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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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Introducing: Dark Journey

Ever wondered if moving to London from the US is a seamless transition?  So did first-time director James Walker.  Introducing: Dark Journey. James came up with the idea for this supernatural story whilst walking one evening in his local area of Hampstead, … Continue reading

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Film Review: Video Killer

Video Killer is a 74 minute film, written and directed by Richard Mansfield.  It tells the story of Amy, who receives a VHS tape and soon after realises that she is being stalked by a masked figure.  We go on … Continue reading

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