WATCH: Alter’s Horror Through History Presents Night of the Living Dead

Alter runs an online series where they revisit horror classics throughout history. What this means is that they go through each decade and share a film. Up next in the series is George A. Romero's 1968 timeless masterpiece, Night of the Living Dead. The entirety of the film is available to watch on Alter's Youtube... Continue Reading →

REVIEW: Alien: Containment

It came as a surprise when it was announced that short films based on Alien were to be released in order to celebrate its 40th Anniversary. What was in store for fans of the franchise, given that the short films were actually commissioned, and not fan made ones uploaded to YouTube? The first one released,... Continue Reading →

REVIEW: Shelley S2

In The Horror Club’s review of Shelley season 1, we spoke about our concerns that the direction the series would take. It needed to be fresh and inventive, and break away from the typical ‘killer returns and takes revenge’ angle in order to stand out. For season 2, it follows the same approach of its... Continue Reading →

REVIEW: SOOT S1:E2

In our review of episode one of Soot, we stated that although it had a lot going for it, the episode as a whole felt a little bit too basic. As for episode two, it would need to add more than just cool deaths and creature effects to really grab the audience. Luckily, it does.... Continue Reading →

REVIEW: Troubled Youth S1: E1&2

Horror doesn't always have to be serious. Depending on the script, it can have a light-hearted approach and see the funny side of things. Scream Queens did a very good job of this as it embraced its bonkers tone, and knew it wasn't trying to be anything other than a guilty pleasure. Troubled Youth is along the... Continue Reading →

REVIEW: SOOT S1:E1

Crypt TV have been riding high with all their web-series. They are critical hits, audiences love them, and they're the talk of the deep-wide-web with countless reaction and theory videos. Of course, it's only a matter of time before Crypt adds a new entry into their horror-crazed world! And therefore, Soot is next in line... Continue Reading →

Four Reactions To Look-See Season Two

Both, Crypt TV and Look-See, have become popular over the last few years. It's easy to access, doesn't take a lot of time to invest in, and overall, it's of a very high standard. Reaction Videos have become another huge aspect of YouTube. It's simple: people film themselves reacting to a video, with movie trailers... Continue Reading →

WATCH: Ghost Paper: The Other Side

When a film/short film says it's based on a true story, or took inspiration from something from real life, it adds that extra element to the story. When growing up there were countless games and chants that supposedly summoned a demon or ghost. Ghost Paper: The Other Side is exactly that; it takes inspiration from... Continue Reading →

REVIEW: Sunny Family Cult S3: E3&4

We're down to the business end of season three with the last two episodes of Sunny Family Cult. Gabriel Younes has done a pretty good job building up the story in the previous episodes. However, it's the final two, titled Divine Creatures and Violence In Her Soul respectively, that shows that the team, from the director... Continue Reading →

REVIEW: Look-See S2:E4

Season finales can be tricky. You've built your story up across all the episodes, and now you must 1) have a convincing and satisfying ending to this particular story arc and 2) entice people to come back for the next season. Both are quite relevant to Look-See. Landon Stahmer has built up such a mysterious... Continue Reading →

Blog at WordPress.com.

Up ↑