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Frightfest 2016 Review: Johnny Frank Garrett’s Last Word

Based on the documentary The Last Word, English director Simon Rumley’s (whose segment in The ABCs Of Death, “P Is For Pressure” left a pretty lasting impact) Johnny Frank Garrett...

Frightfest 2016 Review: The Windmill Massacre

It’s been such a long time since slasher fans have been gifted a truly great addition to the sub-genre that a flick called The Windmill Massacre, in which the featured villain is THE MILLER (ter...

The Rezort

The Rezort [Frightfest 2016 Review]

Hot on the heels of JeruZalem with a Z comes The Rezort with a Z. Z means zombie. Geddit? It’s clever because it’s obvious. Described by film critic and Frightfest co-founder Alan Jones as...

Frightfest 2016 Review: The Master Cleanse

The Big Bang Theory‘s Johnny Galecki hasn’t starred in a horror movie since his memorable turn in classic nineties slasher I Know What You Did Last Summer (he’s due to star in the up...

Frightfest 2016 Review: Night Of Something Strange

Claiming a movie is worth seeing for the gore alone might sound like a backhanded compliment, but in the case of Night Of Something Strange, well, you ain’t seen gore like this before – tr...

Frightfest 2016 Review: Ibiza Undead

With a title like Ibiza Undead surely we can expect a thought-provoking, no-holds-barred deconstruction of the zombie sub-genre, tossed with some acidic, well-considered meta humour? Hardly. With his ...

Frightfest 2016 Review: Enclosure

There’s scarcely a setting for a horror movie more consistently frightening (and overused) than the woods. From The Blair Witch Project to Exists and Willow Creek, filmmakers and audiences alike...

Frightfest 2016 Review: Mercy

Back in 2013, Anthony DiBlasi’s chilly slow-burner Missionary was one of the most talked-about films of the Frightfest weekend – and it wasn’t even considered, by most, to be a strai...

Frightfest 2016 Review: We Are The Flesh

Hype is a strange beast. Nowadays, in our relentless, 24/7 news cycle, it can make or break a film. This is particularly pertinent when it comes to horror, as every movie wants to be the next ‘s...

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