Movie Features Editor's Picks tagged Horror

  • Why horror is keeping the magic of cinema alive

    2017 had the worst summer box office in over a decade, but horror movies like It are keeping the magic of cinema alive.
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  • Films of the Year 2016 - Scott's Personal Picks

    It’s that time of the year again when film fans reflect on the year’s highs and lows at the cinema and share their own personal choices of what were the cream of the crop in 2016. So without further ado, here are my favourites of the year (*NB – My list includes films released both in the UK and US in 2016).

    1: La La Land

    When it came to the London Film Festival this autumn, the wave…
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  • Silent Hills in Real Life Part 2 released

    Back in March of this year we ran a story on how a short film adaptation of Konami’s cancelled P.T./Silent Hills – Silent Hills P.T. in real life – might well be the best video game to film adaptation yet? Turns out the team (Oddest of the Odd) weren’t quite done yet with their adaptation, and have now returned with part 2, which you can watch above.

    The film, replete with a not-so-subtle…
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Movie Features tagged Horror

  • 3 ways Universal can save the Dark Universe

    With Halloween just around the corner, now seems as good a time as any to talk about how Universal can save the Dark Universe, assuming it’s not too late already.
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  • It gets hilariously creepy Lego treatment

    Lego Star Wars, Lego Batman… Lego It?
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  • mother!, what was that all about?

    Flickreel tries to figure out what exactly Darren Aronofsky’s mother! was all about.
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  • It – Welcome to the Losers’ Club

    Stephen King, director Andy Muschietti, and the cast discuss the Losers’ Club in this new It featurette.
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