In honour of the BBC finally releasing Ghostwatch online – just in time for all your Halloween needs! – I wrote a look back at this classic piece of horror television over on Den of Geek.
Here’s a selection of some favourite articles I’ve written for Den Of Geek:
An in-depth look at the history of Bruceploitation, the genre that emerged in the wake of Bruce Lee’s death and gave us some of the strangest, most audacious and – occasionally – best martial arts films of all time.
Here, I go in-depth with Hasan Karacadag, the king of Turkey’s new wave of horror, discussing the occult, the genre and a potted history of Turkish cinema.
Marking the five year anniversary of his death, I wrote about some of Spanish horror legend Paul Naschy’s lesser-seen masterpieces.
A fun and accessible look at one of my favourite genres – Italian exploitation – in all its many weird, wild forms.
That time I set myself an irrational quest to watch all the “scary houses” direct-to-DVD films sold in Tesco… then wrote about it.
Looking at two excellent takes on the same ghoulish story. William Lustig’s 1980 sleaze classic Maniac and Franck Khalfoun’s 2012 remake.
A controversial article, in which I defend a much-maligned film by going way, way too deep into why I think it’s a masterpiece…
My latest feature for Den Of Geek is a Beginner’s Guide to Chinese Black Magic Films. Check it out by clicking on the link above (don’t worry – it won’t trigger a centipede spell)…
I’ve caught up with the 21st century and decided to scrap my old personal website in favour of a cutting edge blog. More content will follow soon (although if you want more regular updates, feel free to follow me on Twitter).
Never let it be said I would ever be caught using old technology…