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Aaaaaaaah!

Aaaaaaaah! [Frightfest 2015 Review]

The curse of the self-reviewing title strikes again with Aaaaaaaah!, the bafflingly dreadful feature directorial debut from Sightseers scribe/star Steve Oram. In its IMDb description, the question ...

The Nightmare

The Nightmare [Frightfest 2015 Review]

Unless you live under a particularly large rock, you’ve probably heard of a little documentary called The Nightmare, allegedly the scariest documentary of the year. You might have heard that The...

The Hallow

The Hallow [Frightfest 2015 Review]

Lifelong special effects enthusiast Corin Hardy has been making monsters in his bedroom since he was a kid. So it stands to reason that his debut feature as writer-director should boast some pretty co...

Final Girl [Frightfest 2015 Review]

Pop photographer Tyler Shields’ highly-anticipated first foray into feature films boasts a title that will immediately pique the interest of even the most casual genre fans. Final Girl is brough...

A Christmas Horror Story [Frightfest 2015 Review]

With the uproariously fun Tales Of Halloween stealing the spotlight on every horror fan’s favourite holiday, it’s left to Canadian import A Christmas Horror Story (and, this coming Christm...

Frightfest 2015 Review: Scherzo Diabolico

Spanish director Adrián García Bogliano’s Late Phases was one of the best horror movies of last year, not to mention arguably one of the most accomplished werewolf movies of all time. It was a b...

Some Kind Of Hate [Frightfest 2015 Review]

Labelling a movie a “feminist slasher” is a bold move. The f word carries with it certain expectations that, to be fair, few films will be able to live up to–regardless of quality. S...

Bait [Frightfest 2015 Review]

A few years back, an Australian horror movie called Bait pitched a group of plucky survivors against a tide of hungry sharks, displaced in a flooded supermarket after a devastating tsunami. It wasn...

Frankenstein

Frankenstein [Frightfest 2015 Review]

Not to be confused with the upcoming, Daniel Radcliffe and James McAvoy starring, Victor Frankenstein, Bernard “Candyman” Rose’s Frankenstein is the dreamy, gory, and strangely movin...