Latest Movie Reviews

The Secret Village (2013) Review

Synopsis: When Rachel (Ali Faulkner) travels to a remote village to investigate reported cases of Ergot poisoning, she suspects the villagers of foul play. As things get weirder, she enlists the help of failed screenwriter, Greg (Mean Girls‘ Jonathan Bennett) but when her primary source ends up dead, Rachel must race to uncover the truth […]

The Returned (2013) Review

Synopsis: The zombie apocalypse is under control, sort of. If the virus is caught within the first several hours, a protein may be able to save the infected and let them lead normal lives, so long as they take a dose every day. When the national supply runs low, however, and scientists are behind in […]

The Coffin (2008) Review

Synopsis: After participating in a Thai ritual ward off illness that involves laying in a coffin and having burial rites performed, Chris (Ananda Everingham)  and Su (Karen Mok) begin to see the dead. Su’s search for what miraculously cured her cancer but killed her fiance leads her to a man that has been investigating the […]

The Eclipse (2009) Review

Synopsis: An Irish town hosts its annual literature and poetry festival, and widower Michael Farr (the incomparable Ciarán Hinds) volunteers to serve as a driver for Lena Morrell (Iben Hjejle), a horror/ghost novelist who has seen ghosts since she was a child. When Farr begins to see the ghost of his father-in-law (very much alive), […]

Storage 24 (2012) Review

Synopsis: An aircraft carrying classified cargo crashes near a storage facility and something escapes. Inside, Charlie (Noel Clarke) and Shelley (Antonia Campbell-Hughes) are separating their belongings after a bad break-up. When the escaped creature takes refuge in the facility and begins killing those inside, Charlie, Shelley and their friends must band together to defeat it in […]

Latest Trailers

Rock Band vs Vampires Trailer

Check out this sneak peek trailer for the upcoming Rock Band vs Vampires Movie. If you wanna support this UK indie movie, go visit their FB page: and spread the love.

Pee Kao Pee ook Trailer

Check out the latest trailer for Pakphum Wongjinda’s Pee Kaoo Pee Ook (Possessed). It’s a Thai Horror Comedy with David Asavanond, who played Jesus in Countdown recently. The movie seems to play laughs and scares well, let’s hope it won’t be another disappointment such as Make Me Shudder.

Rabid Love Teaser Trailer

Check out the first Teaser Trailer for Rabid Love from director Paul J Porter. Synopsis:  When Heather Ross and her lifelong friends take one final trip out to a cabin in the woods before they go their separate ways after graduating from college, the weekend takes an unexpected turn when people start disappearing. Is one […]

Latest News

After Hell Project, more than a Battlestar Galactica Reunion.

VISUAL KINGS, the renowned New Media Agency founded by Alexander Hölzl, dashes into new WebTV spheres with the new, spectacular project AFTER HELL. Science Fiction meets apocalyptic horror. Fast-paced action, wound up to a high pitch and a narrative style that throws the audience right into the action and wicked parallel storylines. Combining the talents of […]

Awesome Casting Call Viral Video

Check out this great Casting call video (for a p*rn movie of course) that does not go the usual way. The less said about the video, the better it is but watch until the end.

Interview with Antonio Perez, Director of Luna

I recently watched the short film Luna and instantly felt that whoever was behind this movie is probably destined to have a successful movie career. That’s the very least I hope for  LA based director Antonio Perez who proves to have a knack for storytelling and strong visuals. So I asked him for a quick […]

Latest Features

It’s Alive: Must Watch Frankenstein Films

It’s not likely, when a teenage Mary Shelly first wrote ‘Frankenstein’ as a sort of challenge to create the scariest story she could come up with for her writer and poet friends, that she could have seen it becoming such a cultural icon. Yet Frankenstein’s monster has fascinated generations of readers, and, in the last […]

Best Horror Movie Remakes

So far, 2013 has seen many horror movie remakes and there are still more to come. So, I’ve decided to revisit some of the best horror movie remakes of the last 40 years and with more to come this year (Carrie) this list will be updated accordingly. The Thing (1982) The Thing is not technically […]