The Jungle concerns two brothers who travel to a jungle in Indonesia to try and prove that there are still some endangered leopards there. They're warned about the area by some locals, and even their local tracker seems somewhat hesitant to enter it, but that naturally doesn't stop them from heading out on their search. When they stumble across some bad juju the tracker really begins to dig his heels in, but with some hot leopard evidence to follow the team forges deeper into the jungle... [READ MORE]
Whether you're locked away inside a friends home or strutting your stuff at the local discotheque, evil can strike at any moment! Featuring disco dancing, demonic possession, public rejection, and an outbreak of contagious violence, Monster Pictures' December titles The Disco Exorcist and Anti-Social are now available to buy in Australia... [READ MORE]
Justin Benson and Aaron Moorhead (in only their second feature) have crafted a great amalgamation of familiar horror traits to ultimately produce a film which manages to stand up on its own despite this. Some reference points are a little obvious (David Lynch's Lost Highway and Michael Haneke's Hidden, to name just a couple), but these same points... [READ MORE]
Some viewers will undoubtedly find The Banshee Chapter to be absolutely immersive and skin-crawling. Personally, I don't believe it truly gets under the skin like the very best horror movies such as The Exorcist, The Shining and The Texas Chain Saw Massacre do. The atmosphere of dread it so hopefully wants to conjure remains out of reach... [READ MORE]
King Kong would have been bland without its giant ape, but then who would be stupid enough to make a musical of King Kong without Kong? Kong turns an otherwise unengaging show into a remarkable feat, and short of capturing a live 25 foot tall gorilla and training him how to harmonise, this is the best I could've hoped for... [READ MORE]
Prepare to be corrupted and depraved once more! Video Nasties: The Definitive Guide will be released in Australia on December 4, and thanks to Siren Visual we've got Video Nasty goodies to give away. One first prize winner will receive a copy of Video Nasties: The Definitive Guide - a 3 disc box set that includes a limited edition "Video Nasties" poster... [READ MORE]
Apartment 1303 is on the 13th floor of a lovely seaside community in Japan, but it has a terrible secret. The film starts with a young girl, Yuka, who commits suicide on the night she moves in. Soon after, another young girl, Sayaka, moves in. She is excited to find an apartment so cheap, even though the building is supposedly h-h-haunted by g-g-ghosts... [READ MORE]
Directed by Rob Zombie and starring Sheri Moon Zombie, Meg Foster and Bruce Davison, The Lords of Salem will be available to rent or buy on DVD and Blu-ray from December 4, and to celebrate its release we're giving you the chance to win 1 of 3 Blu-ray discs thanks to Icon Home Entertainment! The Lords of Salem tells the tale of Heidi (Sheri Moon Zombie)... [READ MORE]
Eastern Eye's Gantz 2-disc Blu-Ray collection presents the two Japanese live action manga adaptations in glorious HD: the original film, Gantz, and its sequel, which is really more of a continuation of the first chapter than a sequel, Gantz: Perfect Answer. If you like your action movies with a bit of soft science-fiction thrown in with some splattery violence... [READ MORE]
The full trailer for Australia's first "neo-giallo thriller" Sororal has been released ahead of the films world premiere at Monster Fest. Directed by No Through Road's Sam Barrett and starring Amanda Woodhams, Liam Graham, Nicola Bartlett, and Jeremy Levi, Sororal's plot reads like something straight out of the 70s as a young woman is haunted by visions... [READ MORE]
Cinema audiences will get their first taste of the Australian zombie feature Theatre of the Dead when it premieres next Thursday, November 28th, at Dendy Canberra Cinemas. Crowd funded through Indiegogo, the film follows a group of actors who've been locked away inside a theatre for rehearsals, unaware that the world outside is slowly being consumed... [READ MORE]
Described as an "Ozploitation-action-thriller, made with mental insanity, blood , guts & sheer willpower", Foresight Killer Instinct will be unleashed on Monster Fest audiences this Saturday as part of the "Terror Australis" spotlight. In the lead-up to its worldwide festival premiere Digital Retribution pulled writer/director Duncan Cunningham aside... [READ MORE]
Lucio Fulci directed over 50 movies in his career. Although his work crosses several genres, he is best known for his work in the horror field, creating such legendary films as "Don't Torture a Duckling", "Zombie Flesh Eaters" and "The Beyond". Cinema Cult are proud to be able to bring the Australian fans the Horror Maestro's three finest creations... [READ MORE]
This little gem (pronounced tah-luh), which enthralled me at the A Night of Horror International Film Festival in Sydney earlier this year, has already begun to draw comparisons with its compatriot Troll Hunter. Although they are ostensibly utterly dissimilar, they do both tap into a rich vein of Scandinavian folklore (in this case the huldra... [READ MORE]
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