Green Room Review

Green Room is a brutal anxiety attack of a film. It heaves and explodes its way through a breathless ninety five minute run time, leaving you exhausted and shaken at the end. Where Blue Ruin hinted at the arriv...

Hush Review

As with any genre, there exists many sub-genres within horror. Hush is an entry in the ‘house invasion’ sub-genre, making its presence proudly known alongside other notable ‘house invasion’ films like The Stran...

The Witch Review

Let’s get one thing out of the way immediately – Robert Eggers The Witch (or The VVitch: A New-England Folktale) is not for everyone. If you scroll down the bottom before reading this review, you may see that I...

The Hunting Ground Review

One of the better horror films to come out this year is Kirby Dick’s documentary The Hunting Ground. Whilst the majority of the film is not played for horror, there is simply no denying the fact that this is a ...

A Nightmare on Elm Street Review

I was aware of the terror that is Freddy Kruger long before I ever saw a A Nightmare on Elm Street film. In 1991 or 1992 - I can't recall the exact year - my family went to the Brisbane Royal Show. Walking...

The Visit Review

For a while now M. Night Shyamalan has been considered a relative joke of a director. After Earth and Avatar: The Last Airbender were expensive failures. The Happening is one of the best worst films out there. Yet, something happened with Shyamalan adding 'producer' to his foray with the watchable Devil - a film that feels like it could have been a Shyamalan film all along. The hokiness of The Happening is wholeheartedly embraced with his latest outing, The Visit.