Tag Archives: Horror
MQ’s multi-film (or should that be multi-limbed?) Limb Cutter project finally gets off the ground. Stay tuned for exclusive screenplay excerpts and set design art work.
You want to direct a film, something which promotes your ethical convictions while also condemning the unquestioned societal horrors which you are forced to withstand day in, day out. But it’s 1989 and there’s not a half-way in hell that someone is going to watch your radical vegan documentary, let alone fund it. And even […]
Director: Ryûchei Kitamura Cast: Luke Evans, Adelaide Clemens, Lee Tergeson ‘Don’t shit where I eat!’ What about slamming handcuffs through where you eat? Movie Quibble (me) went into No One Lives completely blind, which is something of a first; no trailers had been watched, and aside from the ‘unequivocally magnificent’ endorsement from Pete Cashmore (of […]
Director: Matthijs van Heijningen Jr. Cast: Mary Elizabeth Winstead, Joel Edgerton, Ulrich Thomsen, Eric Christian Olsen Don’t ask her for a light. Not only does The Thing take place in the harsh wastelands of the Antarctic, the opening title transcript stipulates that it’s winter to boot. Point being, it’s cold, and you would do […]
Director: James Whale Cast: Boris Karloff, Colin Clive, Valerie Hobson, Eernest Thesiger Yet another classic horror film released as part of BFI’s ‘Gothic Season’, Bride of Frankenstein was screened (for free!) by Grimmfest inside the grandiose – and slightly off-putting- Reading Room of the John Rylands library, the gothic hive of Greater Manchester. Released in […]