Cub (Welp) 2014 – Review

More often than not, foreign productions are a real breath of fresh air to the horror genre, which has seen many cliché ridden and exhausting works. With that being said, Jonas Govaerts’ Cub – set in the Belgium countryside – is a true gem of horror and even though he introduces once again the generic and … Continue reading

Exists (2014) – Review

No better way to encapsulate the essence of this movie than saying if you’ve seen one you’ve seen them all. Director Eduardo Sánchez stands behind the new Bigfoot horror and found-footage blandness Exists, which could be the movie’s biggest asset as he is one of the masterminds who fed The Blair Witch Project to the … Continue reading

Animal (2014) – Review

Ready or not here’s another typical splatter movie that features all the horror clichés that we love to hate. Set in the ominous woods of Nowhereland, a group of friends, stereotypical college kids, find themselves lost after going on a hike. As the darkness falls, the already distressed 5-member group comes face to face with … Continue reading

Wake Wood (2010) – Review

When two parents are granted a chance to see their deceased daughter once again, things can go terribly wrong, not only because this is unnatural in every way, but also because bringing people back from the dead is hardly ever a joyous occasion. In Wake Wood, the story follows Patrick (Aidan Gillen) and Louise (Eva … Continue reading

The Cabin in the Woods – Review

A weekend getaway is always a must to start a horror film. If you include a heartbroken main actress, her potential flirt, a stoned weird guy, a football player stud and a loose bimbo, you only need some violent murder scenes and you got yourself one of the most common type of horror films This is … Continue reading

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