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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...

Extracurricular [Frightfest 2019 Review]

Extracurricular opens with an all-too-familiar slasher movie setup; a happy couple rolling up to an isolated cabin in the woods for a weekend they most definitely will not survive. Sure enough, within...

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 ...

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 ...

Come to Daddy [Frightfest 2019 Review]

Come to Daddy is the directorial debut of one Ant Timpson, the super-producer behind some of the coolest horror movies of the last few years, including The Greasy Strangler, Housebound, and Turbo Kid....

Frightfest 2017 Review: Lowlife

Lowlife was the biggest surprise of Frightfest 2017. The trailer and poster (which looks, perhaps purposefully, like a piece of female anatomy for no discernible reason) are both garbage. But, ignorin...

Frightfest 2017 Review: Devil’s Gate

With a title like Devil’s Gate, we pretty much know exactly what we’re in for, right? Except this juicy little kitchen sink thriller is precisely not what you, I, or anyone else is expecti...

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Frightfest 2017 Review: Replace

The two big selling points of this German-Canadian co-production are Queen Barbara Crampton and the promise of some totally disgusting body horror (though the great Richard Stanley has a writing credi...

Frightfest 2017 Review: Incontrol

Have you ever considered what it would be like to be somebody else for a day? Incontrol sees a group of college students do exactly that after creating a device that allows them to go into the mind, a...

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