Dan Stubbs

‘Kandisha’ review: a French teen’s demonic revenge gone wrong

When Amelie calls on a murderous spirit to deal with her ex, it doesn't end well...

‘The Velvet Underground’ review: revisionist doc reworks narrative of New York rock and rollers

Big-screen biography evokes an intoxicating era – but sidelines the band's creative heart

‘Son’ review: Oh boy! It’s ‘The Omen’ for a new generation

Ivan Kavanagh's indie horror is a cracking 'demonic kid' flick

‘Vicious Fun’ review: horror comedy caper swings the hatchet at critics

A make-’em laugh, make-‘em slash romp from rising Canadian Cody Calahan

‘An Unquiet Grave’ review: grief-stricken widower gets lost in the after-wife

On the anniversary of his beloved's passing, a man tries to bring her back from the dead

‘Superdeep’ review: Russian borehole horror is just that – boring and full of plot holes

'The Hole' meets 'The Thing' in a confused subterranean creature feature

‘The Amusement Park’ review: lost George Romero thriller meditates on horror’s final taboo

No zombies here – just a film legend's hellish nightmare about growing old

‘Caveat’ review: demonic toy rabbit should have stayed in its hole

This gothic Irish horror looks like it offers something different – but doesn’t really

‘Skull: The Mask’ review: move over Jason, there’s a new slasher anti-hero on the scene

Stylised Brazilian horror shows the bloodiest genre has plenty of guts left to spill
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