Category Archives: horror

The Hammer double feature

I’m off to the Jameson’s Cult Film Club on Thursday night to soak up some atmosphere in St George’s Hall and enjoy some old fashioned British horror. Incidentally, before we start Mark Gatiss has an excellent documentary on this subject  which … Continue reading

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The Halloween movie double feature

I love October. It’s my favourite time of the year. The nights get longer, ghost stories get told and nobody raises an eyebrow if you warm up with some mulled wine. It’s also the time of year I have my … Continue reading

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The splatter film double feature

Not just a gore film and certainly not torture porn splatter is something very special indeed. A host of violence and gore the splatter film shocks through its joy in excess. Fans of the Splatter Film tend to laugh with mischievousness when … Continue reading

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The mocumentary movie double feature

In honour of The Last Exorcism, which is released this weekend let us take a quick look at the noble art of keeping your costs down by shaking the camera around a bit. I’ll be honest though, I’m a sucker … Continue reading

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The 3D movie double feature

Ahhhh, the 3D movie.  Awesome in the cinema but terrible at home. I’m still saying terrible because at the time of going to press there are still barely any out and none of which are any good for the new … Continue reading

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The haunted house movie double bill

People love a good ghost story, they have done for generations. It’s in its best form when it’s believeable and right at your own door. So, spooky goings on always make for a great night in. Wait until it’s late … Continue reading

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The British horror film double bill

Mention British horror films and most people will instantly think of Hammer with its bonk-eyed villagers, studio-based forests and heaving busoms. They have a certain charm to them but we’re going to skip them for this. Instead we’re going for … Continue reading

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