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Review - The Atticus Institute

In the mid 1970′s, a small psychology lab in Pennsylvania began testing subjects that showed the early signs of psychic abilities. Although initially the results were small, one patient, Judith, began showing unparalleled psychic and telekinetic abilities. As further tests were carried out, it became apparent that this was not a case of a gifted [...]

Review - Sharknado 3: Oh Hell No!

You know the drill by now: storm’s a brewin’ and it’s full of the hungriest, most aggressive sharks imaginable. Make no mistake about it, the ‘nadoes of the Sharknado series – a series that will not die, judging by the announcement of a fourth instalment on the very same day the third was released – [...]

Review - The Canal

The Canal is a creepy little Irish shocker, that boasts bucketfuls of suspense and atmosphere but is ultimately a little disappointing. David works in a film archive centre with his softly spoken colleague Claire. One day she asks him to check out some new reels that the centre have acquired and David is startled to [...]

Review - The Gallows

The mainstream press would have you believe that found footage has had its day, that it hasn’t been good since The Blair Witch Project and that it should just go off and die somewhere already. This is because movies like Willow Creek, The Borderlands, etc. usually aren’t afforded theatrical releases and, therefore, the majority of [...]

Review - Burying the Ex

Horror fans of a certain age possess a deep, abiding love for Joe Dante. The auteur who gave us Gremlins, Piranha, Matinee et al can (usually) do no wrong, as evidenced by his most recent offering, The Hole; a fun, exciting, super-spooky kids’ horror flick with the scariest clown doll this side of Poltergeist. It’s [...]