Month: October 2017

A perfect seasonal gift for any and all horror obsessives (is there a Halloween equivalent of the stocking filler?), this short, sweet comic is a welcome return to solo-penned stories from Hellboy creator and all-round industry legend Mike Mignola. While the expanded Hellboy universe is still going strong, Mignola has favoured co-writing various spin-offs and
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One of the latest novels to address the possibility of a world transformed by the effects of global warming, Paul McCauley’s Austral is set a number of years into the future. Antarctica has been colonised, the retreating ice revealing the landscape underneath, and humanity are building a new world there. The eponymous central figure is a
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If, like many viewers around the world, you are already hooked on Star Trek Discovery, the future is looking brighter than ever: this week, network CBS has announced that the series has officially been renewed for Season 2. In a statement, CBS noted in particular that Star Trek Discovery has already been successful at bringing in new subscribers
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Production is now underway on Jovanka Vuckovic’s post-apocalyptic Riot Girls and we have to say…we cannot wait. Screen Daily reported that the director, whose previous work includes the excellent short The Captured Bird and The Box segment of horror anthology XX, has started filming her first feature film, and we are loving the plot synopsis: “Set in an
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Not to be confused with Carlos Algara and Alejandro Martinez-Beltran’s Mexican film of the same name, Verónica is, like its director Paco Plaza’s previous [REC] and [REC] 2, set mostly in a Spanish metropolitan apartment building where something diabolical finds a way in. There, 15-year-old Verónica (Sandra Escacena, in an impressive big-screen debut) is left
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A strict catholic upbringing leaves shy Thelma (Eli Harboe) feeling like an outsider as she embarks on her University education in Joachim Trier’s sensitively handled supernatural Nordic chiller. Trier stamps his own nuanced spin on female coming-of-age horror by introducing a refreshing and richly drawn gay character struggling with her sexuality that strikes a similar
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Rafe Spall turns in an emotionally engaging performance in this loose adaptation of Adam Nevill’s horror novel directed by David Bruckner and written by Joe Barton. Spall really makes you feel his character, Luke’s pain, fear and grief during and after he witnesses the brutal murder of a close friend at an off-licence. The swift
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Barbara Crampton stars in this new trailer for body horror Replace By Poppy-Jay Palmer 12-10-17 15,448 You can read the synopsis for Replace here: Merging the striking visual beauty of The Neon Demon with the modern body horror told from a female perspective of Raw, Replace is a stylishly viral love story about reverse aging starring Rebecca Forsythe (We Are Your
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