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.
Fikri Jermadi shouldn’t be surprised that a lot of people lost their head in a film called ‘Penanggal’. I’m writing this review with thunderous roars ringing in… Read more “Losing Heads – Penanggal”
Fikri Jermadi went undercover while watching this film (as in, he got under his sheets). The media on which we watch something has a chance of influencing how… Read more “Damn Terror – Jelangkung”
Watching this film makes Fikri Jermadi want to do his head in, but not for the reasons you might think. Recently, a friend forwarded an article for… Read more “Caveman’s Theory – Sembunyi”
Fikri and Muz discuss Muz’s experience of the City of Love, and of (not) doing what they did in the movies, before jumping into ‘The Shining’ and ‘2001: A Space Odyssey’.