Peter Jackson

Why Braindead remains the pinnacle of grisly practical effects

By Stephen Puddicombe

In 1992 a young Peter Jackson created one of horror cinema’s most gruesome and enduring splatterfests.

Is there still a place in Hollywood for puppets and practical effects?

By Dominic Preston

Tale of Tales is a return to a much darker, more traditional form of fantasy storytelling.

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