It’s obvious from the trailer that Disney’s latest offering, The Nutcracker and the Four Realms, is a feast for the eyes. But beneath the delectable visuals, is there any food for thought? Sarah Clarry reviews.
Endorsed as the true sequel to the classic 1970s slasher film ‘Halloween’, our resident horror fanatic Sarah Clarry went to see if the new film in the franchise has people shaking in their boots or shaking their heads.
Soderbergh’s Unsane delivers an experimental and all-too-believable tale of horror, albeit one that is undercut by simple script failings.
While Truth or Dare doesn’t cover much new ground on the horror front it does pose a few interesting questions to its audience. Our resident horror movie film fanatic has given us her verdict on the latest offering from Blumhouse.
Chocolat follows the story Rafael Padilla (Omar Sy), the first prominent black performer on the French stage. Rafael transitions into the performer Chocolat; part of a famous clown double act. His journey begins in the Belle Epoque era from humble beginnings performing as an exotic black chief named Kananga at the small Delvaux Circus.
In the 1920s, the horror genre cemented itself as a cornerstone of the new cinematic era. Sarah Clarry takes us through five of the Golden Era’s finest.
You have to GET OUT the amazing new horror flick from comedian Jordan Peele.
A retrospective look at the 1973 classic thriller Don’t Look Now.