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The Burning

Jamie Suckley brings us a look at the 1981 Video Nasty, The Burning, a film that played on Friday the 13th’s setting and expanded on the carnage left in its wake. More…

The Burning
The Plague Of The Zombies

Hammer Horror’s The Plague Of The Zombies tells the ghoulish tale of Cornish village gripped in a mysterious epidemic that’s claiming the lives of its young folks. More…

The Plague Of The Zombies
IT

Having lost his paper boat down the drain, Jamie Suckley reaches inside for it, but instead unleashes Wallace’s 1990 TV mini series IT, based on Kings 1986 novel. More…

IT
Dust Devil

No landscape is as intrinsic to the different types of cinema as the desert. Written and directed by Richard Stanley, Dust Devil is a 1992 film shot in Namibia. More…

Dust Devil
The Beast Must Die

Directed by Paul Annett and starring Calvin Lockhart and Peter Cushing, The Beast Must Die is a Werewolf film with very little Werewolf in it, as Simon Powell finds out. More…

The Beast Must Die
The People Under The Stairs

Wes Craven’s 1991 horror shocker sees a burglary gone wrong and a young boy trapped in a house with a pair of deranged psychopaths who keep their children under the stairs. More…

The People Under The Stairs
Dracula: Prince of Darkness

Dracula lacks a bit of bite – and a voice – in this quintessential Hammer horror, but it’s a classic horror, a fine way to spend a couple of hours and worth checking out. More…

Dracula: Prince of Darkness
An American Werewolf In London

Written and directed by John Landis, An American Werewolf In London, reminded us to stay on the road, keep clear of the moors, and most importantly, beware the moon! More…

An American Werewolf In London
Ginger Snaps

The werewolf legend takes an interesting turn with this tale of two teenage sisters, one of whom gets bitten by a beast and begins a slow and painful transformation. More…

Ginger Snaps
Star Wars Episode I

More than two decades after the original trilogy, the Star Wars prequels offer an objective look at the Jedi Order and its interaction with modern politics for the first time. More…

Star Wars Episode I
Demons

Set in Berlin in the 1980’s, Demons offers an eerie kind of reflexivity as we see a group of cinemagoers watching a film about a group of friends terrorised by demons. More…

Demons
Manhunter

In Michael Mann’s 1986 adaptation of Thomas Harris’ Red Dragon, sometimes to catch a killer, you have to think like a killer and see the world they way he sees it. More…

Manhunter
Cobra

With its gun fights, explosions, hand to hand combat and daredevil stunts, Cosmatos and Stallone pack them all in here with Cobra, a brutal yet enjoyable 80s action movie. More…

Cobra
Uncle Buck

John Candy plays the hapless Uncle Buck who has to look after his nephew (Macaulay Culkin) and nieces in this classic family comedy from writer and director John Hughes. More…

Uncle Buck
Labyrinth

Step beyond the world you know and enter the labyrinth with Jim Henson’s fantasy adventure where nothing’s as it seems and a young girl tries to defeat the Goblin King, Jareth. More…

Labyrinth

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