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Frightfest 2016 Review: Beyond The Gates

Fans of Jumanji (and defenders of it as a still-scary kids’ horror movie) rejoice, we finally have our very own, grown-up version in Beyond The Gates. The debut feature from Jackson Stewart, who...

Blood Feast

Frightfest 2016 Review: Blood Feast

Remakes are a hard enough sell in their own right, but a reboot only a select few would actually be interested in? One that does nothing to update the story for modern audiences, or to enamour it to t...

Frightfest 2016 Review: My Father, Die

Following in the footsteps of a famous, successful parent has got to be intimidating – just ask professional Twitter crybaby Max Landis. In the case of Sean Brosnan, son of Pierce, it seems the ...

Frightfest 2016 Review: Let Her Out

One would struggle to find a baptism by fire-like introduction to the world of feature films, and to horror that is hotter than Alanna LeVierge’s debut performance in body horror shocker Let Her...

The Devil's Candy

The Devil’s Candy [Frightfest 2016 Review]

Films as special as The Devil’s Candy don’t come around that often. Hell, we’re lucky if we get one a decade, let alone one a year. It’s difficult to draw comparisons between i...

Frightfest 2016 Review: SiREN

A feature-length film based off the weakest V/H/S segment? Who the hell thought that would be a good idea? Lots of people, apparently, if SiREN (no idea why the ‘i’ is small), is anything ...

Frightfest 2016 Review: Found Footage 3D

It takes a brave-ass movie to nod to both 3D and found footage (two things movie fans at large, never mind horror aficionados in particular, are utterly sick of) in its title. Even braver to favourabl...

Sadako vs. Kayako

Frightfest 2016 Review: Sadako Vs Kayako

After about a hundred remakes, sequels, prequels and spinoffs it’s difficult to understand what new territory the Ring and Grudge series could possibly broach. The solution, it would seem, lies ...

Rob Zombie's 31

Frightfest 2016 Review: Rob Zombie’s 31

Rob Zombie’s 31 opens with a lengthy, to-camera monologue shot in surprisingly (for this particular filmmaker) arty monochrome. A paint-and-blood splattered miscreant addresses the audience, spi...

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