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Short Film Review: Keep Mum

Writer / Director Luana Di Pasquale serves up a compact, clever and haunting little tale with Keep Mum. This psychological piece applies the adage of ‘less is more’ perfectly, and results in a fantastic example of British indie horror done … Continue reading

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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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Short Film Review: House Of Lexi

Confusion and misdirection are as sharp an instrument in the horror director’s tool bag as any other, more dizzying and memorable than another severed limb or gory-gutting by an enraged serial killer. The ability to make us doubt the world … Continue reading

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Short Film Review: Cleaner

Three simple rules, with a dark history behind them in the short film, Cleaner, in which a maid/cleaner comes to service an empty house with a sinister past. Or is it present? Stay out of the closed rooms. Never answer … Continue reading

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Short Film Review: Hard To Kill

Have you ever imagined what the lovechild of The Mighty Boosh and The Evil Dead would look like? No, neither have I — but I think it would resemble Hard to Kill, a short film from James Iles and Alastair … Continue reading

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