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22 Days 'til Halloween, 2016: MR. WRONG aka DARK OF THE NIGHT (1985)

Every year I reserve the right to at least once have a very brief, half-assed kind of post in order to give myself time to…you know…take a nap, finish my laundry, and maybe go have a drink with a friend while watching the presidential debate. 390 more words

1980s Horror


7. The Werewolf vs The Vampire Woman (1971, León Klimovsky)

Before Batman vs Superman, before Alien vs Predator, before all that garbage, Spanish horror movie legend Paul Naschy gave us the classic monster mash up of WEREWOLF against VAMPIRE WOMAN. 573 more words



Silence is golden for a good horror film.

Killing Ground isn’t the first shocker to be filmed in the isolation of the Australian bush, and based on the success of the formula, deployed to no small effect here, it won’t be the last. 428 more words


The Babadook - Horror Movie

The Babadook (2014) was written and directed by Jennifer Kent. Starring Essie Davis (Game of Thrones), Noah Wiseman, and Daniel Henshall.


The Babadook is a tale grief and being able to control and understand what is going on with it. 498 more words

Horror Movies


Getting stuck in a haunted house has never sounded so good.

Australian writer/director Sean Byrne’s (The Loved Ones) The Devil’s Candy is, for the most part, fairly recognisable horror fare. 491 more words


Snowtown (2011)


Summary: Snowtown is based on the events of real-life serial killer John Bunting. Bunting along with his crew, murdered eleven people under the guise that they were pedophiles or vagrants who deserved to die. 602 more words

Horror Movies

HIDDEN HORROR - Rogue (2007)

Australia is a land of beautiful and vast territories…and many of the deadliest animals on the planet like the Saltwater Crocodile. In 2007 Australian genre director Greg Mclean the man responsible for the Wolf Creek franchise gave us arguably one of the best killer croc movies ever…it was ROGUE. 375 more words

Hidden Horror