FRIGHTFEST 2015 TRAILERS, PT 4: S-Z

And our final batch of trailers for this year’s FrightFest London: The Sand (dir. Isaac Gabaeff) No trailer. Scherzo Diabolico (dir. Adrián García Bogliano) No trailer. The Shelter (dir. John Fallon) Slumlord (dir. Victor Zarcoff) Some Kind Of Hate (dir. Adam Egypt Mortimer) Stung (dir. Benni Diez) Summer Camp (dir. Alberto Marini) Sun Choke (dir. Ben Cresciman) Suspension (dir. Jeffrey Scott Lando) Tales Of Halloween […]

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FRIGHTFEST 2015 TRAILERS, PT 2: E-J

The second batch of trailers for this year’s FrightFest line-up: Emelie (dir. Michael Thelin) The Entity (dir. Eduardo Schuldt) No trailer. Estranged (dir. Adam Levins) Farhope Tower (dir. April Mullen) No trailer. Final Girl (dir. Tyler Shields) Frankenstein (dir. Bernard Rose) No trailer. Futureshock: The Story of 2000 AD (dir. Paul Goodwin) Goddess of Love (dir. Jon Knautz) The Hallow (dir. Corin Hardy) No […]

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FRIGHTFEST 2015 TRAILERS, PT 1: #-D

A little behind schedule here, sorry! A few weeks back saw the announcement of FrightFest 2015’s lineup. Along with FrightFest traditions of wonderfully wacky artwork by Graham Humphries, overly convoluted website, and dysfunctional online ticket selling, this year’s themes seem to be: Big Scary Remote Mansions “Hey, it’s that actor from Game of Thrones!” Soundtracks that […]

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REVIEW: THE SEVENTH FIRE

At the sad, lonely centre of Jack Pettibone Riccobono’s The Seventh Fire is loss – loss of family, loss of identity, culture and language, loss of will, and, ultimately, loss of freedom. Life in Pine Point Village of White Earth, a remote Minnesotan reservation, isn’t easy. Boredom and a lack of opportunity takes a told on […]

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