Here we have the latest installment of my Look Back in Bedlam end-of-the-year overview of topics that are of particular interest to this site–and Bedlam, it turns out, was indeed the word for 2017
It’s been claimed that a third of the world’s most depressing films emerge from Canada and, having viewed many a Canadian film, I believe it
Low budget and science fiction might seem mutually exclusive terms, but I believe the following ten films prove otherwise
Nosferatu and Frankenstein are classics. But there’s an inescapable fact that few are willing to acknowledge: neither movie is very good.
Gore is back.
Here we have The Bedlam Files’ first-ever “Look Back,” covering the previous year’s noteworthy happenings in the world of cult/horror film and literature.
Here it is, the first installment of my “Bedlam in Print” overview of the previous year’s publishing output.
Might it be possible that DVD bootlegs are actually preferable to legitimate factory releases?
The chances are, if you’re a horror movie fan then you own some bootlegged videos. You know what I’m talking about.
Here you’ll find a slew of wild, goofy, unpredictable and absolutely first rate reading.