Sarah Dobbs

Sarah is a freelance writer and editor. She loves horror movies, unusual storytelling techniques, and smoking jackets. Ask her about the Saw movies. Go on, ask.

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Recent articles by Sarah Dobbs

Top 10 Films of 2012: The Cabin In The Woods

Sarah Dobbs Feature Dec 27, 2012

Postmodern horror The Cabin In The Woods is at number five in our films of 2012 list. Here, Sarah explains why it's so unique...

Jon Wright interview: Grabbers, Christmas movies, body parts

Sarah Dobbs Interview Dec 20, 2012

With Irish alien invasion movie Grabbers out next week, Sarah spoke to director Jon Wright about its making, and what he's up to next...

Weekend Retreat review

Sarah Dobbs Review Nov 21, 2012

Sarah checks out the Cornish comedy thriller Weekend Retreat, and finds much to enjoy in its compact, darkly funny tale...

Brett Harvey interview: Weekend Retreat and indie filmmaking

Sarah Dobbs Interview Nov 21, 2012

Shot in 12 days, Weekend Retreat is a Cornwall-set comedy thriller. Sarah spoke to writer and director Brett Harvey about its making...

Excision review

Sarah Dobbs Review Nov 19, 2012

An uncompromising high school horror, Excision is a bold debut from writer and director Richard Bates Jr, Sarah writes...

Why you should be watching Justified

Sarah Dobbs Feature Nov 16, 2012

Sarah adds yet another US series box-set to your Xmas list, as she explains why everyone needs to watch Timothy Olyphant in a Stetson...

15 Halloween-themed movies to watch this Halloween

Sarah Dobbs Odd List Oct 30, 2012

Fancy watching something seasonally appropriate this October 31st? Here are our recommendations...

Chris Stone interview: Blood And Bone China, and making period horror on a budget

Sarah Dobbs Interview Oct 12, 2012

How do you make a horror movie as good as Blood And Bone China for just £3000? Sarah caught up with director Chris Stone to find out…

Blood And Bone China review

Sarah Dobbs Review Oct 12, 2012

Sarah checks out the low-budget yet brilliant horror adventure, Blood And Bone China…

Looking back at Resident Evil: Afterlife

Sarah Dobbs Feature Sep 28, 2012

Our series of Resident Evil look backs concludes with 2010’s Afterlife – financially, the most successful entry yet...

Looking back at Resident Evil: Extinction

Sarah Dobbs Feature Sep 26, 2012

Director Russell Mulcahy took over for the third in the Resident Evil film series. Sarah looks back at 2007’s Extinction…

Fran Kranz interview: The Cabin In The Woods, Shakespeare, and fake blood

Sarah Dobbs Interview Sep 24, 2012

As The Cabin In The Woods arrives on DVD and Blu-ray, we caught up with star and Whedon collaborator Fran Kranz for a chat…

Grabbers review

Sarah Dobbs Review Sep 12, 2012

Could Grabbers be the best alien invasion comedy ever? Very possibly. Here’s Sarah’s review of a very funny film...

Looking back at Resident Evil: Apocalypse

Sarah Dobbs Feature Aug 14, 2012

As the release of Resident Evil: Retribution shuffles closer, our series retrospectives continue. Here’s Sarah’s look back at 2004’s Apocalypse…

Looking back at Resident Evil

Sarah Dobbs Feature Aug 8, 2012

The first Resident Evil is a decade old. And with the latest film, Retribution, just around the corner, Sarah heads back to 2002 to see how the franchise began…

Airborne DVD review

Sarah Dobbs Review Jul 9, 2012

Even Luke Skywalker can’t save Airborne from crashing and burning…

50 genuinely creepy horror movies

Sarah Dobbs Odd List Jun 22, 2012

They rely on atmosphere and suspense rather than gore and jump-scares. Here’s Sarah’s pick of 50 genuinely creepy horror movies…

Neil Jones interview: Bedlam season 2, new cast, and new direction

Sarah Dobbs Interview Jun 5, 2012

Sarah chats to Bedlam writer and co-creator Neil Jones about season 2 of Sky's UK supernatural series, which is back on our screens this week...

In The Name Of The King 2: Two Worlds DVD review

Sarah Dobbs Review May 21, 2012

Uwe Boll's latest, In The Name Of The King 2, goes straight to DVD. We're there to meet it...

Uwe Boll interview: In The Name Of The King, Oliver Stone, Mission Impossible 4 and reputation

Sarah Dobbs Feature May 16, 2012

As his latest film, In The Name Of The King: Two Worlds arrives on DVD, we caught up with its director, Uwe Boll, to talk about his sometimes controversial movies...

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