In this year’s celebration of Halloween film’s I am joined by some of my friends to see what people’s favourite Halloween films are.
IT is the new adaptation of Stephen King’s horror novel about an evil force, It, that terrorises a small town, often in the form of Pennywise the clown.
It Comes At Night is Trey Edward Shult’s new psychological horror/thriller about a family trying to survive an apocalyptic disease.
Ridley Scott is back for his third entry in the Alien Franchise, a sequel to Prometheus, Alien: Covenant.
Get Out, the debut film from comedian Jordan Peele, is a horror film with comedic elements. Check out my review.
The final installment of the Resident Evil film franchise, based on the successful video games, has hit cinemas.
M Night Shyamalan’s new film Spilt is now in cinemas, but is it his return to form or another crushing disappointment?
Its time in my Halloween celebration to go a little more light hearted and celebrate my favourite horror comedies.
Having dealt with the villains lets turn our attention to the monsters in the second part of my Halloween celebration.
To kick off my celebration of Halloween I’ve picked some of my absolute favourite horror villains.