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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.

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...

‘Giant Killer Ants’ Review: Dir. Rob Carlson (2019)

Giant Killer Ants review: Your favourite stars of the eighties and nineties return to the screen in the anarchist ant madness that is Giant...

‘Here Comes Hell’ Review: Dir. Jack McHenry (2019)

Here Comes Hell review: Evil Dead crash Downton Abbey in this first time feature that tries to tackle the tricky comedy horror genre. This August,...

‘The Dead Center’ Review: Dir. Billy Senese (2019)

The Dead Center review: A film that could be the perfect double-bill companion to The Autopsy of Jane Doe.  Shane Carruth, star and filmmaker behind Primer and Upstream Colour, leads The...

‘Level 16’ Review: Dir. Danishka Esterhazy (2019)

Level 16 review: Members of a female facility that teaches the values of feminine virtues begin to question the world around them in this...