Ibiza Undead

The imagination of horror film makers knows no bounds. Just when you think the zombie genre has been taken as far as it can go, another enterprising soul comes along to add a further layer to the alr...
Hounds of Love

Hounds of Love

The Australian film industry is doing a pretty slick job of destroying the image of the country as a dream holiday destination. From torturing backpackers in Wolf Creek to an extreme form of neighbou...

What We Become

The standard for first time feature length directors has been the horror genre for a long time now. Bo Mikkelsen follows on in this tradition with a tale concerning a deadly virus making changes to t...

The Autopsy Of Jane Doe

Every other week we are presented with another low budget horror film that is trying to capture some of the success and the financial rewards of the likes of The Conjuring and Insidious. Unless the m...

The Bye Bye Man

The horror genre is infamous for many things, not least its ability to a turn a profit on a low budget. This gives the misconception that horror films are therefore easy to do. Fans will baulk at thi...

Onus

Onus is the fifth film from director George Clark and can be easily classed as a low budget film. In fact the movie had very little spent on it. To make anything for that sort of money is good and th...

Satanic

If you watch enough horror films, or any genre in fact, then you can get a good idea of how a film is going to progress. Time and again film makers use certain techniques and markers to inform the au...

I Am Not A Serial Killer

For the most part, movies about serial killers are dark and chilling dramas. The main antagonist is usually fully formed and the drama focusses on the good guys hunt to stop him before he kills again...

Train To Busan

You could be forgiven for thinking the zombie movie genre is getting a bit stale. They appear to be the go to film for horror now and the quality and imagination are sorely lacking in some cases. I s...