In a small college town, a young girl working on a babysitting job in a rural farm is terrorized throughout the night.
If you’ve never gotten the chance to check out the 1996 horror film, The Dentist, you may want to hold off on checking this review out. On the other hand, the sequel to the aforementioned film which we’re about to speak about is pure garbage…
Happy 4th Of July Horror fans!!! This week here at Beyond The Void we bring you a bonus list. And it's America's birthday, so this extra list of the week will be about fireworks!!! In no particular order
The 4th and Final Cronenberg piece by Matt Rogerson. Find out another new perspective to look at Cronenberg.
Killers in Horror movies tend to have decent-sized, to rather large-sized weapons. Some have invisible weapons, such as magic or voodoo. In squirmier death scenes, a big, bloody job can be completed with the smallest of implements. And that brings me to the..
While the name Cronenberg usually brings to mind Body Horror and Canuxploitation, the director has had three very definite periods in his career, and his output varied quite substantially from one to the next. While his early period (1969 – 1983) was primarily concerned with self-penned, low-budget, visceral horror and science fiction nightmares (with the exception of 1979’s Fast Company), the Canadian would soon move into a very different arena for the second phase of his directorial career.
Now, for this list, the jaw had to be ripped off. An after-the-fact zombie with its tongue dangling, or that lady from "The Mist" tv show doesn't count. This is bloody, good times and we're rippin' off jaws!!! (And I don't mean making a bad shark movie.)
Along with themes of bodily transformation and sexuality, biological infection is perhaps the most recurring motif in Cronenberg’s cinema. From the director’s early features, Shivers (1975, original title Orgy of the
It’s a new week and plenty of horror trailers and releases to dig your mitts into. What are you looking forward to this week?
When talk turns to the career of David Cronenberg, it turns almost immediately to body horror. The Canadian director, whose career has been so long and varied that it has involved a number of original scripts and several literary adaptations..
Every Thursday in June (and the first Thurs of July) , Matt Rogerson will be taking an in-depth look at the long, body-horror-soaked career of Canadian Auteur and Cult Provocateur, the man the Village Voice called him "the most audacious and challenging narrative director in the English-speaking world": David Cronenberg.
If a fire gets too out of hand, then obviously it's a job for firefighters but what about those who have other plans for fire safety? LoveGore lists his best.
It's about that time… Hammer Time! Strap your toolbelt on and get your swinging hand ready, 'cause this week we're going over...
Bowling: The sound of the balls hitting the pins, the shoes, the beer, the atmosphere, the blood, the murders… wait, those last two aren't so common in bowling alleys… thankfully. Our beloved Horror genre, though, always finds a way to turn any place in to a “house of horror”. So, of course, the list I conjured up for this week will be taking a stare at…