Surviving a Zombie Apocalypse: My 5 Must-Have Items

I’ve been asked by someone from Man Crates to make a list of the items I’d want if I were trapped in a horror film. If you’ve not heard of them before, Man Crates make awesome gifts for men that come in a crate that can only be opened with a crow bar, so go and check them out because Christmas is fast approaching! There are … Continue reading Surviving a Zombie Apocalypse: My 5 Must-Have Items


The Conjuring spin off Annabelle is quite possibly one of the best horror films I’ve seen in a while. Let me begin by saying I don’t scare easily when it comes to horror films, I’ve grown pretty much immune. Obviously the tension is heightened when you see a horror in the cinema, but usually I don’t feel ‘scared’. Annabelle had me shitting myself. It’s like director … Continue reading Annabelle

American Horror Story: Freakshow Is Creeping Me Out

Ok, confession time! American Horror Story: Freakshow is officially creeping me out. This is not an easy thing for a horror fanatic to admit, because in terms of horror, AHS is pretty tame, but damn is it freaking me out! Let me begin by just saying that I’m not actually enjoying this season that much. It’s difficult to really form an opinion based on two … Continue reading American Horror Story: Freakshow Is Creeping Me Out

Right in the Gag Reflex! The Human Centipede 1&2

Last night myself and my housemate made a probably quite daft decision to watch The Human Centipede films. I’d avoided these films like the plague because, well, what’s appealing about a film that’s premise is several people get kidnapped and sewn together mouth to arse? Nothing really. More horrific than the film itself is the fact that writer/director Tom Six actually thought it up. But he … Continue reading Right in the Gag Reflex! The Human Centipede 1&2


Painless (originally called Insensibles) is a fantasy horror film set in Catalonia which tells two stories that interlink. One is set during the Spanish civil war as an asylum rehabilitates a group of children with an ‘illness’ that means they are unable to feel pain. The second is set in the present day as a neurosurgeon who survives a car accident discovers by fluke that … Continue reading Painless

In Fear

New couple Tom and Lucy head to a secluded hotel for a romantic getaway before meeting their friends at a music festival. When they get lost following signs that appear to send them on a wild goose chase it becomes apparent that there is more to it than dodgy road signs. ‘The best British chiller since The Descent’ is a very tall statement, emblazoned on … Continue reading In Fear

Paranormal Activity: The Marked Ones

From the man that had a hand in the production of all but the only decent Paranormal Activity film (being the first one, of course) comes Paranormal Activity: The Marked Ones. Directed by Christopher Landon, who wrote Paranormal Activity‘s 2, 3 and 4 as well as co-produced 3 and 4, Paranormal Activity: The Marked Ones is a prime example of milking what was once a decent idea for all its worth. After the murder … Continue reading Paranormal Activity: The Marked Ones

13 Sins

A gripping and unique new horror thriller that lacks menace but is sure to keep you entertained. 13 Sins follows a popular horror theme that throws its everyman protagonist into a web of twisted and horrific scenarios. Down on his luck salesman Elliot (Mark Webber) receives a phone call from a strange man who promises a large sum of money if he successfully completes thirteen tasks. With a baby on … Continue reading 13 Sins