Frightfest 2016 Interview: Graham Skipper

Anyone who was lucky enough to catch Graham Skipper in Joe Begos' Almost Human and this year's The Mind's Eye will know that this guy is about to be...

Frightfest 2016 Interview: Jackson Stewart

Movies like Beyond The Gates don't come around very often. In our current, nostalgia-obsessed culture, with the likes of Stranger Things storming the boards, it can be easy to...

Frightfest 2016 Interview: Alanna LeVierge

It's difficult to believe that Let Her Out, a body horror shocker from the twisted mind of Cody Calahan (Antisocial 1 and 2) is the debut feature of actress...

Bottom 5: Worst Of Frightfest 2016

Even the best festival line-ups have their duds, but in the case of Frightfest 2016, there were very few outright stinkers to rage over. It was an incredibly strong...

The First Batch Of Toronto After Dark Movies Is Here!

The Toronto After Dark Festival kicks off next month, and the first wave of movies is finally here, for us all to drool over in anticipation. Described by the organisers...

Top 5: Best Of Frightfest 2016

Frightfest 2016 was a year for discovering new favourites, rather than drooling over big-name titles. After The Woods was removed from the line-up, the biggest draw was probably 31,...

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...

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...

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...

Frightfest 2016 Review: The Rezort

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 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...

Frightfest 2016 Review: Broken

Broken begins with its tetraplegic central character, John, shitting himself and immediately giving his live-in carer Evie a hard time for not helping him quickly enough. This could feasibly...

Frightfest 2016 Review: Downhill

In the current horror landscape, populated as it is by remakes, reboots, sequels, etc, new ideas should be celebrated. But what happens when a filmmaker has a  few too...

FEARnyc Horror Fest Is Your Ideal Halloween Warm Up Event

The inaugural FEARnyc horror film festival has just announced its full lineup for 2016 and it's so insanely jam-packed we might just move to New York for the week. The...

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...