Gruesome Argentinian creature feature Murder Me, Monster is not for the faint of heart
We have three copies of James Whale’s gothic chiller The Old Dark House to give away!
Boris Karloff is a sinister butler in James Whale’s beautiful Gothic chiller The Old Dark House
The Man Who Killed Don Quixote film review Cannes 2018: Is Terry Gilliam’s passion project worth the wait?
Terry Gilliam has finally finished his endlessly troubled dream film…so how is it?
Mamoru Hosoda returns with magical coming of age tale Mirai
Yann Gonzalez lovingly plays homage to Bava and Almodóvar in gorgeous kinky giallo Knife + Heart
An amnesiac must figure out why masked men are killing him in Serbian SF Incarnation
You absolutely must catch the 70mm re-release of Stanley Kubrick’s 2001
The IT sequel casts two more of the Adult Losers
HBO update Ray Bradbury’s classic for the digital age with this star-studded TV movie
Can the Han Solo origin movie triumph over its rocky production and prove the doubters wrong?
Three archeologists explore our future in Yorgos Zois’ Third Kind
The latest film from the author of Let The Right One In blends rom-com, grotesquerie and bizarre fairy-tale
Adult Swim orders a massive 70 episodes of Rick And Morty
The restoration of Barry Hines’ Threads is as devastating as ever
We talk to Coralie Fargeat about putting a new spin on a troubled sub-genre with the stylish, brutal Revenge
Syfy has cancelled its brilliant SF show The Expanse but there’s a chance that it’s not dead yet
Can Netflix’s Danish drama The Rain stand out from all the other post-apocalypses?
Chucky and Dirk Gently star Fiona Dourif signs on for The Purge TV show
Fox gives the go-ahead to the TV series based on Justin Cronin’s vampire epic The Passage
Coralie Fargeat’s savagely stylish Revenge turns a problematic sub-genre on its head
Keanu Reeves and Alex Winter sign on for Bill And Ted Face The Music because not everything is terrible
The remake of Stephen King’s Pet Sematary snags the great John Lithgow
Fox greenlights Jemaine Clement and Taika Waititi’s What We Do In The Shadows TV series
Jim Hickcox’s lo-fi, low-art monsterfest Soft Matter defies easy categorisation, while reflecting upon its own impermanence
The Strangers are back and as vicious as ever in Johannes Roberts’ throwback sequel
From the Tribeca Film Festival, here’s our review of pitch-black horror The Dark
The first film from Studio Ponoc is beautiful to look at, but is there substance as well as style?
Looks like Tree Gelbman will be having another killer day over and over again in Happy Death Day 2
Four more names have been added to the impressive cast of The Grudge reimagining