Horror Tuesday: Onibaba (1964) Review

One of the most iconic pieces of J-horror of all-time is Onibaba, a 1964 film directed by Kaneto Shindo. Much like the 1999 J-horror film, Audition (also covered on here), the film has gathered a legion of fans from critics and other directors, including Edgar Wright and Mark Kermode, the latter of which has calledContinue reading “Horror Tuesday: Onibaba (1964) Review”

Horror Tuesday: Audition (1999) Review

For this week’s Horror Tuesday, I decided to review the 1999 horror film, Audition. The film, directed by Takashi Miike, is often counted as one of the best J-horror films of all time. Despite it’s fairly modern release (only 21 years old), the film has become one of the most iconic horror films ever made,Continue reading “Horror Tuesday: Audition (1999) Review”

Horror Tuesday: Tigers Are Not Afraid (2017) Review

My Horror Tuesdays have gone by the wayside recently, as I have been reviewing a lot of TV Shows (like Better Call Saul & The Mandalorian) and films on streaming services (like Swallow, Bacarau and Vivarium). This film, however, being broadcast on Shudder, a streaming service mainly for horror movies, feels like it can beContinue reading “Horror Tuesday: Tigers Are Not Afraid (2017) Review”

Horror Tuesday: Upgrade (2018) Review

Every Tuesday, I will be reviewing an horror film, and this week is 2018’s Upgrade. Upgrade is a highly under-seen and underrated horror gem. The film is the directorial debut of Leigh Wannell, who has recently gone on to helm the recent horror blockbuster, The Invisible Man, one of the best horror films of recentContinue reading “Horror Tuesday: Upgrade (2018) Review”

Horror Tuesday: Prince of Darkness (1987) Review

John Carpenter has long since been a master of horror. Although not very active these days, Carpenter has created a variety of iconic horror films in the 70s and 80s. His most well-known works include 1978’s Halloween and 1982’s The Thing, which often (rightfully) rank up there as some of the greatest horror films ofContinue reading “Horror Tuesday: Prince of Darkness (1987) Review”

Horror Tuesday: Thirst (2009) Review

This 2020, every Tuesday I will reviewing a horror film, and this week we have 2009’s Thirst Park Chan-wook is one of the most prolific directors from South Korea still working today. Working for over the past 25 years, he has created both film and television projects and his work has ranged from a varietyContinue reading “Horror Tuesday: Thirst (2009) Review”

Horror Tuesday: [rec] (2007) Review

This 2020, every Tuesday I will reviewing a horror film, and this week we have 2007’s [rec]. After reviewing the older horror classic, 1961’s The Innocents last week, I returned to reviewing more modern horror movies this week, with 2007’s [rec]. Rec is a pivotal example of the found-footage horror genre, one of the mostContinue reading “Horror Tuesday: [rec] (2007) Review”

Horror Tuesday: The Innocents (1961) Review

This 2020, every Tuesday I will reviewing a horror film, and this week we have 1961’s The Innocents. This week marks the first time I have reviewed a film for Horror Tuesday that was not made in the 21st century. It makes the first time that I have reviewed a properly, old-fashioned black-and-white horror film.Continue reading “Horror Tuesday: The Innocents (1961) Review”

Horror Tuesday: The Wailing (2016) Review

This 2020, every Tuesday I will reviewing a horror film, and this week we have 2016’s The Wailing The Wailing is a very odd film, to say the least. Although it is mainly rooted in horror, the film also finds itself in many genres, including mystery, supernatural, thriller, suspense, and most strangely, at times comedy.Continue reading “Horror Tuesday: The Wailing (2016) Review”

Horror Tuesday: The Orphange (2007) Review

This 2020, every Tuesday I will reviewing a horror film, and this week we have 2007’s The Orphanage. The Orphanage has always been a horror film that I’ve been meaning to watch, but have never got around to it. It has appeared on some “Best Horror Films” lists, but somehow still seems underrated and seemsContinue reading “Horror Tuesday: The Orphange (2007) Review”