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horror Tag Archive

Public transport horror story

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I wish I could say that the story I am about to tell is about overpriced tickets or the overly common occurrence of delayed trains, but I cannot. This story is instead the horror...

Review: Resident Evil 2

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Errol Kerr enters the survival horror in this review of Capcom's remake of a classic. Did they do the original justice?...

Memory Card: Half-Life

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James Troughton teleports us back to 1998, where First Person Shooters were just learning to stand upright... How well does this old classic hold up in the modern day?...

Review: Call of Cthulhu

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Jacob Clarke reveals to us the eldritch truth, is Call of Cthulhu worth a play or not?...

A Finer Flavour of the Film World?

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Chris Wilkinson discusses whether Horror should be considered as serious art, and whether it's been given a bad representation in recent film-making ...

Memory Card: Dead Space

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Alex Darbyshire takes a look at an old favourite- but does the horror classic stand the test of time?...

Thom Yorke’s Suspirium impresses

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Thom Yorke's new singles show promise......

Getting Poetic with Doki Doki Literature Club

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Rowena Tylden-Pattenson dives into a quirky new book club. What could go wrong?...

The Strangers: Prey At Night (15) Review

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Finbar Oliver gives us his review of this horror sequel...

I Have No Mouth and I Must Scream – Exploring a Forgotten Adventure Game Classic

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Gerry Hart delves into the heart of darkness with this '90s point and click classic...