The Hole In The Ground Review

The Hole In The Ground Review

The Hole In The Ground , written by Stephen Shields and director Lee Cronin, has a lot of plot in common with Corin Hardy’s Irish-set The Hallow but its mood is different, holding back on effects horrors in favour of a nerve-fraying waiting game between creepy kid — we know he’s a changeling, even as Sarah can barely bring herself to suspect — and the driven-beyond-her-breaking-point mum.

The Twilight Zone: 5 Creepy Moments From That Amazing Trailer

The Twilight Zone: 5 Creepy Moments From That Amazing Trailer

We already saw the doll head and the lady standing on the rocks, and now it looks like there's some luggage floating in the water behind him.

Alive (2018) [Blood in the Snow 2018]

Alive (2018) [Blood in the Snow 2018]

These elements mix together in a ways that gives Alive a strong, tense story and keeps the viewer glued to the screen. The images use the darkness and the light in a way that adds to the story and makes it all the more powerful in its creepiness.

Anya Taylor-Joy Starring In Edgar Wright's Last Night In Soho

Anya Taylor-Joy Starring In Edgar Wright's Last Night In Soho

You may recall that, last month, we brought you the exclusive first word on Edgar Wright's new film, a psychological horror to be set in London, featuring a female lead.

Saving Christmas and Kicking Ass: A Look at SpookyDan Walker’s Slay Belles

Saving Christmas and Kicking Ass: A Look at SpookyDan Walker’s Slay Belles

Not only is it a Christmas horror film, but it stars a group of awesome ladies. Slay Belles, written by Spooky Dan Walker, is a bright, funny and delightfully bloody film, perfect for celebrating the Christmas season.