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Steve is a journalist and comedian who enjoys American movies of the 70s, Amicus horror compendiums, Doctor Who, Twin Peaks, Naomi Watts and sitting down. His short fiction has been published as part of the Iris Wildthyme range from Obverse Books.

Grimmfest 2017: Rabbit Review: Dir. Luke Shanahan (2017)

Rabbit Review: A women searches for her missing twin in this Kubrick-esque Australian horror. Rabbit review by Steve Palace, October 2017.   While you feel you may...

Grimmfest 2017: The Bride Review: Dir. Svyatoslav Podgayevskiy

The Bride Review: A young bride-to-be finds herself fighting for her life after an introduction to the future in-laws unearths a deadly curse. The Bride...

Patricia Quinn Interview: “I Watch ‘Shock Treatment’ With My Grand Kids...

It was perhaps appropriate that I had a dentists' appointment on the day I interviewed Patricia Quinn, iconic star of The Rocky Horror Picture...

Kane Hodder: From Vorhees To ‘Victor Crowley’ Frightfest Interview

Taking to the stage at Frightfest was Kane Hodder, iconic stuntman-turned-slasher who made his name playing Jason Vorhees before picking up the Hatchet as...

Frightfest 2017: ‘Top Knot Detective’ Review: Dirs. Aaron McCann & Dominic...

Top Knot Detective Review: Pop stars, rivalries, forbidden romance - Top Knot Detective has it all. Believe it or not, as the twentieth century was...

Frightfest 2017: ‘Demons Of The Mind’ Review: Dir. Peter Sykes

Demons of the Mind Review: Released in 1972 Demons of the Mind returns to the big screen at this years Frightfest.   In 1972 legendary purveyors...

Frightfest 2017: ‘Verónica’ Review: Dirs. Carlos Algara & Alejandro Martinez-Beltran

Verónica Review: A psychologist gets tangled up with her new patients problems in this intimate and sinister female-led thriller.   A psychologist (Arcelia Ramírez) lives in a...

Frightfest 2017: ‘Accountable’ Review: Dir. Matthew Heaven

Accountable Review: An angry young man tries to gain control after his troubled past in this feature debut of director Matthew Heaven.   Warren (Oliver Towner)...

“I love watching old movies…” Stephen Woolley interview: ‘Their Finest’

Their Finest is out to buy this week. Starring Gemma Arterton, Sam Claflin and Bill Nighy, it tells the story of British propaganda during...

“Marilyn Manson would love to be the villain in a Marvel...

Guardians Of The Galaxy Vol. 2 has rocked up on disc this week, taking you back to writer/director James Gunn's wild dimension of space...