Benjamin Garwood shares his opinion on the controversial film ‘In the Tall Grass’, previously reviewed by Arts and Culture Editor Emily Parry.
The film genre of horror is no stranger to evil countryside or greenery, take Day of the Triffids, Invasion of the Body Snatchers or even Little Shop of Horrors. However the new Netflix adaptation of […]
It goes without saying that inclusivity and representation in film and TV matters. It is important that we see individuals like ourselves reflected on the screen so that we feel like our voices are being […]
With Halloween upon us, it is time to embrace all that is ghoulish and gothic. Here are the perfect books to get you into the Halloween spirit. Dracula by Bram Stoker This literary classic follows […]
Insular and oppressive, Gerald’s Game, torments the viewer and its female protagonist as Zoe Louca explores the ’emotional depth’ in this horror film. Following the huge success of the adaptation of Stephen King’s It, which is now […]
Is It a bad film? No. But it is a very faithful adaptation of Stephen King’s novel, and as a result it does inherit a lot of the flaws of King’s writing. It ends up […]
It’s been 40 years since the 1976 version of Stephen King’s Carrie. In The Middle considers how the representation of this cult figure has changed since the film originally showed. The original version of Carrie (1976), directed […]
Revival has been pronounced as Stephen King’s return to classic horror after the publication of his first ever detective novel, Mr Mercedes, earlier this year. Despite this, anyone reading this reasonably hefty book in the […]