Something to admire (and be scared of) for the next 27 years. IT – movie review

Starting off as the most anticipated movie of 2017 among horror fans, Stephen King’s IT is now the highest grossing horror film in cinema history (at least in the US), only some two weeks after it hit the American theatres. The movie about a bunch of kids – the appropriately named “losers” – who fight … Continue reading Something to admire (and be scared of) for the next 27 years. IT – movie review

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The Classics of Horror #5 – Psycho (1960)

As I previously mentioned in my Rosemary’s Baby review, I have a ‘special’ chapter of The Classics of Horror dedicated to Psycho. My girlfriend and I, in fact, went to watch the screening of Alfred Hitchcock’s masterpiece at Grosvenor Park – a quiet oasis in the middle of the chaotic Londoner nightlife on a summer … Continue reading The Classics of Horror #5 – Psycho (1960)

Forget about Freddy and Jason, a new slasher will haunt your nights. Lake Alice – movie review

Yes, it will. Lake Alice – a crowdfunded slasher flick directed by Ben Milliken – won’t let you catch sleep anymore. Why? No, not because it’s scary or unsettling or disturbing. Instead, Lake Alice will keep you wide awake wondering how on earth it got made. Recently released straight on Amazon and Netflix, this ‘thing’ … Continue reading Forget about Freddy and Jason, a new slasher will haunt your nights. Lake Alice – movie review

One of the best dark fairy tales in recent years. Coraline – movie review

Coraline (2009) is a stop-motion movie written, directed and produced by Henry Selick (The Nightmare Before Christmas, 1993). I came across this little animated film thanks to my girlfriend, who suggested me to watch it. I so decided to expand my attention to the animated movies with horror elements and, after a quick search, I … Continue reading One of the best dark fairy tales in recent years. Coraline – movie review