“Listen to them. Creatures of the night! What music they make.” – DRACULA We’re really scraping the bottom of the barrel with the monstrosity that is: ‘With Friends Like These.‘ Three shit tales (one about a talking car, one about a slime monster residing in a fridge and the last about trying to find Mr.
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“Shadows of a thousand years rise again unseen, voices whisper in the trees, ‘Tonight is Halloween’” Dexter Kozen If there’s something strange, In your local B&B, Who you gonna call? … THE INNKEEPERS(?) Another underrated film that may have slipped past your horror net, Ti West builds up characters and tension rather than jump scares
“Where there is no imagination there is no horror.” Arthur Conan Doyle STORGY’s Basement of Horror continues with the modern paranoid thriller, ‘It Comes At Night,’ starring Joel Edgerton. Don’t led the trailer mislead you, this one is really about the cost of keeping the family unit together…whatever the cost. Catch more reviews, interviews and
“When witches go riding, and black cats are seen, the moon laughs and whispers, ’tis near Halloween.” In the lead up to Halloween this year we’re going to bring you reviews of horror films, drunken play-through’s of horror games, and maybe even a few horror giveaways, so stay tuned! In the first episode of STORGY’s
The trouble with watching a film starring Tom Cruise, is that you’re watching a film starring Tom Cruise. Like an inescapable truth, when watching a Cruise movie, the only thing you really see is him, such is his stardom. Just think of all the Tom Cruise movies you’ve seen. Top Gun, Mission Impossible (and such
There’s no doubt that the story at the centre of Detroit, depicting the murders of three African American men at the Algiers Motel in 1967 during brutal riots taking place across the city, is a powerful one. It’s a story that has relevance, made all the more poignant by the current climate of renewed racism
Badass is not a word I use lightly. In fact, it’s not a word I use at all, save for when it fits. With Atomic Blonde, badass fits. It’s a word that’s been attached to the film since its trailer dropped earlier in the year, where a Debbie Harry lookalike and MI6 agent, played by
“The terror, which would not end for another twenty-eight years—if it ever did end—began, so far as I know or can tell, with a boat made from a sheet of newspaper floating down a gutter swollen with rain.” So begins Stephen King’s 1,000 plus page horror epic, first published a little over thirty years ago.
This poignant and affecting feature debut from director Joe Stephenson is released on DVD and Blu-Ray on the 18th September, and if STORGY did ‘DVD’s Of The Week,’ this would have a ridiculously enormous flapping sticker stamped on it, proclaiming just that. Certain films revolving around a person with severe learning difficulties (Leonardo DiCaprio in
Poor old Caesar. Everyone’s favourite digitally-rendered chimp is back, for the third instalment of the bigger, better, darker Planet of the Apes reboot, and he’s had a hard old time since his humble beginnings hanging out in James Franco’s attic. When we’re introduced to him in Matt Reeves’ sequel to Rise and Dawn, he’s like