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July 24, 2022

The Power of Music in Horror- Part 2

An individual’s predisposition to fear is mainly connected to sound. The sudden appearance of a horror film’s threat, whether it’s a demonic creature or a knife-wielding boogeyman, their presence is always going to stir a reaction. However, it’s the audio cues that first unleash the terror and sheer panic amongst the viewer. Before Freddy Kruger […]

the power of music in film
July 17, 2022

The Power of Music in Horror- Part 1

Cinema challenges…it moves, it motivates, it’s humorous, it’s frightful, but most importantly it challenges. The form of which moving images bond to create a film is one that has been studied for decades, particularly in the bounds of visual vs auditory importance. Whilst imagery is a key basis for the resulting composition, film is in […]

July 10, 2022

Horror milestones: The big movie anniversaries this year

Creepshow (Directed by George A. Romero, 1982) Creepshow is a highly regarded classic that hasn’t once been pushed aside in either popularity or cultural significance even after an entire 40 years. This timeless gem was created by two of horror’s most devilish minds, Stephen King and George A. Romero, with legendary effects artist Tom Savini […]

Dead Northern Film Festival 2022
July 3, 2022

Fan favourites from Dead Northern’s 2021 Film Festival

With the 2022 fest just around the corner – Dead Northern’s editor in chief reflects on the of the favourites from the 2021 festival! Wyvern Hill (Directed by Johnathan Zaurin, 2021)  Beth (Pat Garrett), begins showing signs of early Alzheimer’s, leading to her daughter and son in law taking her in. Little do they know, […]

black phone review
June 25, 2022

Review – The Black Phone (2022)

Audiences have become rather accustomed to quick-buck, bright and bloody horrors that come about every couple of months from large studios, where nearly every moment of tension is ruined by a falsely acquainted jumpscare, and a lack of believable performances. Honestly, this is exactly how I believed The Black Phone would turn out. Never have […]

summer horror
June 18, 2022

Sun, Sea, and Slaughter: Top Ten Horror’s to Watch This Summer

1- Midsommar (Directed by Ari Aster, 2019)  Dani (Florence Pugh) travels to Sweden with her anthropology boyfriend (Jack Reynor) and his friends to celebrate the town’s annual Midsummer Festival.  Ari Aster may have begun drawing heaps of attention thanks to his incredibly dark short film The Strange Thing About the Johnsons (2011), but it would […]

men a24 2022
June 11, 2022

A24’S Men is 2022’s most controversial film yet – Review (Spoilers)

The newly widowed Harper (Jessie Buckley) embarks on a solo trip to the countryside to escape from her worries. However, once she arrives a string of bizzare events unravel a world of horror… Folk horror justifies the human body to be connected to an ethereal being that is one with nature, as if the soil […]

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