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Short Horror Films Versus Features

Horror films are often harshly criticised by their audience. They’re not scary enough. The monster didn’t look real. “Oh look, their mobile phones aren’t working AGAIN!”. It seems that every trope presents another chance to declare that “horror films are … Continue reading

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Film Review: Ruin Me

Last month, hundreds of us descended upon the UK’s largest festival of horror, FrightFest, eagerly anticipating some of the best horror of 2017. Upon seeing the line up, I wrote about the five films that I was most excited to … Continue reading

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Frightfest 2017: The 5 Films I Can’t Wait To See

Frightfest - Hallows eve

Another year, another FrightFest. And, for me, possibly my last one… ever. You see, I am moving to Australia later this year and I had such a blast at last year’s FrightFest (my first ever) and at Glasgow in February … Continue reading

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Glasgow Frightfest: The 5 Films I Can’t Wait To See!

Last year I got to accomplish my dream of attending FrightFest in London. It was amazing — four days of meeting like-minded horror fans, enjoying film after film, glimpsing some of my idols and taking part in workshops. It was … Continue reading

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6 FrightFest Discovery Screens Picks for 2016

There are some amazing titles at this year’s FrightFest. As is the case every year, some will stand out more than others, and generally the main screens get it right — you will see the big ‘ones to watch‘ there. … Continue reading

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