by Xan Holbrook Mark Kermode (the BBC’s film critic in residence) is, in many ways, the horror fan’s horror fan. One topic he loves to explore again and again is that of paedophobic horror, or horror with a child antagonist. Using the examples of A Clockwork Orange, The Exorcist and
by Jonas Barnes This year was full of blockbusters, franchise milestones, and what will be the end of a decades long saga with Star Wars: The Rise of Skywalker, but I’m not here to talk about those. I’m a cinema fan across the board, but I’m specifically an indie cinema
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Welcome to Bay Of The Living Dead, a regular column about the horror genre. The column has been on hiatus, but now it’s back. In Haunters: The Art Of The Scare, documentary filmmaker Jon Schnitzer takes audiences on a roller coaster ride through Halloween haunted house attractions that are created
“Hereditary” Starring: Toni Collette, Gabriel Byrne, Milly Shapiro, Alex Wolff, Ann Dowd Does the film being called “this year’s The Exorcist” live up to the hype? Well…sort of. Allow me to explain, please. Director Ari Aster comes out swinging in his feature film directorial debut, “Hereditary”, and presents a layered
By Jonas Barnes When I first laid eyes on “The Exorcist“, I shit my pants. Was it fear or was it the fact that I was a 6 year old? I guess we’ll never know the answer to that question. It did, however, set off a chain of events that
On February 26th, nominations for the 15th annual Rondo Hatton Classic Horror Awards were announced. Since 2002 the Rondo Awards have honored the best is horror cinema, television and literature, including current productions, classic films and film preservation. Bay of the Living Dead, BrokeAssStuart.com’s twice a month horror movie column, has
Bedbugs are what happens when horror movies come true. It’s confirmation that, ‘yes, gross creatures who suck your blood at night do live in your walls.’ Despite the macabre, bedbugs are relatively simple to handle if you understand these key points: 1. Every one of those bastards has to die 2.