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Short Film Review: Sleep Tight

The eighties are back (again)! It seems that no matter how many films we get which are set in the not-so-distant past, it is apparently not enough! I reckon most horror aficionados love a good film inspired by this era, … Continue reading

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Film Review: The Invisible Man

Leigh Whannell’s latest film, The Invisible Man, a re-imagining of H. G. Wells’ 1897 novel, debuted this weekend in cinemas and spoiler: it’s good! We open with Cecilia Kass, played brilliantly by Elisabeth Moss, who has managed to run away … Continue reading

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5 2020 Films Directed By Women In Horror

Another year and another Women in Horror Month is upon us! February is a month to celebrate the ever-present role of women in horror, be it as actresses, writers, directors, make-up artists, set designers, costume designers, or even spectators. Each … Continue reading

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My Top 2020 Horror Films

Good news horror hounds… this new year is looking good for horror films! Well, on paper anyway… I’m sure that we’ll be served up some disappointments! In this article, I’ll be writing about what I’m most looking forward to watching, … Continue reading

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LHF Review: Edred, The Vampyre

Oh, Edred – the vampyre that had sex with Shakespeare but did not bite him; the vampyre that likes garlic and that loves the sunshine. What else is there to say? Edred, the Vampyre played last week as part of … Continue reading

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