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  • Mandy



    Mandy - 2018
    January Scavenger Hunt - Film #5
    Criteria: Something starring an actor from Glee
    HORROR x52 - Film #2
    Criteria: Made in 2018

    I mean, seriously, WTF? Not only is this by far my new favourite Nicholas Cage film, but this goes above and beyond anything I've seen for some time.

    Through a clever use of colour and psychedelic themes, Mandy offers a 'trippy' take on your traditional revenge plot. Imagine Friday the 13th on acid. The killing…

  • Pieces



    Professor Brown, you see, is a homosexual. - The Dean

    Pieces - 1982
    January Scavenger Hunt - Film #4
    Criteria: Something with SCHLOCK

    This film seems to get a lot of love from fellow Letterboxd users, but I can't say I was completely sold. The whole creep stalking busty co-eds on campus is tried and tested, and chuck in the occasional red herring and you've got a pretty familiar premise for a slasher film.

    Pieces' greatest strength? Gore. Holy moly…

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  • Chopping Mall

    Chopping Mall


    Let's send these fuckers a Rambo-gram. - Rick

    Hooptober 5.0: Film 7
    Chopping Mall - 1986

    God I love this film. Like genuinely love this film.

    At a time where the slasher genre was looking a bit stale, here comes Chopping Mall to really turn up the 80s vibe. We've got a kickass soundtrack, a ridiculous concept and some surprisingly dangerous 'baddies'.

    The outlandish plot is purely a bit of fun, but the great pacing keeps things ticking along nicely.…

  • Hellraiser



    No tears, please. It's a waste of good suffering. - Pinhead

    Hooptober 5.0: Film 3
    Hellraiser - 1987

    Hellraiser has a lot of tools in its arsenal that make it one of the darker horror films of the 80s, highlighting that one fear most of us have. The fear of the unknown.

    Its strongest asset is an engrossing storyline, which gets darker and more twisted with every minute that passes. The literal idea of hell 'coming to life' is indeed…