‘It Stains The Sands Red’ Review

Without getting too bogged down in the machinations of the plot of It Stains The Sands Red, the film’s idea for a fresh take on the zombie subgenre is to localise the epidemic to just one of the undead, and his one victim.

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‘The Evil In Us’ Review

With the best will in the world, there’s not too much to get excited about in The Evil In Us, a heartfelt, lovingly-sculpted “cabin in the woods” infection/zombie yarn that, while unshakeable in its commitment, doesn’t really engage in any significant way until its final twist.

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‘Hangman’ Review

Just when you thought Mike Flanagan’s Hush was going to provide 2016 with its freshest take on the home invasion subgenre, Adam Mason’s Hangman offers a bolder reinvention still. Ratcheting up the tension with real ingenuity, this is bold, accomplished stuff that feels disquietingly voyeuristic and genuinely terrifying.

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