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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...

Frightfest 2017 Review: Still/Born

There were two big pregnancy-related movies at this year’s Frightfest. And, of the two, Still/Born is probably the more acceptable (the Inside remake isn’t bad per se, it just has no real ...

Frightfest 2017 Review: Inside

Pregnancy has been big in horror as far back as Rosemary’s Baby, Polanski’s seminal 1968 classic that has yet to be equalled, let alone bettered. Ten years ago, French film-making duo Alex...

Frightfest 2017 Review: Dead Shack

Canadian horror is fast becoming the safest bet around, thanks to the likes of Wolfcop and Curtain, just two standout offerings from the Great White North that more than showcase what the region can d...

Frightfest 2017 Review: Game Of Death

In anticipation of this Christmas’s Jumanji sequel, Welcome To The Jungle, and following closely in the footsteps of last year’s brilliant Beyond The Gates comes Game Of Death, a very lite...

Frightfest 2017 Review: 3rd Night

3rd Night immediately gets my hackles up because the title should be Third Night. Bad, bad grammar. How and ever, the debut feature from British-born, Australia-based writer-director Adam Gravely has ...

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