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Frankenstein

Frankenstein [Frightfest 2015 Review]

Not to be confused with the upcoming, Daniel Radcliffe and James McAvoy starring, Victor Frankenstein, Bernard “Candyman” Rose’s Frankenstein is the dreamy, gory, and strangely movin...

Hellions

Hellions [Frightfest 2015 Review]

Decent Halloween-themed movies are hard to come by. Aside from the classics like Halloween, Trick ‘r’ Treat and Hocus Pocus, there isn’t much in the way of modern holiday-themed fare for horror fans t...

Landmine Goes Click

Frightfest 2015 Review: Landmine Goes Click

Introducing his movie Landmine Goes Click, to a curious Frightfest audience, Georgian writer-director Levan Bakhia offered just one sentence as a precursor for what we were about to watch: “A gu...

Frightfest 2015 Review: The Diabolical

Following hot on the heels of this year’s decent, but ultimately pointless, Poltergeist remake comes The Diabolical, a paranormal thriller in the same vein as that most famous of paranormal thri...

Stung

Stung is Genuinely Frightening [Frightfest 2015 Review]

It’s been quite a while since we’ve had a decent (read: scary) creature feature, never mind one that isn’t reliant on Z-list celebrity cameos or purposefully terrible VFX to carry it...

Frightfest 2015 Review: Cherry Tree

The curse of the Irish horror movie continues with Cherry Tree, a movie that was demonstrably filmed on the Emerald Isle but that inexplicably relocates the action to the UK. And almost everybody̵...

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Tales Of Halloween [Frightfest 2015 Review]

Anthologies have enjoyed a bit of a revival as of late, from the V/H/S series to The ABCs Of Death. Into the fray is thrust Tales Of Halloween, a collection of ten shorts about the titular holiday tha...

The Gift Is The Scariest Surprise Of The Summer [Review]

The trailer for The Gift either completely sucks, or is the cleverest marketing strategy for a horror movie in years. It presents this, the debut feature from writer-director-star Joel Edgerton, as no...

The Vatican Tapes [Advance Review]

Aside from eschewing the usual found footage format usually utilised by those pushing an exorcism-themed flick upon us, The Vatican Tapes seems, on paper, like yet another exercise in extreme boredom/...