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Creep (2014) Film Review. Directed by Patrick Brice. ProducedbyBlumhouse Productions. Distributed by the Orchard

Antisocial 2013. Directed by Cody Calahan. Black Fawn Films, Breakthrough Entertainment. Distribution by Monster Pictures. Release date 14 April 2014. Certificate 18 running time 90 minutes.

I-Lived film review. Directed by Franck Khalfoun. Distributed by Second Sight. Certificate 15 running time 92 minutes.

Are we all just one step away from signing away our souls on socialmedia. With some great supernatural films being made on this subject,it does raise that question modern technology now controls our lives,does modern technology actually control us?

Dark Signal (2016) Directed by Edward Evers-Swindell. Original releasedate 30th May 2016 by Kaleidoscope Home Entertainment. Available in theUS on VOD and ITunes on June 6th, it is in selected theatres on June2nd 2017.

The Conjuring 2 (2016) film review. Directed by James Wan. Distribution by Warner Bros. Certificate 15, running time 133 minutes.

Music is integral to most movies, but some songs make iconic scenes, and sometimes you may never listen to that same track again in the same way.

The Rezort (2015) film review. Directed by Steve Barker. Distribution by Ascot Elite Entertainment Group, Alfa Pictures, Axinite Digicinema. Certificate 15, running time 91 minutes.

Never Let Go (2016) film review. Directed by Howard J. Ford. Distribution by Icon Films. Certificate 15, running time 94 minutes approximately.

Rogue One A Star Wars Story. Directed by Gareth Edwards. Produced by Lucasfilms and Disney. Distribution by 20th Century Fox. Certificate 12, running time 137 minutes approximately.

Horror News for your weekend, sorry a little short at the moment butstill some horror snippets for you to enjoy.

The Mist From the short story by Stephen King, Television Mini series has finally been made and debuts on Spike June 22nd for a ten episode run.

A YouTube video has appeared online to show a mash up of the recent dumped Pepsi advert, with an added They Live subliminal message about Consuming.

Just a few DVD and BluRay releases this week April 10th 2017, UK only from Maychbox Films, Arrow Films and 20Th Century Fox.

YellowBrickRoad (2010) film review. Directed by Andy Mitton and Jesse Holland. Distributed in the UK by High Flyers Films PLC, originally in 2011, also repackaged in 2014 under a different title 'Vanished'. Certificate 15, running time 96 minutes.

One of my biggest gripes is when distribution companies deliberatelyset out to mislead the horror fans, they are so hoping to take theirmoney, by misdirection and confusion.

Nerve 2016 film review. Distributed by Lionsgate Entertainment.Directed by Henry Joost and Ariel Schulman. Rated PG13 US, certificate15 UK. Running time 92 minutes.

IT trailer same scenes breakdown, and how faithful this new version is, Pennywise is terrifying, the Georgie scenes are all spot on, and the ending is what all bad dreams are made of. I'm so looking forward to seeing this movie in September.