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FILM REVIEW: THE TATTOOIST

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Can a film illicit a reaction in less than 90 seconds? I’m not talking about a particular scene or anything like that, but an entire story done in less than 90 seconds? When I initially watched The Tattooist, I thought … Continue reading

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FILM REVIEW: DEAD WOODS

Although Dead Woods is an amateur work, Dean Nicholls has the right tools to make good horror films. When attempting to create a short film, a filmmaker finds themselves with a problem: how to tell a story in three minutes? … Continue reading

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WiHM – FILM REVIEW: I WANT YOU INSIDE ME

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To celebrate Women in Horror Month (WiHM), I watched Alice Schindelar’s short film, I Want You Inside Me. I feel like it came straight from the last line of Sylvia Plath’s ‘Lazy Lazarus’: “Out of the ash I rise with my … Continue reading

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FILM REVIEW: TRANSMISSION

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Welcome to Britannia. Together We Stand Alone Transmission is a new short written and directed by Varun Raman & Tom Hancock, a writing and directing duo from Bristol. It follows protagonist, Leonard (Michael Shon) who is being held hostage in … Continue reading

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Film Review: The Clown Attacks, The Ex, Toll Booth

Nothing gets our blood pumping more on a beautiful, sunny Sunday than the prospect of sitting in a dark cinema watching some grizzly goings-on.  Which was why we were delighted to accept an invitation to check out a showcase of … Continue reading

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