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First Thoughts: Don't Breathe

My introduction to Fede Alvarez was back in 2013 when he directed theĀ Evil DeadĀ reboot; in retrospect, that was an assignment that was far from ideal as a welcome to mainstream horror. 989 more words


The Babysitter Murders review

By Paul Downey

From the opening reels of the deliciously retro short ‘The Babysitter Murders’ it feels like were right back in the 80’s.

As fans of the genre will know, if some people had their way this would have been the title of what became John Carpenter’s Halloween, and it’s clear from the start that Director Ryan Spindell is a big fan of the Master of Horror. 199 more words

Exclusive Interview with Michael Ballif writer of Witching Season Films

By Paul Downey

We recently spoke to Michael Ballif one of the faces behind new horror web series Witching Season Films. They are currently filming the fourth episode, after ‘Killer on the Loose’, ‘Not Alone’ and ‘Princess’ which have all been reviewed on Bloody Flicks. 1,203 more words

Kevin Bacon to take a trip down Elm Street?

It all began with a tweet…but now horror fans are seriously considering Kevin Bacon as the next Freddy Krueger.

Bacon responded to a tweet he was tagged in on Twitter voicing his support saying, 163 more words

Support 'Slashermania' Graphic Novel

Freaktown Comics have launched a Kickstarter campaign to bring the deliciously titled ‘Slashermania’ to life as a graphic novel.

1983. Troubled teens from New York and Los Angeles are taken to a summer camp facility to be trained as counsellors and mix safely with other people their own age. 158 more words

Bastard review

By Paul Downey

I must admit I was just expecting a splatter fest when I saw the cover of Patrick Robert Young’s ‘Bastard’, but despite its full on title this is a slasher blender with a lot more going on than you’d expect. 239 more words

Did we actually need a 'Friday the 13th' TV series?

By Paul Downey

With the news that The CW has ditched the proposed Friday the 13th series, I pose the question did we actually need it in the first place? 185 more words