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Dave’s Cultamania: Horror franchise mis-steps

by Dave Foyon 13/09/2016
For a movie studio, having a successful movie with a multiple franchise sequels is like adding toppings on a pizza. Sure, a plain cheese and tomato base will still taste good, and people will still happily buy it – but producing a subsequent range of extra ingredients, each with their own increased cost, will raise profits and keep […]

Wes Craven (1939 – 2015)

by Dave Foyon 02/09/2015
Wes Craven: The most influential horror director of the late 20th Century – in memoriam. Monday brought the sad news that American horror auteur Wes Craven had died at the age of 76, after a battle with brain cancer. The man responsible for two of the longest lasting and financially successful franchises in the horror genre, […]

Sheffield Film and Comic Con

by Peter Ray Allisonon 13/06/2015
With the line-up being announced, Peter Ray Allison explains why people need to go to the Sheffield Film and Comic Con, lamenting how he missed it last year.

Slasher Saturdays – An Introduction

by Michael Doddon 14/09/2013
If you’ve been following my Free Film Friday blog then you know that I am seriously in to cinema. There isn’t really anything that I won’t watch, and what I do like I follow obsessively. One area which has always intrigued me is the horror film, and in particular the slasher sub-genre. I wanted to […]

You’re Next – 8GPPS

by Michael Doddon 09/09/2013
A few months ago I was intrigued by a number of reviews which had called the remake of The Evil Dead the best horror film in years. I allowed such high praise to influence my decision to see the movie, and in the end I kind of regretted it because I actually did not find that particular […]