The Omen Films Ranked

The Omen Films Ranked

Known as one of the great horror franchises to spawn from the 1970s horror boom, ‘The Omen’ has scared for generations. In this edition of Ranked, Sophia Mae Patfield ranks each entry from worst to best.

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Blood Junkies (1993) Review

Blood Junkies (1993) Review

Once thought lost to an underhanded “distributor”, the story of how Scottish cult horror movie ‘Blood Junkies’ (1993) found a release is probably even more interesting than the film. Mark Carnochan reviews.

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Shaun of the Dead (2004) Review

Shaun of the Dead (2004) Review

In watching ‘Shaun of the Dead’ – one of the best loved British comedies of the contemporary era – it’s easy to see why the Cornetto Trilogy has proven so popular, and why Wright, Pegg and Frost have had exciting careers. Christopher Connor reviews.

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An American Werewolf In London – Unfinished Game-Changing Fun

An American Werewolf In London – Unfinished Game-Changing Fun

Roger Ebert once described horror-comedy ‘An American Werewolf in London’ (1981), from director John Landis, as “unfinished”. Sarah Williams looks at how this unfinished movie changed the game by making horror fun.

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Fantasy Island (2020) Review

Fantasy Island (2020) Review

New Blumhouse fantasy-thriller-horror ‘Fantasy Island’ (2020) might be worth a watch if you’re a fan of Lucy Hale, but it won’t thrill fans of the genre quite like a ‘Get Out’. Sophie Cook reviews.

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The Invisible Man (2020) Review

The Invisible Man (2020) Review

This is not your great-grandfather’s ‘Invisible Man’, this is Blumhouse and writer-director Leigh Whannell (‘Upgrade’) making the horror film we need right now. Sam Sewell-Peterson reviews.

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The Turning (2020) Review

The Turning (2020) Review

“Huh?” seems to be the only response you’ll have. Mackenzie Davis, Finn Wolfhard and Brooklyn Prince star in ‘The Turning’, a 2020 horror from Floria Sigismondi, reviewed by Jacob Davis.

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Black Christmas (2019) Review

Black Christmas (2019) Review

The sorority slasher is back – directed by Sophia Takal and starring Imogen Poots, this remake of Black Christmas is transported to modern times and given a thoroughly feminist spin. Read our review, as written by Sophie Butcher.

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