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Frightfest 2017 Review: The Terror Of Hallow’s Eve

The Terror Of Hallow’s Eve begins with the somewhat cheeky claim that the film was based on true events. As director/co-writer Todd Tucker would explain it, much of what happens in the movie did...

Better watch out

Frightfest 2017 Review: Better Watch Out

Writing about Better Watch Out (formerly Safe Neighbourhood, the previous title referenced in the film by one significant, yet seemingly throwaway line) is borderline impossible. This nifty little fes...

Frightfest 2017 Review: It Stains The Sands Red

Almost fifty years after the release of Romero’s seminal Night Of The Living Dead, the world is still hopelessly devoted to zombies. The popularity of the snooze-inducing The Walking Dead, and i...

Ryuk in Death Note

Frightfest 2017 Review: Death Note

Adam Wingard, the horror hero behind the likes of You’re Next, The Guest and Blair Witch, has taken quite a battering over his adaptation of super-popular manga Death Note. At the time of writin...

Mayhem is Gory Fun [Frightfest 2017 Review]

Joe Lynch has had an interesting career thus far. The man most well-known among genre fans for being the other guy on super-popular podcast The Movie Crypt alongside longtime buddy Adam Green, and for...

Frightfest 2017 Review: Tragedy Girls

Tyler MacIntyre’s fourth feature Tragedy Girls is being touted as a mixture of Clueless and Scream (high praise indeed) but the director sees it more as a spiritual successor to cult teen movie ...

Frightfest 2017 Review: Sequence Break

After quietly making a name for himself in Joe Begos’s Almost Human and The Mind’s Eye, as well as playing Herbert West onstage in Re: Animator: The Musical, actor Graham Skipper broke out...

Frightfest 2017 Review: Victor Crowley

It was the best kept secret since Blair Witch (a new trend in horror? Let’s hope so) as fan-favourite filmmaker Adam Green, at what attendees were told was a special, tenth anniversary screening...

Frightfest 2016 Review: Train To Busan

Just when it seems we’ve seen zombies in every possible, horrible situation imaginable (lest we forget, 2013’s brilliant Stalled put them in a toilet) Train To Busan trundles into the stat...

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