Decent Hammer Horror from the 60's about the dead being brought back… MoreDecent Hammer Horror from the 60's about the dead being brought back to life by a local rich man and his associates in order to work down the mines in a hard time for the community. Problem is, the zombies keep escaping and killing people so its up to a doctor and his daughter to try and save the town.
This actually pre-dates Night of the Living Dead and could be seen as one of Hammers most influential releases.Well worth a look for zombie fans.
Third sequel in the popular horror franchise. In Bloodline we find out… MoreThird sequel in the popular horror franchise. In Bloodline we find out the inventor/toymaker behind the infamous configuration puzzle box that lets Pinhead and his cronies through from hell. Something Pinhead would like to become a permanent fixture but to do that he must destroy the bloodline of the inventor that has been carried on throughout the years.
This starts in the future with another ascendant of the bloodline trying to destroy Pinhead at a space station before going back, thats not as confusing as it might sound though.
Overall, although obviously not some big cinematic achievement, Hellraiser Bloodline is another fairly solid entry and one that fans of the iconic Pinhead should enjoy.
Average horror thriller. When Jennifer Lawrence and her mum move to a… MoreAverage horror thriller. When Jennifer Lawrence and her mum move to a new house in a small town they think they're the only 2 people living in their street so they soon get a suprise when they discover a young man with an interesting history lives next door. It seems he's the son of a couple that used to live there that were murdered by their daughter. Obviously its not long before Jennifers getting to know him and getting in there but is everything all it seems? Of course its fucking not!
House at the end of the Street is totally predictable for horror fans that have seen these type of films hundreds of times before but if you're new to the genre or just a casual cinema goer then this is worth a watch with a great performance from Jennifer Lawrence(who can sing to, bless her!) and a decent twist towards the end.