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Posted in: News, Saturday 1st Oct 2016
Stephen King's It comes to Blu-ray in the UK for the first time from Warner Bros. Home Entertainment, just in time for a haunting Halloween on October 3rd.
Starring Tim Curry, Richard Masur, Annette O'Toole, John Ritter, and Richard Thomas, the terrifying tale of childhood friends being haunted by a malevolent clown will be also be available in a beautiful special edition Blu-ray steelbook available exclusively from Zavvi.
October 1957: "It" awakens and the small town of Darry, Maine will never be the same. Stephen King brings to life every childhood fear and phobia as seven children face an unthinkable horror which appears in various forms, including "Pennywise", a clown who lives, hunts and kills from the town's sewers. Years later, the surviving
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By Emily Booth, Saturday 1st Oct 2016
Herschell Gordon Lewis known as the 'Godfather of Gore' died aged 87 on Sept 26th and many of us took to social media to acknowledge the loss and remember the man, his maniacal movies and actually, his sweet gentlemanly nature.
He is recognised as practically inventing the 'splatter' film as early as 1963 with his film Blood Feast which this year enjoyed a remake featuring a wonderful cameo from the legend himself. You see, the splatter is of course different to the 'slasher' for example; it revels in an abundance of gorgeous bloody gore, slapped on the table with an almost celebratory treatment of all its gooey squishy nasty compelling eye - gouging marvelousness!
Posted in: Reviews, Saturday 1st Oct 2016
The Purge: Election Year - Film review
The end of The Purge: Anarchy set up more political intrigue than we might have expected from the Blumhouse franchise, but it was a welcome addition. The Purge: Election Year follows up on the set up, taking us to a new Purge Night (for the uninitiated, a holiday in a not too distant future USA where all crime is legal for the night), where anti-Purge presidential hopeful Charlie Roan (Elizabeth Mitchell) is forced outside during the t
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