Tag Archives: Horror

Keyframe 96 – Satoshi Kon’s Anime Sausage

The times, they are a-changing … 45 years after their original team-up, Batman once again joins forces with Scooby Doo and the rest of the Mystery Gang. Meanwhile, Sony complete their purchase of Funimation (a lot faster than we expected), and Anime Ltd. move into

The Geek Show - A Conversation About The Evil Within 2

A Conversation About The Evil Within 2

The Robs return for another chat, and this time they’re talking about The Evil Within 2. With plenty of input from Shinji Mikami – who directed the first game, the sequel sees players taking on the role of depressed Detective Sebastian Castellanos, who must work

Locke and Key

Locke and Key is a dark fantasy comic series expertly penned by Joe Hill and beautifully illustrated by Gabriel Rodriguez. With gorgeous artwork and a strong narrative, this is superb storytelling through sequential art. Be warned though – here be dragons. Horror, bloodshed and brutality

House of Wax (1953)

James Cameron has a lot to answer for, off the back of Avatar’s success film fans have been subjected to a decade of shoehorned 3D features. The only films still clinging on to this concept are the superhero mega-blockbusters, otherwise, 3D has well and truly

Classic Film Kid – Coraline

Hello everyone, it is the Classic Film Kid and just in time for Halloween, I thought I would tackle a spooky stop-motion that just so happens to be one of my personal favourites, and that is Henry Selick’s Coraline, based on the dark fantasy novella

The Crazies (1973)

To celebrate the life of George A. Romero, Arrow Video have released a box set of three films called between Night and Dawn. It could just as easily be called ‘more than just night and dawn’ as Romero was largely overlooked outside of the Night

4-Panel 110 – Nightwing’s Naughty Shushy Face

Syfy are making a pilot of Rick Remender’s school-based assassin story Deadly Class. Meanwhile there’s shenanigans involving Agents of Shield, ABC and Disney, and following the success of Kotobukiya’s Bishoujo line of figures based on DC’s female heroes and villains a male equivalent called Ikemen

The Howling

Joe Dante is a beloved man, his films are among the most humble and darkly funny the genre world has to offer. His work is the point which light and dark intersect within the horror and science fiction cannons. That is true save for the