The Tunnel Review

Deep beneath the heart of Sydney, the lives of four ordinary human beings are torn at the seams as they embark upon a work-oriented investigation that results in their capture amidst a frantic web of paranoia a... Read More...

The Skin I Live In DVD review

Pedro Almodóvar's latest film marks his first foray into the psychological horror genre, though The Skin I Live In could hardly be considered an experimental piece since he keeps intact so many of his trademark... Read More...

Rabies Review

There's a lot of buzz around Rabies, it being the first slasher-horror flick to come out of Israel. Directed and written by Aharon Keshales and Navot Papushado, it combines all of the traditional tropes; bent c... Read More...

Don’t Be Afraid of the Dark Review

With some movies, you can make a pretty accurate guess as to what you're going to get. With Don't Be Afraid of the Dark, you know straight away: title aside, famed gothic comic-book artist Troy Nixey is at the ... Read More...

I Saw the Devil Review

From the Korean director who brought us A Tale of Two Sisters, Kim Ji-Woon once again delivers the goods in the form of this outstanding murder and revenge horror film, I Saw the Devil. From the opening sce... Read More...