Uncanny Adventures

Horror, Gore and More



Låt den rätte komma in (2008) /Let the right one in

If  you were bullied at school, had to play all alone in your backyard and were misunderstood by your family, you probably can sympathyise with Oscar. The 12-year-old boy grows up in the suburbs of Stockholm and leads a rather sad... Continue Reading →


Classical Horror with Vincent Price

The unmistakable voice of Vincent Price haunted me more than once after watching the following movies. Also his eyes, or more specifically, his eyebrows, are the stuff that nightmares are made off. Not only films, radio-shows and theater but also well known... Continue Reading →

The Autopsy Of Jane Doe (2016)

Who is this woman? How is a corpse so flawless despite being stonedead? “Tilden – Crematory and Morgue” works eagerly to find the cause of death and ends up finding more than wanted. Like father, like son The experienced coroner Thomas... Continue Reading →

Lights Out (2016)

When a friend of mine introduced me to this sweet little horror-short, I learned that the fright is in the detail. In under three minutes, I would be out of my mind scared and would not look into the dark... Continue Reading →

Blair Witch (2016)

The plot takes us back to the Black Hills Forest where we've already seen teenagers cry, scream and disappear. While the story promises to repeat itself, the circumstances are refreshingly different. We're now following the footsteps of Generation Y twenty-somethings... Continue Reading →

Stranger Things (2016)

Four boys and a set of dice open the story of Stranger Things. It's getting late and after hours of DnD the pre-Teens leave for dinner at their homes. All arrive home safely, except for Will. Riding his bike, he... Continue Reading →

The Boy (2016)

This title kind of suggests a love story. "The" boy, a special one, maybe the one for a girl. But it's not. In fact, it's not even about a boy but rather a beautiful yet scary china doll. If you... Continue Reading →

Deathgasm (2015)

This is the kind of movie that makes you come a little: Deathgasm. Three alienated high school students and a brütal as fuck metalhead start a band somewhere in New Zealand. In the centre of attention is young and misunderstood... Continue Reading →

Let’s Scare Jessica to Death (1971)

A Yuppie couple who lost all their money flees from Big Apple to a lonely Island. Leaving everything behind - the city, Jessica's mental illness and money issues. Together with a friend who shall help them cultivate the orchard, they... Continue Reading →

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