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Summer of '84

Frightfest 2018 Spotlight: Summer of ’84

It’s finally August, which means the countdown to Frightfest 2018 is ON. In the weeks leading up to the festival, our intrepid reporter Joey Keogh will be taking a look at some of the most anticipated...

Summer of 84

Summer Of 84 Is A Thrilling Eighties Throwback [Review]

Turbo Kid was one of the coolest horror movies of recent years, not least because it burst out of absolutely nowhere. Sweet, good-natured, stylistically exciting, and yet gory as all hell, it was a br...

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Rejoice! Turbo Kid 2 Is On The Way!

Last year’s Turbo Kid was one of the coolest, sweetiest, funniest, goriest and just plain craziest horror releases of 2016. The unique, post-apocalypse-set flick, from film-making trio Yoann-Kar...

Unboxing Horror Block

Horror Block Unboxing – June 2016

Nerd Block is a subscription mystery box that delivers geeky collectibles right to your door each month. You can choose whatever theme box you are into–there’s the Classic Block, Arcade Block, Sci-Fi ...

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Review: Turbo Kid (Limited Edition Blu-Ray) Kicks Ass!

Turbo Kid is a violent, post-apocalyptic, BMX love story with an outcast orphan child taking center stage. It is a throwback to the awesomely bad grindhouse epics of the 1980s. It takes place in the d...

What We DO in the Shadows - vampire movies that went overlooked.

5 Kick-A** Kiwi Horror-Comedy Movies To Catch Now!

It might surprise you to learn that New Zealand isn’t just the birthplace of gore-hound Peter Jackson, or the island that doubles as Middle Earth from time to time; it’s also a hot-bed of ...

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Zak’s Top 5 Horror Movies of 2015

Horror is in a good place, which is weird saying aloud when most people seem to still be operating under the notion that “it all sucks now, it’s not as good as it used to be.” With The Babadook last y...

Worst of Frightfest - Best of Frightfest

Top 5: Best Of Frightfest 2015

The Frightfest line-up was particularly strong this year, with far more good films on offer than bad, or even passable. On average, those with weekend passes would’ve caught about 25 movies tota...

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Turbo Kid [Frightfest 2015 Review]

In a year that’s already gifted us with the pure, adrenaline-soaked perfection of Mad Max: Fury Road, it’s hard to believe another similarly-themed film could make its mark in much the sam...

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