JP Mulvanetti

JP Mulvanetti
JP is from Dublin, Ireland, and tends to spend his time writing, playing old video games and sampling beers... when he's not talking about horror films, of course. You can find JP on Twitter at @Nostalgic_Attic

It Follows (2014)

In the wake of the success of Hideo Nakata‘s 1998 masterpiece, Ringu, the horror landscape was dominated by the ‘curse’; victims inadvertently passed a virus of sorts, usually a vengeful ghost, and are given a limited timeframe to resolve the mystery before it can claim their life or more potential victims. …

Read More »

Red White & Blue (2010)

Red White & Blue (2010)

Indie horror has taken a turn for the interesting in the last decade, with many low-budget films emerging that push the boundaries of what we actually consider to be a horror film at all. Sure, there’s a never-ending glut of cheap slashers, and mile-high body-pile of zombie films, but what …

Read More »

The Seasoning House (2012)

The Seasoning House poster

The Brits have been knocking it out of the horror-park since the early 2000’s, beginning with films like Dog Soldiers and 28 Days Later, and running right up to recent output such as Kill List, or the slightly more accessible Woman in Black. It possibly comes down to faith in the genre …

Read More »

Willow Creek (2013) – Bobcat On Bigfoot

Willow Creek (2013)

It must be hard for some people to reconcile  ‘Bobcat Goldthwait the director’ with ‘Bobcat Goldthwait the comedian’. A man known to most of the world for his high-pitched, shrieking comedy hardly seemed like a good match for ‘serious indie director’. The thing is though, he makes it so bloody easy to …

Read More »