Tag Archives: indie horror film



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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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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Horror at Raindance Film Festival

Raindance Film Festival Horror Films

This year, the Raindance Film Festival celebrates its 25th Anniversary.  As the UK’s largest independent film festival, we’re always keen to check out the line up to see what horror delights might be in store for us. Running between 20th September … Continue reading

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Introducing: Perpetual

Eagle-eyed readers might remember our review on the fabulous Charismata, a soon-to-be-released British indie horror by Andy Collier and Tor Mian.  Well, it seems that these two like being busy, as they’re about to enter pre-production on their next film … Continue reading

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Film Review: Charismata

London-based indie horror filmmakers Andy Collier & Tor Mian have released the brilliantly unsettling trailer for their feature Charismata, which looks the impact of female oppression in the world of a Satanic murder case. Our very own Seema Chohan was lucky enough to … Continue reading

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