A good look at the macabre and what was classed as horror in the 1890's. The appearance of witches and Mephistopheles signifies the fears and superstitions of the time. A great, atmospheric short that can lend so many ideas to modern genre stories.
“God is pain... is suffering... is betrayal.”
Apostle had been on my radar since it’s release in 2018, but I’d yet to watch it until now. After seeing the trailer I had high hopes, and I can say for certain - my excitement for this movie wasn’t for nothing.
The beginning 30 minutes or so is choppy in its editing and narrative style, and initially, I was sceptical. We’re introduced into the plot quite abruptly to make way for the…
The movie is a gory fun-fest where everyone is in on the joke, the kills are unique, and I have to give this movie points for the toaster kill without giving too much away. It’s definitely stupid, but in the sense that it’s just a lot of fun to watch.
Camp Death certainly plays off stereotypes and subverts expectations and it feels almost scary movie-esque in how it parodies the mainstream slasher tropes. The comedy is slapstick at times, and…
Everything is exactly as it seems.
Ghost Stories has been on my radar since I first saw the trailer, but has been sat in my watchlist ever since. I don’t know what I was expecting, but it certainly wasn’t that.
A beautifully macabre look into the human psyche disguised as a chilling anthology, Ghost Stories is bleak horror done right. It keeps you guessing all the way to the very end, giving you mere hints to what could really be…