• Review

    Screamers – Review 2018

        Directors : Dean Matthew Ronalds Writers : Tom Malloy, Dean Matthew Ronalds Cast : Tom Malloy, Chris Bannow, Griffin Matthews, Emanuela Galliussi, Abbi Snee, Theodora Miranne. Synopsis : When an internet company decides to investigate a series of ‘Screamer’ videos, they are confronted with havoc and hell they could never expect. Review :  First i would like to congratulate Ronalds and Malloy for setting the bar higher for found footage films. Also well done on a great cast. Sometimes in these type of films the acting can be a little worrying and it can feel a bit fake. This is the opposite. The acting is so good that after 30…

  • Review

    Lion – Short film Review 2018

        DIRECTOR : Davide Melini WRITER : Davide Melini CAST : Pedro Sánchez, Michael Segal, Tania Mercader Synopsis:  An isolated chalet in a snowy forest… A man blinded by alcohol… A woman unable to rebel… And an 8-year-old child troubled and dark… The silent night is broken with cries… the start of a terrible nightmare!   Review :  This is another short from Melini. I have reviewed several of his shorts and with each one he gets better and better. Lion is a film short about a physically and mentally abused child, and every decent human being will feel emotional watching this. You don’t see the abuse, you hear it and see the after…

  • Press Release,  Review

    4/20 Massacre – Review

      Premiering on VOD and DVD 4/3 from Film Chest, the first-ever “stoner slasher” movie pits today’s hottest young stars against cinema’s next iconic movie monster in a frightening and funny comedy-thriller released just in time for the “The Official Holiday” for weed enthusiasts. From writer/director Dylan Reynolds comes the story of five women who go camping in the woods to celebrate a friend’s birthday over the 4/20 weekend. But when they cross the turf of an illegal marijuana growing operation they must struggle to survive the living nightmare. Jamie Bernadette (I Spit on Your Grave: Déjà Vu, Killing Joan), Vanessa Rose Parker (Samurai Cop 2), Justine Wachsberger (Divergent), Stacey…

  • Review

    Terrifier – Review

        Director : Damien Leone Writer : Damien Leone  Cast : Catherine Corcoran, Jenna Kanell, Samantha Scaffidi, David Howard Thornton Synopsis :  A maniacal clown named Art, terrorizes three young women on Halloween night and everyone else who stands in his way. Dread Central and Epic Pictures have come together to bring us Terrifier Review Damien Leone, why oh why would you make me endure this!!!. Being terrified of clowns as i am ,i thought i would be brave and give it a go, after all i watched Art the Clown in the film ‘All Hallows Eve’ This is a spin off from ‘All Hallows Eve‘ and also from…

  • Review

    Slice and Dice Dreadcast

        I found out about this “Dreadcast” yesterday from Jenn Nangle. I decided to go over to YouTube to watch and within the first 5 minutes had already subscribed. These guys are hilarious, They throw banter to each other while discussing anything and everything to do with horror. As i am in England i realised the time was 3.3oam yet still couldn’t stop watching!. If you watch on YouTube you get to throw some questions to them (And they do really read them and answer them) To top it off they have some amazing guests popping on to have a chat with them. Seriously go take a look as…

  • Review

    Review – Failing Grace (2018)

          Director : Ryan Stacy  Writer : Ryan Stacy Cast : Marylee Osborne, Adam Atherton, Josh Miller, Austen Tarantino, Stacy Feeders, Sarah Curtis, Caroline Vineyard. Synopsis : Five years ago, sisters Maggie (Curtis) and Grace Novak (Vineyard) suffered a terrible tragedy when their parents were murdered. by Maggie’s ex-lover Jack Elligott (Miller). And for five years the truth behind Jack’s disappearance and the events of that fateful night have remained hidden from Grace for one, simple reason: he did it all to get to Grace. The events are barely behind them when, unbeknownst to Maggie, Jack has returned. And with the always irritating Leona De Martino (Osborne) in tow.…

  • Review

    Sightings (2017) – Review

    Director – Andrew J.D. Robinson Writer – Andrew J. D Robinson Cast – Angela Parent, Hayden Rose, Chantal Kloosterman, and Maissa Houri Synopsis – Two sisters mourn the disappearance of their little sister Review – Before i begin, i need to give a shout out on here to Alina Sauve who did the FX on this short and to Ziwirek Beats, Curtis Berndt, and Tyler Matthews who did the music. They did a fantastic job and their work didn’t go unnoticed. Now for the film. It starts with two sisters sitting in a car, one clearly distressed enough to not have been able to drive so her sister picks her up. They talk about Amy, their younger sister…

  • Review

    A Walk Home Alone (2017) – Review

    Director : Andrew J.D.Robinson Writer : Andrew J.D. Robinson Cast : Maura Stephens, Patrick Sutters, Jurgen Vollrath, and Jenn Nangle Synopsis : Recent cases of missing women have something in common Review : This is another short we featured in our reviews before, and again wanted to make sure it was back on here… plus it gave me the chance to watch it again. Like the first time i watched this, it pulled me in. Although this is about a killer, ( Vollrath, Who i may add, pulls off being creepy perfectly) there is a sub plot going on which is a clever idea. This is what also introduced me to the talent of Stephens. Robinson has…

  • Review

    Placebo (2017) Review

      Director : Andrew J.D. Robinson Writer : Andrew J.D. Robinson Cast : Aileigh Karson, Jennifer Trudrung, Maura Stephens Synopsis : A young woman undergoes surgery to look like her favorite celebrity. Review: We reviewed this before but because we relaunched Lestat Horror, we wanted to make sure this was back. This has to be my favorite short from Robinson , Filmed in black and white, which i love seeing, it focuses on how we perceive ourselves, The way this short is filmed with the music score added can make you feel uncomfortable, but in a good way. The story looks at body dysmorphia and i am sure many of us can relate to this, even if it…

  • Review

    Something Scary (2017) – Review

      Director : Andrew J. D. Robinson  Writer : Andrew J.D. Robinson Cast : Aileigh Karson, Jesi Jensen, Tristan Mcintosh. Synopsis : GamerGurl REACTS to a beta for upcoming indie horror game “Something Scary” Review : This is another Horror short from Robinson and what i love most about his work is no short is ever alike, each once he releases is unique and original. As the Synopsis states, this is about the gaming world in which GamerGurl plays an upcoming indie horror game that is in beta mode. Watching it was believable and you forget it’s a short, you feel like you are watching someone play an actual game on youtube. I think…