Finally a local release of the Ultimate Edition of Dawn Of The Dead! Better late than never that’s for sure especially for the poor folk like me who couldn’t afford to splash out for the R1 Anchor Bay release. The Ultimate Edition lives up to its title and then some containingRead More →

FW Murnau’s Nosferatu is one of the indisputable classics of horror cinema. The 1922 film arose from the German expressionist movement and has been hugely influential in its look, style and even ideas – such as vampires being destroyed by the rays of the sun. The image of the NosferatuRead More →

A good plot twist can be a potent weapon in the armoury of a movie. Ideally, these serve as an addition, an extra to an already-effective plot. The story has seemingly been resolved and then the twist arrives to reveal the hidden extra layer to all that has gone before.Read More →

A long term labour of love this Aussie independent horror film first saw the light in 2001 as a short film before Simpson expanded the storyline and started filming the long version in 2003. It took until 2006 to complete it with a volunteer crew, a cast of unknowns andRead More →

The ‘Video Nasty’ furore in Great Britain in the 80s was perhaps the ultimate argument that any publicity really isn’t necessarily good publicity. When an attempt by Go Video to build interest in the UK release of Cannibal Holocaust included a faked letter of outrage to moral crusader Mary Whitehouse,Read More →

Killer Nun is an Italian Nunsploitation flick starring Anita Ekberg (Fellini’s La Dolce Vita) as sister Gertrude. Sister Gertrude works in a geriatric hospital and is recovering from neurosurgery. She is dependent on morphine to help with headaches which she experiences daily, and man does she has some track marks that can rivalRead More →

Here’s a fun and gory little short film from UK / New Zealand based director Paul Campion. Julie (Stephanie Ratcliff) is busy babysitting a coupla rugrats and chatting on the phone to a girlfriend when her boyfriend Karl (Paul O’Neil) arrives. She excitedly asks him ”did you bring it?” heRead More →