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  • My Empire review of British suspense thriller The Unseen is online.
  • My notes on the new movie. (more…)
  • My Screen Daily review of the Jumanji sequel/reboot is online.
  • I've written a guest piece lurking behind today's window on Leah Moore and John Reppion's Haunted Advent Calendar.  NB: this is another image from 'Baby'.
  • My notes on the Polish science fiction satire. (more…)
  • My notes on the Yugoslav horror/satire. (more…)
  • My notes on this piece of British smut. (more…)
  • My notes on the British thriller. (more…)
  • My notes on the cheap science fiction film. (more…)
  • My notes on the British pop musical. (more…)
  • A review of the sharksploitation picture Raging Sharks, a sample from my Kim Newman's Video Dungeon book, is online at Electric Sheep.
  • My notes on the anime Yoake tsugeru Rû no uta (Lu Over the Wall) (2017) - in UK cinemas from December 6. (more…)
  • Varney the Vampyre (Paul McCaffrey) (more…)
  • My notes on the Kiyoshi Kurosawa film, out now on VOD. (more…)
  • My notes on the found footage sequel, now on Netflix. (more…)
  • My notes on the low budget British historical horror film Hex. (more…)
  • My notes on the documentary, which opens in US theatres November 24. (more…)
  • I'll be signing the Kim Newman's Video Dungeon book at the BFI Southbank as part of the program of the very cool members' event this Thursday.
  • My Screen Daily review of Simon Rumley's Crowhurst is online.
  • My notes on the Conjuring spin-off - available on home entertainment platforms December 4th. (more…)
  • As you know, my Kim Newman's Video Dungeon book is out now from Titan.  I've also contributed to The Art of Horror Movies (Elephant), edited by Stephen Jones.  (more…)
  • My notes on the new Murder on the Orient Express  (more…)
  • My notes on the classy science fiction film. (more…)
  • My notes on the polyamorous biopic. (more…)
  • My notes on the ant epic. (more…)
  • My notes on Hurok (Loop)  (more…)
  • My notes on Kiyoshi Kurosawa's Sanpo suru shinryakusha (Before We Vanish) (more…)
  • Wanted - more readers like Juliet Landau! I appear in A Place Among the Undead, a documentary series about vampires made by Juliet and her husband Deverell Weekes - they suggested I feature Drusilla, her character from Buffy the Vampire Slayer, in the Anno Dracula series (which I did, in a tiny way, in 'Aquarius') ... which prompted me to feature Dru in Anno Dracula One Thousand Monsters. Here's a Q&A interview with Juliet, covering a lot of interesting things, in which she and Dev are very kind about me and my work.
  • My notes on the s-f mystery. (more…)
  • My notes on the Russian space drama. (more…)
  • My notes. (more…)
  • My notes on Takeshi Miike's swordsploitation splatter film Mugen no jûnin (Blade of the Immortal) (2017). (more…)
  • My notes on the new Italian armageddon movie.  Don't expect any new barbarians or Bronx warriors here. (more…)
  • My notes on Xavier Gens' film. (more…)
  • My notes on the thriller, in selected UK/US cinemas and out on VOD/DVD now. (more…)
  • My notes on the sequel. (more…)
  • My notes on the eerie melodrama. (more…)
  • My notes on the documentary. (more…)
  • I'll be appearing at Waterstone's Piccadilly on October 31st, with comics artists Paul McCaffrey and Bambos Georgiou, discussing my new Anno Dracula novel One Thousand Monsters and the comic book collection Seven Days in Mayhem.  Booking now open.     An evening with Kim Newman in conversation with Paul McCaffrey and Bambos Georgiou Tuesday 31st October 19:00 - 20:30 at London - Piccadilly Anno Dracula - One Thousand Monsters (Paperback) Kim Newman Anno Dracula (Paperback) Kim Newman Anno Dracula - 1895: Seven Days in Mayhem (Paperback) Kim NewmanPaul McCaffrey A night of Halloween delights as Kim Newman discusses the latest instalments to the bestselling Anno Dracula series, with a brand-new novel Anno Dracula: One Thousand Monsters and the release of the first collection of the Anno Dracula comics, Anno Dracula - 1895: Seven Days in Mayhem. Anno Dracula: One Thousand Monsters sees the return of fan favourite character Genevieve:   In 1899 a group of vampires, exiled from a Great Britain ruled by Prince Dracula, arrive in Japan. They are welcomed in Yokai Town: the district of Tokyo set aside for Japan’s own vampires – an altogether strange and less human-seeming breed than the nosferatu of Europe. Genevieve and her undead comrades are forced to face new enemies and the horrors hidden within the Temple of One Thousand Monsters…   The author will also be joined by artists Paul McCaffrey and Bambos Georgiou, two of the creative team behind the art of the Anno Dracula comics, to discuss bringing the world of Anno Dracula to a new medium.   Prince Dracula has ruled Great Britain for ten years, spreading vampirism through every level of society. On the eve of Dracula’s Jubilee, radical forces gather to oppose the tyrant. Kate Reed, vampire journalist and free-thinker, takes a seat on the revolutionary Council of Seven Days, though she learns that the anarchist group harbors a traitor in its midst. The Grey Men, Dracula’s dreaded secret police, have been ordered to quash all resistance to the rule of the arch-vampire.   Anno Dracula - 1895: Seven Days in Mayhem will be available as an exclusive early bookstore release at the event. Tickets for this event cost £8/£6 with a waterstones card and include a glass of wine/soft drink and £3 off the price of the authors books on the evening. Ticket can be purchases online, instore and via phone/ Any questions please contact events.piccadilly@waterstones.com   Further details: 02078512400 Waterstones, London - Piccadilly Tuesday 31st October 19:00 - 20:30 £8 £6 with a waterstones card BOOK TICKETS
  • My Empire review of Jigsaw is online. And so is my (entirely different) Screen Daily review.
  • My notes on the clever slasher film. (more…)
  • My notes on the 'based on a true story' movie, in US theatres October 20. (more…)
  • My Screen Daily review of British zombie musical Anna and the Apocalypse is online.   Here's a trailer ...   ... and here's the (slightly grittier) original Zombie Musical short.
  • My notes on the new horror film. (more…)
  • My notes on George Romero's second film There's Always Vanilla - an excerpt from my Video Dungeon book - is posted on the Electric Sheep site.
  • My notes on the remake. (more…)
  • My notes on the tough prison movie. (more…)
  • My notes on the Blade Runner sequel. (more…)
  • I'm introducing the classic Carnival of Souls at the Regent St Cinema on October 4th.
  • My notes on the documentary. (more…)
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