All posts by Exquisite Terror

Born from a love of horror, ponderous thoughts and meandering topics, Exquisite Terror is a periodical that takes a more academic approach to the genre.

Lin Shaye in The Grudge

WIN: The Grudge Blu-ray

The latest entry to the Grudge series is out now on digital, Blu-ray and DVD. Tell us who directed for a chance to win a Blu-ray.

/ June 1, 2020

Consumerism and Addiction

British filmmaker Simon Rumley's latest, Fashionista, is a strange and visually brilliant examination of deep obsession.

/ March 26, 2018

The Art of Stephen Jones’ Horror

Horror relies on image to promote terror and bring hideous ideas to life.

/ December 17, 2015

The Curse of Frankenstein (Devil’s Advocates)

A close analysis of Jimmy Sangster’s script and the differences between film and book.

/ July 29, 2015

Twisted Tales

Holland would be well advised to place the emphasis on stronger scripts and to dispense with his trifling on-screen introductions.

/ June 21, 2015

What’s Left of Us

Boasts edgy performances and a script which focuses on the here and now rather than excessive backstory.

/ May 7, 2015