology ‘The Horror Network’

by Phil Wheat

Wild Eye Releasing has debuted a new trailer and key art for their anthology film – set for release this Halloween – The Horror Network. Created by Brian Dorton and Douglas Conner, this first volume of terror tales features segments directed by Dorton, Conner, Joseph Graham, Manuel Marín, Lee Matthews and Ignacio Martín Lerma, the […]

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01st Nov2013

Graphic Novel Review: ‘A1 – The World’s Greatest Comics Vol.1′

by Phil Wheat

Written and drawn by Various | Edited by Dave Elliott | Published by Atomeka/Titan Comics British comics have always done things a little bit differently. From the heady days of Marvel UK to the more recent CLiNT, British comic writers and artists have not been afraid to experiment with both format and story. A1 has always […]

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28th Sep2013

‘Shortcuts to Hell: Volume 1′ Review

by Phil Wheat

26 films. Six strict rules: choose from one of six existing titles, make their film no more than three minutes long, spend no more than £666, harnessing no more than six cast, six crew, six lines of dialogue and just six hours of shooting time. The result? Shortcuts to Hell: Volume 1 Frightfest has always […]

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