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A Good Woman is Hard to Find [Frightfest 2019 Review]

Abner Pastoll only ever had Sarah Bolger in mind for his latest film, A Good Woman is Hard to Find, and it shows; this is a major showcase for the considerable talents of the still hugely underrated I...

The Drone [Frightfest 2019 Review]

The Drone comes to us courtesy of the producers behind Searching and Unfriended, but don’t let that fool you; the emphasis might be on dodgy tech once again, but the tone is decidedly less serio...

Ready or Not [Frightfest 2019 Review]

Samara Weaving continues her career of kicking ass while looking unbelievably gorgeous with her lively latest movie Ready or Not, the story of the toughest bride having the worst wedding day since Kil...

The Soska Sisters’ Rabid [Frightfest 2019 Review]

Introducing their remake of David Cronenberg’s Rabid, Frightfest stalwarts the Soska Sisters advised the eager crowd that, first, the movie is intended as a tribute to the man himself and, secon...

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Porno (yes, that’s really its title) [Frightfest 2019 Review]

When actor Katelyn Pearce was first approached to star in the horror-comedy movie Porno, the project was simply called “untitled teen horror film.” It’s understandable, considering P...

Knives and Skin [Frightfest 2019 Review]

Knives and Skin, the fourth feature from writer-director Jennifer Reeder, features a rendition of “Kids in America” that recalls the CW’s mega-hit teen show Riverdale (though it̵...

Ghost Killers vs. Bloody Mary [Frightfest 2019 Review]

With a title like Ghost Killers vs Bloody Mary, it’s safe to assume we’re in for some bloody, silly carnage. And yet, this nifty little Brazilian export (original title: Exterminadores do ...

Death of a Vlogger [Frightfest 2019 Review]

Internet horror is big business right now, but for every Unfriended: Dark Web there’s a…Smiley. Death of a Vlogger, the third feature from Scottish writer-director (and star, editor, and p...

Girl on the Third Floor [Frightfest 2019 Review]

Girl on the Third Floor is super producer Travis Stevens’ debut feature but, in many ways, it resembles the last high profile movie he took to Frightfest, 68 Kill, which Stevens introduced with ...