Exploding heads, buckets of blood, dismembered body parts: Larry Van Duynhoven says what he does is art. An art that's slowly dying.
Giant krakens, blood-thirsty vampires, brain-eating zombies, Frankenstein's monster — they're all a little more real than you might think. They arise from our deepest fears and desires.
The writer-director behind the massively successful horror films is back with Upgrade, an action flick inspired by technology.
For all its sophisticated craft and sugary thrills, this slick remake of the cult horror classic It falls short of the original.
Horror films always toy with our anxieties and primal fears. So what does it say about Australians that we keep setting our thrillers in the outback?