Nothing in horror fiction is so well-trod as the haunted house. Whatever variations you throw into the themes and tropes of the genre, audiences and
The places we inhabit tend to become a reflection of who we are and what we do. Not just in practical terms. Obviously, an artist
THE LITTLE STRANGER is an atmospheric, haunting, realistic ghost story that has surprising relevance to the issues of modern day life despite being a period film.
I love a good haunted house film, no matter how many of them there are or what angle is used, I’m here for it. So
When I first started watching MARROWBONE, a 2017 horror thriller directed by Sergio G. Sánchez, I thought I was watching a late 19th century period film.
I have always been a fan of foreign films, especially foreign horror. Some of my favorite horror films of the last decade have come from
Welcome witches and warlocks, Today I will be reviewing the horror feature A HOUSE IS NOT A HOME by director Christopher Gray. To best describe the story,
Hello again, ghosts and ghouls! Taylor Terrible here, and I’m back with a review of a film that’s slightly out of my normal scope of
BETHANY is the latest in a long line of supernatural thrillers that pit a broken family against a ghostly entity. As per usual, the entity is
PERSONAL SHOPPER is a French supernatural psychological horror film written and directed by Olivier Assayas, the filmmaker behind the critically acclaimed SOMETHING IN THE AIR and CLOUDS OF SILS