Film review: The Autopsy of Jane Doe (2015)

The Autopsy of Jane Doe (2015) is a beautiful film that reminds me of my favourite pieces of gothic literature. The movie is set almost exclusively in one house and primarily in its basement which functions as a morgue. Late at night, a sheriff brings the body of Jane Doe to a coroner Tommy Tilden and... Continue Reading →

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A Little Bit Zombie…a little bit underwhelmed.

I received the movie A Little Bit Zombie (2012) on blu-ray together with a DVD of Crimson Peak (2015), a movie that I enjoy greatly, as a gift from Uncut.at at the beginning of December. I have to admit that I had not heard of the movie until then and although zombie comedy films are hit... Continue Reading →

Can you learn to love horror?

I have had a few people in my life ask me about my love for horror in arts. I am not going to write about people who share my interest but about those who have seen or read a few horror stories but did not like them (or even resented them). Some of them have this idea that there must... Continue Reading →

AJ Briones’s The Smiling Man (2015)

You absolutely have to watch the film before you read anything about it. Not because it would spoil this short movie, but because you need to watch it as soon as possible. Yes, it is that good. As someone who sadly has not had an opportunity to visit any of the multiple (horror) film festivals, I am always thankful when... Continue Reading →

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