Monthly Archives: August 2016

CHILDMARE by Nick Sharman (1980)

Let’s talk about the unexplained. Or, rather, the over-explained. See for me, horror tends to work best when it takes place for no reason. It’s why Rob Zombie’s Halloween remake wasn’t as successful as the original, when Michael Myers was … Continue reading

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THE SCARLET GOSPELS by Clive Barker (2015)

I’d like this blog to be a positive place, where we can celebrate horror in it’s many forms. I take no pleasure in deriding a piece of work, and certainly do not enjoy knocking a master of the art. What … Continue reading

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