A Review of Crypt TV’s Knock Knock

European films have a distinctive feeling, making them easily more recognisable than American films. From the lighting to the camera work, it's just all so much different. And when it comes to Knock Knock, a French short film, it's more of the same. Written and directed by Maxence Rapp, Knock Knock tells the story of... Continue Reading →

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Read then Watch: A Review of Crypt TV’s Cheshire

Blending horror with fantasy elements can be a wonderful thing. Sometimes, the two just go hand-in-hand. However, in some cases, it doesn't work, and it comes off as dull and flat. Cheshire is clearly inspired by Alice Through the Looking Glass; it hits all the right notes, taking the fantastical elements and spinning it on its... Continue Reading →

The Storm Review

Action/Horror | 13:29 mins | Screamfest LA There is something intriguing about survival horror, about the fact that you are alone in a world overrun by dangerous creatures. There's a tension already built in, and for a film of this type to be successful, it must capitalise on it. The Storm tells the story of... Continue Reading →

5 Screamfest Short Films To Watch

Screamfest Horror Festival, based in Los Angeles, is America's largest and longest running horror film festival, and runs for ten days in October. The festival has launched a number of careers, providing a playoff for filmmakers and actors to showcase their work to a dedicated audience. Every week they upload a film that has premiered... Continue Reading →

Thing In The Apartment (Supercut) Review

Crypt TV have been known to make a number of short films into episodic series, with Look-See being the obvious example. John William Ross's Thing In The Apartment has also received this treatment, with two episodes to date, and the good folk over in Crypt TV have given us a supercut to enjoy Chapter I and II back... Continue Reading →

Read, then Watch: A Review of The Elegy

As previously stated in our other reviews of short horror films, they usually rely on a steady build-up and a killer (no pun intended) punch; and for the most part, Crypt TV provides us with above -average to wonderful punches. However, with The Elegy, the punch is not the only problem the film has to... Continue Reading →

Interview with Tommie Vegas

The Horror Club is pleased to speak to actress, Tommie Vegas, who has worked on wide range of projects within the horror genre such as Manscaping, Nite Nite,  The Interrogation of Cheryl Cooper (photo above), for which she picked up the Pollygrind Best Actress Award (2014). Upcoming projects include The Bread of Wickedness, The Virus... Continue Reading →

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