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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.

Mayhem Film Festival reveals full line-up for 13th edition

Mayhem Film Festival is proud to announce the full line-up of its 2017 edition (see attached and below), which will take place at Broadway,...

Frightfest 2017: Where the Skin Lies Review: Dir. Michaël Boucherie

Where the Skin Lies Review: Tattoos become deadly in first-time director Michaël Boucherie's Frightfest offering, Where the Skin Lies. Where the Skin Lies screened at Frightfest...

Home Entertainment Review: Inconceivable

Director: Jonathan Baker. Starring: Nicky Whelan, Gina Gershon, Nicolas Cage. Angela (Gina Gershon) and Brian (Nicolas Cage) are a very successful power couple who have it...

Frightfest 2017: Alone Review: Dir. David Moreau

Alone: A group of children wake up to find the world around them empty, except for one stranger who wants them dead. Alone, or Seuls as it is...

Frightfest 2017: Jackals Review: Dir. Kevin Greutert

Jackals Review: A cult de-programming goes horribly wrong in eighties-set home invasion thriller, Jackals. An estranged family reunite in their cabin in the woods. They...

Frightfest 2017: Canaries Review: Dir. Peter Stray

Canaries Review: Wales gets taken over by aliens wearing raincoats in this bizarre sci-fi, horror comedy. Steve Denis (Craig Russell, who also produces the film)...

Frightfest 2017: Better Watch Out Review: Dir. Chris Peckover

Better Watch Out Review: Christmas gets crazy for one unlucky babysitter in this taut and twisted thriller. Ashley (Olivia DeJonge) should be packing for her...

Frightfest 2017: Meatball Machine Koduko Review: Dir. Yoshihiro Nishimura

Meatball Machine Koduko Review: The sequel to cult smash Meatball Machine arrives just in time for Frightfest. Meatball Machine Koduko closes down the Frightfest Discovery...

Frightfest 2017: The Terror of Hallow’s Eve Review: Dir. Todd Tucker

The Terror of Hallow's Eve: Old school eighties horror makes a return in Terror of Hallow's Eve, a story of a bullied young man...

Frightfest 2017: The Villainess Review: Dir. Byung-gil Jung

The Villainess Review: One women goes on a bone-crunching rampage, and takes us along for the ride, in this South Korean action gem. The Villainess,...