Fikri Jermadi flinches at Paul Holbrook and Sam Dawe’s horrific effort.
Fikri and Ezzah celebrate the festival of creativity that is the #KumanPicturesChallenge by looking at a select number of films.
Originally published on Lens, Andrew Ng considers the enjoyment of exploring fear through horror films.
Not a review of the Korean film, Adi Iskandar finds that James Lee’s ‘Two Sisters’ latest effort hits all the right spots all the same.
Fikri Jermadi saw Joko Anwar’s latest flick between his fingers, then tapped his fingers on the keyboard to write this review.
Long in the tooth, Fikri and Muz finally bring it home, closing out their epic four-part series on horror cinema with Malaysian films.
Getting closer to the bullseye, Fikri and Muz take in horror cinema from Southeast Asia.
Fikri and Muz takes a big bite of the horror genre, looking at its earliest years on the silver screen as well as how folk stories, urban legends, cultural and social panics are/were played and incorporated into films by the Western world.