Articles Posted in the " Kim Newman " Category

  • The Horror Show VoD service is launched!

    The Horror Show, a Video On Demand service that launched last week, invited Best For Film down for a launch event at the exceedingly agreeable surroundings of the Prince Charles Cinema in London. Offering a comprehensive service tailored towards us weirdos who enjoy seeing socialites being sewn together arse-to-face, The Horror Show decided to celebrate its birth with a screening of the short horror film Him Indoors, followed by the 1987 Donald Cammell serial killer film White Of The Eye, which was selected and introduced by the author and film critic Kim Newman. Let’s take a look at the goods…

  • Kim Newman and Mark Kermode in conversation at the BFI

    While legions of Britons celebrated the monarchical nuptials via half-price champers ‘n cucumber-sandwiched exercises in vicariousness, April 29th saw a dissenting faction hanging with the real royalty – in an evening enchanted by torture-porn vignettes, the virtues of Driller Killer(s) and a good ol’ 70s creepshow…

  • Book review! Nightmare Movies: Horror On Screen Since The 1960s

    Nightmare Movies: Horror On Screen Since the 1960s is the third edition in what has come to be regarded as a “true classic of cult film criticism”. Published in 1985, the original Nightmare Movies was an essential guide to contemporary horror, and, twenty years later, the newest edition is just as indispensible for today’s discerning horror enthusiast.