Please do not read on if you’ve not yet seen the latest AHS episode ‘Devil’s Night’, there will be spoilers! Lily Rabe made a fantastic return to American Horror story in the fourth episode entitled ‘Devil’s Night’ which aired last week. AHS: Hotel has so far been questionable and all together not as good as previous series’ however Rabe’s reappearance might have just drastically improved things. … Continue reading American Horror Story: Let’s just talk about Lily Rabe’s acting for a second…
Killer clowns are a thing of nightmares for a lot of people. Stephen King’s IT, Captain Spaulding and that creepy clown from American Horror Story Freak Show are just a few of the many terrifying clowns that have plagued audiences throughout the years, proving a scary staple of the horror genre. A horror film about a clown suit that’s actually the skin of a demon, … Continue reading Too much clowning around: Clown (2014)
This year for halloween me and the other half decided to go to the cinema. The other option was go out and get drunk, and in hindsight I think we made the wrong choice. I’d been waiting to see The Babadook for months, ever since I first read about it online. All the reviews seemed positive, the trailer and stills from the film all looked … Continue reading The Babadook – A Very Un-Scary Halloween
Ok so I might have had a little bit too much fun writing my previous post about my five must have items in a zombie apocalypse, so I’ve decided to go all out and write some more! There are so many types of horror film I thought it only fair to give a few others a go too. Plus who doesn’t love a bit of … Continue reading Surviving a Slasher: My 5 Must Have Items
This supercut film trailer highlights something that a lot of people consider a problem in modern cinema; the representation of gender and race. Here is an article that argues that this kind of representation is a problem that needs to be addressed. In it the author says “The “ONE MAN saves the world and gets the girl” fantasy is strong in the above video, but … Continue reading American Cinema revolves around men and women are worthless if they don’t look good.
Texas Chainsaw 3D sees the tables turned for iconic horror villain Leatherface in a clever take on the story that picks up straight after the original film with the police gunning down the Sawyer family at their farmhouse. While fans of the original films have expressed their dismay at the 2013 adaptions’ attempt to rebrand Leatherface as an anti hero, this review comes from someone who didn’t like the original films … Continue reading Texas Chainsaw 3D