Historical Fiction

Emily (Movie Review)

When it comes to iconic female writers, Emily Brontë will forever hold a special place in the annals of literary history with 1847’s Wuthering Heights. Part Gothic novel, thick with Romanticism, it is a story that has survived the test of time, and now its ... Read More

Hostile Territory (Movie Review)

Fancy a post-Civil War family drama set in the Wild West with plenty of action? Well, that is what is on offer either way with Hostile Territory. Formerly known as The Orphan Train, the film is due to have a limited cinema run on April ... Read More

A Nightmare Wakes (Movie Review)

Few stories in the history of dark literature have been told quite as frequently as the infamous evening that inspired the 1818 Gothic novel Frankenstein; or, The Modern Prometheus. Now moviegoers can experience the birth of the creature for themselves in a haunting new Shudder ... Read More

Shirley (Movie Review)

Executive Producer Martin Scorsese presents a hypnotic Thriller centered around one of America’s greatest Horror writers: the aptly-titled Shirley arrives on Hulu and VOD, as well as to virtual cinemas and participating drive-ins, on Friday, June 5, 2020, thanks to Neon. Toeing the line between ... Read More

The Haunting of Borley Manor (Movie Review)

Don’t go digging around in the past, because nothing good will come of it! Blending together slices of history with tales of England’s “most haunted house,” Borley Rectory, The Haunting of Borley Manor makes a bid for Supernatural Horror fandom. Now 101 Films International deliver ... Read More

The Convent (Movie Review)

Religious Horror has been a prevalent subgenre ever since 1973’s The Exorcist shocked audiences and made them genuflect at the altar of scary. The latest entry into the field, The Convent, arrives to select theaters, as well as On Demand, as of Friday, May 3rd, ... Read More