Those were the days; the 1990's when I didn't have a care in the world, my main problems were deciding whether or not I should buy the limited edition of a new CD or if my mum would moan if I ate chips on the way home instead of the dinner she cooked. Oh yeah, and Buffy was on TV! The source for some of my earlier crushes. Actually, it did run in to the 2000's when I really should've had more responsibilities, but the less said about that the better.
There is something heartening about seeing someone do well after (kind of) growing up with them (in a non stalkery way). Here we have Psychosis and Charisma Carpenter, hasn't she grown. One of the latest Brit horror flicks to give me further hope that the splatter/slasher is going down the glossy, sexy route. Along side Ricci Harnett, Paul Sculfor, Sean Chapman and Justin Hawkins (cough), Charisma plays an American horror novelist who relocates to the UK. She slowly becomes creeped out by strange goings on and scary neighbours. So much so, she finds it impossible to distinguish what is real and what is her imagination. Sounds cool, huh?
The DVD is out on the 19th July. Now, off you go.