I just got round to watching A Quiet Place and, well… Here’s why it single-handedly exceeded all my expectations, to become the best film I’ve seen this decade.Read More
Unfriended came out of nowhere in the middle of 2015 and was critically panned. But screw the critics, I think it’s one of the best horror films of the decade.Read More
Indie Horror has exploded.
A multi-million pound budget and excessive marketing is no longer a primary catalyst of popularity. More and more, be it in film, books or video games, we have seen a huge influx of new horror experiences, created by people purely for the love of this captivating genre.
It’s what we love at New Rising Media, and Bloody Cuts is a perfect personification of this paradigm shift in horror. I talked to Ben Franklin, Creator, Producer and Editor of this series about how he got started, the technology used to produce these amazing short films, and what is needed to replicate his (and the entire team’s) success.
The eighth episode of Bloody Cuts, an anthology of short horror films, Don't Move features some of the best suspense I've seen this year.
Though Siri is at best a middling distraction on the iPhone 4S for most of us, it's nevertheless an incredible piece of technology. Advanced voice recognition, sophisticated artificial intelligence, a smattering of humorous responses... But what we didn't know is that Siri actually has a mind of its own and is on a mission to “kill the humans." Something that we find out in this hilarious spoof movie trailer, 'Siri: The Holiday Horror Movie'.