- No Film School highlights ten horror films that ought to be on every indie film student’s watch list
- John Ajvide Lindqvist reveals what scares him to The Straits Times
- Pop Horror talk to Domiziano Christopharo about pushing the boundaries of modern horror movies
- Director John Shackleton talks to The Horror Channel about his film, Panic Button
- Are Survival Horror games the new Dungeons and Dragons? Waypoint’s Alex Meehan says ‘yes’.
No Film School highlights ten horror films that ought to be on every indie film student’s watch list
No Film School’s V Renée recommends ten horror films that should be on every wannabe indie film maker’s watch list and explains what it is that makes them so important.
In a new interview to coincide with the release of his new book, I Am Behind You, John Ajvide Lindqvist talks to The Straits Times and reveals what it is that keeps him up at night.
Richard Taylor of Pop Horror catches up with Italian director, producer and cinematographer Domiziano Christopharo to talk about his latest movie, Torment, but also about how his work challenges taboos within the extreme horror genre, particularly those to do with male nudity.
Ahead of the remastered DVD and digital download release of his social media horror film, Panic Button, John Shackleton talks to The Horror Channel’s James Whittington about what inspired the film and what legacy it has left today.
In an in-depth article looking at the crucial role of a sense of dread in both media, Alex Meehan of Vice’s Waypoint video games division draws a compelling comparison between Dungeons and Dragons and today’s Survival Horror classics like Resident Evil and Silent Hill.
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