Brainless and forgettable, but familiar like a warm blanket…
A load of old nonsense about Sean Bean going missing in Silent Hill and his daughter going to find him…
A Lovecraft short story given the 80’s treatment.
Ahhh 80’s horror. Incomprehensible plot obviously, something about two ‘mad’ scientists opening the door to some parallel universe. Lots of hilarious creatures flood out. The only female character starts out as a doctor, ends up wearing suspenders and stockings obviously. Amidst the laughable effects and corny dialogue there is actually some pretty intense and horrifying violence and it is a nice easy watch at less then ninety minutes. If you can still watch and enjoy stuff like Hellraiser and Re-Animator then this is well worth a look.
An exhaustive look at the Nightmare on Elm Street series featuring interviews with the actors, production team and studio big wigs.
Clocking in at four hours, Never Sleep Again features a comprehensive break down of each entry in the franchise from the seminal original, right through to Freddy vs Jason. If you are a big fan of the series, this is essential viewing, as it contains fascinating and passionate insights from everyone involved in the films.
Never Sleep Again is like two documentary’s for the price of one in many ways, as running parallel to the story of the Nightmare films is the tale of New Line Cinema – The film studio that went from a tiny production company to the behemoth behind the release of the Lord of the Rings films.
This documentary is one of those films that will only appeal to big fans but if you grew up watching Nightmare on Elm Street then you will find yourself captivated. I absolutely loved it.
A film student obsessed with the movie Grave Encounters goes to the mental hospital where the first film was shot.
A TV show crew are locked in an abandoned mental hospital over night to film an episode of their show.