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Kat Hughes

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Kat has had a love of films for as long as she can remember. She was brought up on a solid diet of Gremlins, Labyrinth, Terminator (1 and 2) and the Alien franchise meaning she isn't your 'typical' girl.

‘Us’ Review: Dir. Jordan Peele (2019)

Us review: Two years after wowing audiences with the fantastic Get Out, Jordan Peele returns with something far more dastardly and sinister. Now an Academy Award-winning...

Director Larry Fessenden On Resurrecting Frankenstein For New Film ‘Depraved’

Larry Fessenden is one of the hardest working men in genre cinema. He runs his own production company Glass Eye Pix which has produced...

‘Depraved’ Review: Dir. Larry Fessenden (2019)

Depraved Review: Mary Shelley's Frankenstein gets a modern day cinematic retelling in Larry Fessenden's latest movie Depraved. Filmed during the bicentenary of Mary Shelley's classic...

Ten Things You Never Knew About ‘Bill And Ted’s Excellent Adventure’

He'll be back on our screens in May, but one of Keanu Reeves' earlier films has a very important Birthday this year. Can you...

Interview: ‘Hole In The Ground’ Director Lee Cronin Talks Phobias,...

New Irish set-and-made movie, The Hole in the Ground, is currently out in cinemas, scaring up the masses. It stars Seána Kerslake as single-mother...

‘The Hoard’ Review: Dirs. Jesse Thomas Cooke & Matt Wiele (2019)

The Hoard review: Frightfest Glasgow comes to a close with a mockumentary comedy horror (heavy emphasis on the comedy) about a hoarder whose houses...

‘Freaks’ Review: Dirs. Zach Lipovsky & Adam B. Stein (2019)

Freaks review: Emile Hirsch returns to the science-fiction genre as an over protective father who must save his daughter from the horrors of the...

‘The Witch Part 1 – The Subversion’ Review: Dir. Park Hoon-jung...

The Witch: Part 1 - The Subversion review: Prepare to witness some of the best fight-work in recent cinema years in this South Korean offering.  The...

‘Finale’ Review: Dir. Søren Juul Petersen (2019)

Finale review: A psychology student finds herself the unwilling main star of a devious and deranged stage show. 'The following deals with the boundaries of...

‘The Siren’ Review: Dir. Perry Blackshear (2019)

The Siren review: The team behind They Look Like People return with their signature mix of dark and emotional thriller. In 2015, writer and director Perry Blackshear debuted...