Category Archives: Review

FILM REVIEW: SUSPIRIA

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Let’s get one thing out of the way — this is not about Dario Argento’s Suspiria. I’ll admit it’s hard to dispel the looming shadow of Argento’s film, with its stylistic colour palette, the wonderful, bloody set pieces, and the … Continue reading

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Ghostwatch: An underrated gem

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Stop me if you’ve heard about this one. A single mother with two daughters, both of whom are claiming that their house is haunted by an insidious entity. Paranormal investigators visit to figure out the truth. Oh. And it’s all … Continue reading

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FILM REVIEW: CAM

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Cam is one of Netflix’s newest acquisitions. A 94-minute thrill ride directed by Daniel Goldhaber that has Madeline Brewer in the leading role as Alice/Lola. Alice is an ambitious woman who works as a sex performer on the website ‘Free … Continue reading

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TV REVIEW: CHILLING ADVENTURES OF SABRINA

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Netflix’s dark reimagining Chilling Adventures of Sabrina will raise some eyebrows (as well as some pulses given the gruesome side of the show) among fans of the original. The mere mention of Sabrina the Teenage Witch to a person of … Continue reading

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FILM REVIEW: THE DOLLMAKER

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Small miracles come with big consequences The Dollmaker is a new horror short from director, Al Lougher and written by Matias Caruso. It follows a young couple who lose their five-year-old son, Tim. In heartbreak and desperation, they contact the Dollmaker, who … Continue reading

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