Saturday , 24 February 2018

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Oh, hell yes! – Lucifer – review

People like to tell me things, those deep, dark, naughty little desires…. Lord of the Underworld, Prince of Darkness, Beelzebub, El Diablo, Satan – he goes by many names, but is known to all as the Devil, or as he’s called in the title of Fox’s devilishly delightful new show, Lucifer. So, what does one do when they’re bored as hell ... Read More »

The Truth is Here! – X-Files returns!

I Want to Believe! The search for the truth about extraterrestrials and other things that go bump in the night resumes Sunday when one of television’s greatest series ever, The X-Files, returns for a limited run of six episodes on Fox. Mulder and Scully are back to investigate alien abductions, government conspiracies and strange creatures in the show that masterfully blended horror, ... Read More »

R.I.P. Angus Scrimm, Phantasm’s Tall Man

Boyyyyyyyy!!!! The Gore 4 is very sad to report that Angus Scrimm, the horror icon best known for portraying the frightening “Tall Man” in the Phantasm franchise, has died at the age of 89. Don Coscarelli, Scrimm’s longtime director and friend, informed Entertainment Weekly, saying: “Angus Scrimm passed away peacefully tonight surrounded by his friends and loved one,” Coscarelli wrote, ... Read More »

Great Things about The H8ful Eight – review

One of them fellas is not what he says he is. It’s always an event whenever a Quentin Tarantino film is released. Never afraid to splash blood across the screen, Tarantino has given the Gore 4 even more reason to rejoice with his latest film, The Hateful Eight, a modern, old-fashioned Western masterpiece with an outstanding cast and shades of John Carpenter’s ... Read More »

The Horror of Star Wars

Star Wars is once again taking over the galaxy with the seventh film in the saga, The Force Awakens, continuing the adventures of Luke, Leia, Han and their compatriots, along with new heroes and foes alike. While the Star Wars films are generally considered to be in the genre of science fiction, and indeed, are usually rated PG, or after Return ... Read More »

Slay bells ring in Krampus – review

I’m dreaming of a fright Christmas. The holidays are upon us, a time when families come together to celebrate, to feast, and in the new film, Krampus, battle an ancient evil demon hellbent on destroying them all. Starring Adam Scott and Toni Collette, Krampus is the latest in a number of films that mix the holiday of Christmas with the genre of horror. ... Read More »

Standing tall for wildlife – Racing Extinction

In 100 years, fifty percent of all species could be gone. On August 1 of this year, the iconic Empire State Building in New York City lit up the night sky with a variety of images of imperiled wildlife in order to bring to light the message that our planet Earth is on the brink of a devastating mass extinction, ... Read More »

Kurt Russell vs. Cannibals in Bone Tomahawk – review

“The only advantage we have over these cave dwellers is being smarter. So let’s not lose that.” Kurt Russell. Cannibals. Western. Horror. Really, a movie like this exists? I mean, you had us already at Kurt Russell. And yes, this movie does exist and it’s awesome. Mixing the western with horror is a rare mash-up, but debut filmmaker S. Craig ... Read More »

Mean girls mean death in #Horror – review

Bullying has been around for as long as there have been people, going back to that time when Cain slayed his brother Abel. Usually, the reasons behind bullying are jealousy and insecurity. Now, though, with the proliferation of social media, bullying can take on many forms, and, in some ways, inflict even more damage. Now, from IFC Midnight, who have ... Read More »

Prometheus sequel gets new old title and release date

“I don’t want to go back to where we came from. I want to go where they came from.” Certainly one of the most widely discussed genre films of the past several years is Ridley Scott’s 2012 Prometheus, which expanded upon the Alienverse which he first brought to cinemas in 1979’s Alien. While many praised the film’s visuals, ambitious ideas and ... Read More »