Abel Ferrara | THE ADDICTION

Abel Ferrara is a huge favourite of many a genre fan, and we were lucky enough to catch up with him a year or two ago when Arrow Video gave his notorious Driller Killer a 4K Ultra HD release. With Arrow now giving Ferrara’s 1995 The Addiction the same treatment, we sat down with the … Continued


With the impressive adaptation of Joe Kelly and Ken Niimura’s I Kill Giants set to be released on DVD next month, we’ve managed to get hold of two DVD copies to give away to some lucky readers. To be in with a chance of winning one of these fantastic prizes, simply answer the following question: … Continued

The Five Best Video Games Based on Movie Franchises

Hollywood draws inspiration from everywhere – true stories, bestselling novels, mythology and, of course, video games. We’ve seen Angelina Jolie take on the role of sultry tomb raider Lara Croft, we’ve seen Jack Gyllenhaal star in the Prince of Persia, and not too long ago we saw Duncan Jones adapt World of Warcraft for the … Continued

Scout Taylor-Compton | GHOST HOUSE

For over a decade now, Scout Taylor-Compton has been a huge favourite of many a genre fan. With her latest movie Ghost House having just been released, we were lucky enough to grab some time with the truly charming Scout to discuss this Bangkok-set terror ride, fellow new release Feral, her upcoming new podcast show, … Continued

Jeff Russo | LEGION

In just a few short years, composer Jeff Russo has become the go-to person for genre scores. Beginning with the first season of Fargo in 2014, Russo has since scored the likes of serial killer drama American Gothic, Discovery, the latest instalment of the Star Trek franchise, all three series of creepypasta anthology Channel Zero, … Continued


To many, The Mountain of the Cannibal God is one of the most notorious of the famed video nasties. And now, to mark Shameless Films new Blu-ray release of this classic, we’ve got two copies of the release to give away. All you need to do to be in with a chance of winning one … Continued

Examining the Success of the SHARKNADO Franchise

How well do you remember one of the biggest Syfy events of 2013? Yes, we know it was five years ago, but we’re approaching the fifth anniversary of the launch of a franchise which can only be described as one of the most unexpected sensations. For those that don’t remember, the original instalment of the … Continued

Edinburgh International Film Festival 2018 Preview

The programme for this year’s Edinburgh International Film Festival has been released, and as usual there is plenty on offer that will appeal to discerning genre fans such as your good selves. To save you from having to scour the website to look up details of every one of the scores of new films on … Continued

Greater Manchester Fringe Festival 2018 Preview

Manchester is famous for being a hive of creativity and a place where lots of amazing things begin. Now in its sixth year, The Greater Manchester Fringe runs throughout July, filling the city with fresh and exciting comedy and drama, much of which is on its way to the better known Fringe Festival in Scotland. … Continued