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Movie review: Bloodlands

Steven Kastrissios takes us deep into modern Albania for his sophomore outing in the director’s chair.

Paving his way into the horror scene, Kastrissios turned heads with his debut feature, … 289 more words

A Night Of Horror Film Festival

Writers Best of 2017 - Hounds of Love

When you look back through the year, you always remember the films that left a mark on you – Hounds of Love is definitely this sort of beast. 193 more words

Movie review - Musclecar

Musclecar is a rampage of mayhem that shifts through the gears to a new level of cult Ozploitation.
It’s an Aussie oddball film and one not to be missed if you like a bit of a laugh. 335 more words

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Movie review: The Marshes

THE MARSHES_TRAILER from 28Productions on Vimeo.

Straight from the offset, director Roger Scott lures you into his feature length directorial debut, The Marshes with an unsettling feeling deep within unfamiliar territory. 320 more words

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The 10 Best Australian Horror Movies

Written by: Wesley Thomas

Those Aussies sure know a thing or two about horror movies. They’ve released some terrific flicks over the years. I suggest you watch all these on the list and always stay on the lookout for Aussie horrors. 314 more words

Feature Articles

Summerfield (1977)

Only borderline horror, Ken Hannam’s Summerfield is nonetheless part of an occasional theme that runs throughout the genre, that of the schoolteacher who winds up finding something very nasty indeed under the veneer of his or her new assignment (cf… 781 more words