All posts by Richard Waters:

Let’s face it, crowdfunding is a bubble doomed to burst. It is a fad that has exponentially gained popularity, and is now being that annoying drunk who just won’t stop dancing awkwardly, looking for attention. Through its popularity, we have had A LOT of indie horrors come out of it, but most of them are unremarkable [...]

The good folks over at Bloody Disgusting have posted the latest UK trailer for Apartment 1303 3D, a remake of the 2007 Japanese film of the same name, starring Mischa ‘The O.C.’ Barton, Rebecca De Mornay and Julianne ‘who the…?’ Michelle. They were hoping the UK trailer might be less confusing than the very bizarre [...]

The most banned film of all time. The definitive cannibal movie. The grandfather of found footage. The one that goes all the way. Italian filmmaker Ruggero Deodato’s Cannibal Holocaust has a hell of a reputation preceding it. But now, thirty years later, can it still hold up to a modern horror audience in a post-torture [...]

Adam Green, one of horror’s most hardworking men, with a constant output of features and a TV show, returns to the silver screen, this time tackling the well-threaded faux-realism sub-genre with Digging Up The Marrow. Presented as a finished documentary, the film blurs the line between fact and fiction, using reality as the perfect gateway [...]

VHS tapes. Remember them? Before Blu-Ray and DVD, with their crystal clear hi-def image and surround sound, VHS was the savour of the film fanatic. Even with its poor video quality that made things look slightly out of focus and its tendency to have its innards ripped out and munched on by the very players [...]

Brought to us by the minds behind some of the Saw films, The Tortured centres around an emotionally devastated couple who kidnap the killer of their son, chain him in their basement, and put him through intense pain and torture (hey, that’s dangerously close to a title warning!). Erika Christensen and Jesse Metcalfe play the [...]