Ken brings us Dead of Night (1972) Dead of Night (1974), directed by Bob Clark, written by Alan Ormsby and released in 1972, Dead of Night is as haunting as it is unsettling.
Inspired by the W.W. Jacobs short story The Monkey’s Paw, in which a family are granted three wishes and use one of them to resurrect their dead son, Dead of Night takes the zombie sub-genre and expands upon the established mythos.
A treasure-trove of strangeness awaits viewers in Lisa and the Devil (along with its re-edited American version, House of Exorcism) the second of Arrow Video’s Mario Bava releases this month. Containing the same nightmarish,dreamlike narrative that punctuates through Bava’s later work – Lisa and the Devil is a surrealistic feast of bizarre perversion.
So for Dom’s look at this strange slice of Italian horror, head inside now…
They have come back from the grave and are going to EAT YOU!! Now Dom braves the hungry flesh eating hordes as he brings us his review on Arrow Video’s latest release. Dare you view Lucio Fulci’s, Zombie Flesh Eaters?
So head on inside for Arrow Film & Video latest release, which is out next week. So what are you waiting for? A zombie attack?
With our screening of John Carpenter’s Halloween (1978) this week we bring another view on this classic horror from our newest writer, Ren Zelen.
We all know the story of a psychotic murderer institutionalized since childhood for the murder of his sister, escapes and stalks a bookish teenage girl and her friends while his doctor chases him through the streets.
So head inside for Ren’s great look at this classic…
In 1978 the face of horror changed forever with the release of John Carpenters seminal classic, Halloween. Now
with trick or treating fast approaching, Dom brings us his take on the 3 Halloween films that are closest to his heart. Its 3 times the Halloween and 3 times the Myers! He’s back once again and this time he’s brought a friend home.
Head on inside for Dom’s great look back over his favourite Halloween films …
Attack From Planet B is very proud to present its third cond screening event for our great followers and we are opening with a classic, John Carpenter’s original Halloween. Where a psychotic murderer institutionalized since childhood for the murder of his sister, escapes and stalks a bookish teenage girl and her friends while his doctor chases him through the streets.
So head on inside for all the details …
The Classic Horror Campaign was set up to persuade the BBC to bring back their iconic Saturday night classic horror double bills which were so popular on television in the seventies and early eighties. We host a regular series of classic horror double bill screenings in London at the Roxy Bar & Screen and recently organised the hugely successful Frighten Brighton Classic Horror Film Festival on the U.K.’s south coast. We aim to continue celebrating cult films and bringing classic horror to the masses!
To celebrate the re-release of Alien – The Illustrated Story by Archie Goodwin and Walter Simonson from Titan Books, we bring you Our Top Parasitic Alien Movies. From the creepy crawly brain munchers to the blood thirsty chest busters, with your mind controlling overlords and skin nibbling flesh eaters, this list is sure to get your skin crawling.
So head on inside to see who or what has made our list, along with a look at Alien – The Illustrated Story by Archie Goodwin and Walter Simonson.