Category Archives: Review

Leslie Nielsen combats the Mythos!

I stumbled across this little oddity recently and thought it deserved a mention. Dark Intruder is an unsold TV pilot from 1965, starring Leslie Nielsen as the playfully sardonic psychic detective Brett Kingsford. The whole thing is rather fun, and I imagine … Continue reading

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Episode 55 – The Good Friends re-animate their love of Stuart Gordon

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Podcast: Play in new window | DownloadSubscribe: Apple Podcasts | Android | RSS We’re back, and we’re looking at a couple of old favourites: Re-Animator and From Beyond. While these films have been around for almost as long as Matt, … Continue reading

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Film Review: It Follows

It Follows (USA, 2015) Being of a morbid disposition, I’ve spent more of my life thinking about death than is probably healthy. And while I’ve always found it easy to joke about dark subjects, middle age is making it harder … Continue reading

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Film Review: Spring

Spring (USA, 2014) I’ve always loved stories about sympathetic monsters. When I was young, one of my favourites was The Werewolf and the Vampire by R Chetwynd-Hayes. It is a love story between the two eponymous monsters that moves from being … Continue reading

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Film Review: The Atticus Institute

The Atticus Institute (USA, 2014) It may be over 40 years since its release, but The Exorcist remains a huge influence on horror cinema. It still tops lists of the greatest horror films and its viewership is far from limited to horror … Continue reading

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