Dylan is a English Literature & Film undergrad and film critic. He loves all genres of film but has a particular love for science fiction and horror.
Even though it promises a scary journey, Against the Night fails on all levels. The poorness of its plot, direction, and performances make this
We examine the history and trends of the slasher horror sub-genre, and whether it is still as popular in modern times as it was
Predictable, overbearing, and generic, Ghost House is a film that is lacking in all the essential ingredients that make up a great horror.
A Father's Day is a short film told about an estranged pair of father-daughter zombies, and it is surprisingly effective.
Dylan Walker attended Edinburgh International Film Festival; he reviews Attraction, Double Date, The Dark Mile and The Last Photograph.
The only thing to "Be Afraid" of is the lack of originality in this uninteresting horror effort from director Drew Gabreski.
Dylan Walker is attending the Edinburgh International Film Festival and reviews Paris Can Wait, God's Own Country & Bad Day For The Cut.
Alien: Covenant takes a valiant attempt at re-creating the magic from the original, but ultimately falters from screenplay to screen.
Other than strong performances, Deny Everything is mostly unsuccessful, due to an uneven story-line, poor camerawork, and jokes that fall flat.
Indie low-budget vampire horror Night Kaleidoscopee has solid visuals but this is not enough to cover up its paper thin characters and story.