Simon Rumley talks Red, White & Blue

Last year The Horror Channel premiered Simon Rumley’s stunning piece of award-winning cinema, The Living And The Dead and this month they are giving his equally astonishing and controversial movie Red White And Blue its UK TV premiere on Oct 20 at 10.55pm.

Bereavement DVD Review

Stevan Mena’s Bereavement starts promisingly. Shadows of The Shining, Silence of the Lambs and The Terminator are present during the opening few minutes. A few minutes more however and the scene starts to resem... Read More...

FrightFest Competition

Now that FrightFest 2012 is well and truly done (keep your eyes open for FRR's coverage and interview coming soon), we have a unique competition prize to give away to ONE of our readers. The atmosphere at FrightFest is like a family, people coming together each year to celebrate the genre of horror (in all it's various generic forms). The stars, directors, writers and producers of these films mix with the crowds to form the excitement of the festival and it's a great time had all round.

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...