Interview with John F.D. Taff

John F.D. Taff is a Bram Stoker Award®-Nominated author with more than 30 years experience, 90+ short stories and five novels in print. His first fiction collection, Little Deaths, was named the best horror collection of 2012 by HorrorTalk. Jack Ketchum called his novella collection, The End in All Beginnings, “one of the best novella... Continue Reading →

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Review: Look-See S2: E2&3

Look-See kicked off with a strong opening episode. However, it wasn't without its fault, with The Horror Club expecting a little more from the debut of James 'Deadmeat' Janisse. In episode two, titled The Second Thief, he is put in centre focus with the monster himself. Here, we are given more of his character that... Continue Reading →

Interview with Matt Hayward

Matt Hayward is an Irish, Bram Stoker Award-nominated author, whose books include Brain Dead Blues, What Do Monsters Fear?, Practictioners (with Patrick Lacey) and the upcoming The Faithful. He compiled the anthology Welcome to the Show (2018) (featuring many of the genres top names). Other nominations include Irish Short Story of the Year from Penguin Books (2017).... Continue Reading →

Review: Summer of 84

1 hour 43 minutes| Horror/Mystery | 2018 __________________________________________ Films concerning the '80s have become the norm these days, with the success of Stranger Things and last year's adaptation of IT proving that there is a market for them. They tap into our nostalgia, making us feel something special inside. Of course, there're going to be... Continue Reading →

Review: Oni-Gokko (Tag)

8 Mins | 2012 Director, Writer & Editor: Shane Ryan  _____________________________________ When it comes to Japanese films, there is a sense that they have more freedom than those from West, mainly the US and UK. Common examples would be Ringu and Ju-on, with the American versions being toned down to a certain degree. Shane Ryan's... Continue Reading →

REVIEW: American Virus

When experimenting within the zombie genre, using the short film format is perhaps the best way to allow your creativity to flow. American Virus, which is directed and co-written by Shane Ryan of Mad Sin Cinema, is a perfect example of this. Why do you ask? Well, the short film is bizarre. It tells the... Continue Reading →

REVIEW: Look-See S2:Ep1

It's safe to say that Look-See has become one of Crypt TV's most popular web-series. Since the release of the first season, there have been countless theory videos, animated versions and it has racked up a whole lot of views. Episode 1 of Season 2 has already collected over 300k views alone since its debut... Continue Reading →

Watch: Monsters

If you're like me, and have a soft spot for films in the same vein of A Quiet Place, then you also love to watch a few poor souls hiding from the monsters that are roaming the world. Monsters is similar in that way. The plot follows Jenn, who lives in an underground bunker with... Continue Reading →

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