Based on the popular stage production which toured in the UK and then around Australia, Ghost Stories comes to life on the big screen from the creators of The League of Gentlemen (who also wrote and produced the play), and starring Martin Freeman.
Tag: Horror Films
Darren Aronofsky’s Mother! divided audiences like no other film when it was released in 2017, and it has now received a funny Honest Trailer that highlights the film’s humorous, negative aspects (SPOILERS in video).
The sequel to the 2008 fan-favourite home-invasion film The Strangers, The Strangers: Prey at Night gets its first trailer, set to a cool 80’s pop song that works surprisingly well in conjunction with the film’s terrifying themes.
Helen Mirren stars as widow Sarah Winchester in this supernatural film directed by Michael and Peter Spierig, depicting the tale of Winchester House, a real life haunted house in San Jose, California.
The horror film production giant Blumhouse is back with their latest teen-horror Truth or Dare – which contains one of the more ridiculous plots we’ve seen in a while.
If you’re looking for the most outrageous and brilliant trash to watch in December, then it’s pretty hard to go past the trailer for Another WolfCop, the comedic sequel to 2014’s WolfCop.
The home invasion horror sub-genre has been stuck in a rut for several years with a lot of narratives following familiar structures, relying on cheap scares to frighten audiences. Thankfully Better Watch Out breathes some much-needed fresh air into the genre and the audience are treated to a refreshing take on the home invasion movie.
If you’re appetite is for 1980’s horror nostalgia, or hipster burger joints, the twenty-teens is apparently the perfect time to be alive.
One thing to keep in mind before viewing The Killing of a Sacred Deer is that if you have seen director Yorgos Lanthimos’ previous work, which includes The Lobster (2015) and Dogtooth (2009), then you might almost be prepared for what’s in store.
The Blackcoat’s Daughter (originally titled February) is a horror-thriller depicting the tale of two girls, Kat (Kiernan Shipka) and Rose (Lucy Boynton), who are left at their boarding school over the winter break when their parents fail to pick them up.
Jigsaw marks the 8th film in the Saw series, and whilst it presents itself as a semi-reboot of the franchise, it really is a case of – seen one Saw film, seen them all.
In 1922, a female victim is wrongly murdered and thrown into a country well, only to return and haunt the terrified protagonist in the form of a vengeful spirit.
As wonderful as it has been growing up in Australia, one thing I’ve always envied is how big of a deal Halloween is overseas, especially in the US.
Winchester is an upcoming film by Aussie directors the Spierig brothers and stars Academy Award Winner Helen Mirren and fellow Aussie Jason Clarke.