The Road

Post Apocalyptic Clothing

I have always been a little obsessed with Post Apocalyptic clothing in films
Lewton Bus

The Lewton Bus – Jump Scare

One of my favourite jump scares is from Cat People (1942) credited as popularising or inventing a technique called The Lewton Bus.
Ben Gardner - Jaws jump scare

Jaws (You’re gonna need a bigger boat) – Jump Scare

The iconic scene where the shark makes its first appearance while Brody is shovelling bloody chum into the water.
Haunted House

Economic Horror & Modern Haunted House Films

Horror films often speak to contemporary anxieties, a reflection of societal fears and concerns. So it's interesting to observe how the haunted house sub-genre of horror movies is evolving.
The Descent

The Best Creature Feature Movies of the 2000s

Ceature feature film offerings from the noughties

Delores Claiborne (1995) – Film Review

The Delores Claiborne film adaptation is often considered an underrated classic (of King adaptations anyway), much more of a psychological thriller than straight out horror.
Ben Gardner - Jaws jump scare

Jaws (Ben Gardner) – Jump Scare

The editing, sound mixing and Score all come together to produce a scare that makes me jump no matter how many times I've seen it.

Misery (1990) – Film Review

The tension is ratcheted up nicely as …oh boy, something’s not quite right here, segues into hands-over-the face, I-can’t-watch-this, bat-shit crazy.

Best 90s creature feature movies list

I like to think of them as B-Movies with a budget. Kind of like comfort food, probably not all that good for you - but enjoyable all the same.

The Exorcist III (Nurse Scene) – Jump Scare

There's a couple of other contenders - so you can't make me stick to it! But I think my favourite jump scare is the "Nurse Scene" in the Exorcist III.

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A List of the Best Zombie Books

A list of great zombie novels, for some reading inspiration. Some of them are pretty well known, like World War Z - while others are a little more obscure