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Unearth (2021) Film Review – Fracking Despair

Alice OscuraJuly 31, 2021
Unearth (2021) Film Review – Fracking Despair

“The relationship between the Dolans and the Lomacks turns sour when one of them leases their land to a natural gas company. The drilling has disastrous results as it unleashes a hidden force that threatens to consume both families.” Unearth…

Tale of Two Sisters Movie Review – Classic K-Horror Film Gets Arrow Video Release

Tale of Two Sisters Movie Review – Classic K-Horror Film Gets Arrow Video Release

Konnichiwa! Dia Duit! Yo Yo Yo! Straight Outta Kanto here welcoming you all aboard the Nostalgia Train. I’ve said it before and I’ll say it again, the early noughties was, and always will be, the Golden Age of Asian Horror.…

Dosuemon (2020) Film Review – A Passionately Vulgar Dark Comedy

Dustin DunawayJuly 30, 2021
Dosuemon (2020) Film Review – A Passionately Vulgar Dark Comedy

This is sure to be one of the more curious selections to be found among the lineup for the 2021 Japan-Filmfest Hamburg (JFFH). Crowded in among the various alluring arthouse features and more straightforward bombastic exploitation flicks, you’ve got director…

Ramsey Campbell Interview – A Titan of Horror Literature

Thomas NormanJuly 30, 2021
Ramsey Campbell Interview – A Titan of Horror Literature

A distinguished British horror author, who’s been the recipient of various awards in fiction and considered amongst the most revered veterans of the industry, Ramsey Campbell has established a strong legacy already to be regarded on level with many of…

A Round Table Discussion – Comfort Horror Films (Video Content)

Grimoire of HorrorJuly 29, 2021
A Round Table Discussion – Comfort Horror Films (Video Content)

We tapped some of our writers here at the Grimoire of Horror to get together and talk about some of their favorite “comfort films”. Those types of films that we come back to time and time again that just make…

Tokyo Dragon Chef (2020) Film Review – Yoshihiro Nishimura’s Kooky Musical Comedy and Love Letter To Ramen

Oki CovarrubiasJuly 29, 2021
Tokyo Dragon Chef (2020) Film Review – Yoshihiro Nishimura’s Kooky Musical Comedy and Love Letter To Ramen

Back in 2008, Japanese filmmaker Yoshihiro Nishimura made a name for himself in the Extreme Cinema scene with the fervently adored Tokyo Gore Police, a science fiction splatter epic starring none other than Eihi Shiina of Audition fame as a…