After the hugely disappointing Jigsaw in 2017, it’s safe to say I once again felt apprehensive about another instalment in the long-running Saw franchise which has spanned several films and even video games.
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Horror and comedy can be a perfect match, and Deadly Scare is a perfect example of how the two opposing genres can work in harmony to create something brilliant.
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Tackling the vegan debate and staying balanced feels impossible, but that’s exactly what Max Sobol does in horror-comedy Meat is Murder.
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I joined Sade from Offscreen Babble to discuss Ari Aster’s second film Midsommar. There was so much to unpack and I hope I covered as much as possible! Thank you for having me, it was a lot of fun. Skip to 00:55:20 to listen to the Midsommar review! Follow Offscreen BabbleFacebook | Twitter | Instagram Continue reading Collabs: Offscreen Babble “Midsommar” Review
I’ve never spoken about my all time favourite film at length on a podcast before, so I was delighted to have the opportunity to do so on The Pick of the Flicks. Thank you so much to Tom Beasley and Flickering Myth for having me on, this was so much fun and I really hope you enjoyed it too! Take a listen and make sure you … Continue reading Collabs: The Silence of the Lambs with blogger Lucy Buglass – The Pick of the Flicks Podcast #28
Rating: ★★★★ 1/2 Running at only 5 minutes, The First Date isn’t wasting any time and I was curious to see how the story would play out. The film follows an unnamed man as he arrives at a restaurant, waiting to meet a woman for a first date. At first he thinks she’s stood him up, but it’s soon revealed something much more sinister is afoot. Director Adam … Continue reading Short Film Saturdays: “The First Date”
Rating: ★★★ Happy Halloween everyone! What better way to celebrate than with my review of the latest in the Halloween franchise? 40 years after John Carpenter’s iconic horror film, we are greeted with a brand new instalment in Michael Myers’ saga. It feels like a really special moment for horror fans, as we reflect on the original decades later. The opening credits pay homage to the 1978 … Continue reading Halloween 2018: Michael’s back, back again
In my first ever live radio appearance, I spoke to Marcus, Laura and David from Shoot The Breeze about a bunch of films, my blog, and my top 5 scariest characters in film and TV. It was an absolute blast to speak with these guys, and it’s not too bad for my very first live show! I’m quite proud of how it turned out, and I … Continue reading Collabs: Shoot The Breeze with Marcus, Laura and David: S3E7 Lucy Buglass from Lucy Goes To Hollywood