WOW! Yes, it's in capitals, it isn't a mistake. I was completely blown away by this film; The Conjuring universe never disappoints. I have talked in my blogs about the key to a great horror film being the right mix of terror (the build up) and horror (the release) and this movie has nailed it, … Continue reading Film (Re)View – The Nun
It's taken me a while to post this review as I've been trying to work this film out and, to be honest, have come to the conclusion that there's nothing to work out. Slender Man is quite simply the product of nightmares and scare stories. Quite frankly, I think this is great. Isn't this, after … Continue reading Film (Re)View – Slender Man
There are two questions I am posing here, dear reader. The first is what is it that draws people to horror? The second is why do we love to be scared so much? In a way, the second question answers the first, in that we watch horror movies because we like to be scared. As … Continue reading Being Scared – We Love It, But Why?
Horror. When you say that word, most people wrinkle their nose and recoil like they’ve just smelt a decomposing corpse or been told that a limb requires amputation. Horror, in many circles, is seen as the black sheep of the family; the child that is kept locked away in the attic so no one can … Continue reading What is Horror?
Frederick Charles ‘Freddy’ Kreuger Mr Kreuger is the primary antagonist in the ‘A Nightmare on Elm Street’ franchise of films and hails from Springwood. His occupation is mass murderer and his weapon of choice is a bladed glove. His claim to fame is that he was voted 14th greatest villain by Wizard Magazine. His modus … Continue reading Who’s the Scariest of Them All?