2 items from 2016
The Children, 2008.
Directed by Tom Shankland.
Two families get together to celebrate Christmas and usher in the New Year, but a strange illness seems to be spreading around the children. Things soon take a horrifying turn as the illness turns the children from sweet little angels into murderous little devils, forcing the adults to fight for survival against their beloved children.
Let’s face it, we celebrate Christmas in such a grand colourful way for the benefit of children everywhere, with parents working their arses off to make the holiday a truly wonderful time for their little ones. Well, I don’t celebrate Christmas for the sake of children, mainly because A) I don’t have any children and B) I really don’t like the little sods.
So imagine my joy/horror to find the subject of today’s review, »
- Graeme Robertson
The Horror Channel is set to broadcast no less than eight horror premieres next month, including the UK TV premiere of 'The Vatican Tapes'. The movie is a dynamic, unusual and thrilling exorcism shocker by 'Crank' director Mark Neveldine, and it will air on Friday 13th May at 9pm. Also receiving their first appearances on the Horror Channel are the grotesque Irish comedy horror 'Stitches', starring Ross Noble and Tom Shankland's chilling and taboo-shattering 'The Children. There is also a UK TV premiere of Ian Clark's stark and scary 'The Facility'. You can check out the rest of May's premieres below. »
2 items from 2016
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