Watch: Don’t Move

The Horror Club has decided to change things up a bit. Instead of reviewing short films pre 2018, we will watch a few and decide to share them to you based on our recommendation. We will share two on Tuesday and two on Thursday. However, if you are a filmmaker, and you have a short... Continue Reading →

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Win Your Freedom; It’s Time To Play The Jurassic Games

Could you survive a virtual reality game show against dinosaurs? Why not find out this summer,  as the ultimate DINOmite mash-up, The Jurassic Games, stomps its way onto VOD this June. The official synopsis goes: Every year, 10 of the world’s most lethal death row criminals are chosen to compete for their freedom in The Jurassic... Continue Reading →

Review of Crypt TV’s Look-See V

The Look-See series has hit five episodes, and with the latest installment being dubbed the season finale, it's interesting to see how the series wraps up, and what the future might hold should there be a second season. While the first four episodes showed a victim in each one, and gave us little background as... Continue Reading →

Interview with Robbie Barnes

The Horror Club speaks to actress, screenwriter, and director, Robbie Barnes, about her work, plans for the year and Beyond Repair, her film currently doing the rounds at festivals. Tell us about yourself? I've always loved movies for as long as I can remember and I knew I wanted to be a part of them. I... Continue Reading →

Interview with Chad Meisenheimer

Next up for our interview section, we had a chat with filmmaker Chad Meisenheimer about his latest short film Nite Nite, which is currently doing the rounds at festivals, and his plans for the future. Check it out below and don't forget to check our review of Nite Nite. Thanks for having a quick chat.... Continue Reading →

Interview with Jennifer Nangle

Next up on our interview list, we had the pleasure of talking to Jennifer Nangle, aka Queen Malvolia, about all things horror. Check out the interview below and the wonderful pictures! Why did you decide to become an actress? I'm not really sure why I chose this profession... I definitely would have picked a more... Continue Reading →

Remembering ThanksKilling

Low budget films can be tricky. They either take themselves too seriously and aren't fun, or are pretty terrible, but you still fun because the film knows its silliness. ThanksKilling is the latter. The film is in no way serious, but a lot of fun, when you are drunk, of course. ThanksKilling was produced for $3500... Continue Reading →

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