Interviews

“The studio wanted a date movie,” laughs Director Chris Walas, recalling his route into 1989’s twisted creature feature The Fly II. As the follow up to David Cronenberg’s gene-splicing masterpiece, it may come as a surprise to discover this grisly and considerably darker sequel was ever considered suitable Netflix and chill material. Having transformed Jeff
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In 1966, television producer Dan Curtis dreamt of a young woman on a train. From this simple beginning, a legendwas born. Writer Art Wallace developed Curtis’s vague idea into a 91-page series bible entitled Shadows On The Wall. This bible became a gothic soap opera, wherein slightly oddball orphan Victoria Winters (Alexandra Moltke) came to
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Directed by Jennifer Sheridan and written by Matt Stokoe Rose: A Love Story is a chilling horror thriller which follows Rose, who lives in seclusion with her husband and gripped by a violent, terrifying illness. However, the arrival of a stranger shatters the fragile refuge they have built… Starring Sophie Rundle (Peaky Blinders, Jamestown, Bodyguard) and Matt
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By 1961, Alfred Hitchcock was in a bit of a dilemma. A year earlier the great master of suspense had delivered one of the most spine-chilling experiences ever committed to celluloid, and consequently his most profitable movie to date. It both revolutionised the habits of cinemagoers and ingrained a heightened level of fear in the
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Written and directed by long-time Hellraiser collaborator Gary J Tunnicliffe (above left), the latest installment in the franchise is Hellraiser: Judgment, which finds two tough detectives, brothers Sean and David Carter, on the hunt for a gruesome serial killer terrorising their city with a series of murders based on the Ten Commandments. Joining forces with detective
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Written and directed by long-time Hellraiser collaborator Gary John Tunnicliffe, the latest installment in the franchise is Hellraiser: Judgment, which finds two tough detectives, brothers Sean and David Carter, on the hunt for a gruesome serial killer terrorising their city with a series of murders based on the Ten Commandments. Joining forces with detective Christine
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Somewhere out there in the multiverse, there’s a world in which Fringe won the audience it deserved. In our version of reality, however, those of us who cherished this mesmerising, mind-bending show – a link in the chain of unforgettable science-fiction offerings that connects The Twilight Zone to Kolchak: The Night Stalker and The X-Files
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While his traditional feature film output has dwindled this century, Joe Dante still remains one of the most interesting American figures working in predominantly genre-based cinema. His films are rife with expressions of all-devouring cinephilia, which also comes through in his collaborative web series Trailers From Hell. During his UK visit for the Edinburgh International
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