Category Archives: 90’s horror

Fear (1996)

How many times have you lied when someone has come on to you in a bar to avoid a confrontation or an insult? I used to be guilty of it. You wear a ring on your wedding finger, you pretend … Continue reading

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The Last Supper (1995)

In this current political climate, dissatisfaction with our own lots, coupled with the fear mongering media stoking the fires of religious intolerance; we are drawing significant lines between the left and right leaning opinions of the people around us. After … Continue reading

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Skeletons (1997)

We’d like to think in this modern age of information that prejudice is a thing of the past; but with the war on Johnny Foreigner or ‘’immigration’’, incitement of class hatred with lurid stories of benefit cheats, racial profiling, and … Continue reading

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Nightwatch aka Nattevagten (1994)

Death is one certainty we all have to come to terms with. You can be a prize fighting bum or a sexy software gazillionaire, but in the end, we all end up naked, looking like a member of the blue … Continue reading

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Audition aka Ôdishon (1999)

Anyone who’s ever been on the dating scene knows what slim pickings there are out there for the discerning ‘ singleton’ (or whatever hideous phrase they’re using to generalise the desperate masses these days), and just how hard it is … Continue reading

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Mirror Mirror aka Moosie (1990)

Superstition is the belief in the power of a particular object, circumstance, event, or occurrence, etc. to bestow calamity/benevolence with no logical, scientific reasoning behind it. Usually passed down through generations, indigenous cultures; it relies on the fear of the … Continue reading

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Dust Devil (1992)

A woman in horror can be a virgin, a whore, or a witch. We girl types are that easily categorised because there is really nothing else to us. Witches are evil and not pretty to look at, and if they … Continue reading

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