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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.

‘For We Are Many’ Review: Dirs. Misc [Frightfest 2019]

For We Are Many review: Each year Arrow Video Frightfest hosts three short film showcases, but this year with For We Are Many, they sneak...

‘The Sonata’ Review: Dir. Andrew Desmond [Frightfest 2019]

The Sonata review: The late Rutger Hauer appears in one of his final roles as an obsessed composer in Gothic ghost story The Sonata.  Rose (Freya...

‘Bloodline’ Review: Dir. Henry Jacobson [Frightfest 2019]

Bloodline review: Seann William Scott destroys his happy-go-lucky Stifler persona with his turn as a chilling killer in Bloodline. Being a new parent can be hard,...

‘Master of Dark Shadows’ Review: Dir. David Gregory [Frightfest 2019]

Master of Dark Shadows review: It's time for a nostalgic look back at America's craziest soap opera with David Gregory's documentary. Modern audiences know Dark Shadows as...

‘The Magnificent Obsession of Michael Reeves’ Review: Dir. Dima Ballin [Frightfest...

The Magnificent Obsession of Michael Reeves review: The late Michael Reeves is the topic of the latest film from documentary filmmaker Dima Ballin. Michael Reeves is...

‘Bliss’ Review: Dir. Joe Begos [Frightfest 2019]

Bliss review: Psychotropic drugs and vampirism collide with a heavy, heavy metal score in the latest film from Joe Begos.  Dezzy (Dora Madison) is a wild...

‘Stalked’ Review: Dir. Justin Edgar [Frightfest 2019]

Stalked review: Secret military technology falls into the wrong hands as a serial killer takes ownership and begins to torment a desperate single mother.  Last year...

‘Eat Brains Love’ Review: Dir. Rodman Flender [Frightfest 2019]

Eat Brains Love review: Rodman Flender takes us back to the hey day of teen movies with the rather charming tale of teen zombies...

‘Spiral’ Review: Dir. Kurtis David Harder [Frightfest 2019]

Spiral review: Frightfest steps back to the nineties for ninety minutes of head-scratching mystery in Kurtis David Hader's second feature.  Over the last few years, the...

‘Volition’ Review: Dir Tony Dean Smith [Frightfest 2019]

Volition review: Prepare to get your mind scrambled in intriguing, multi-layered sci-fi Volition.  James (Adrian Glynn McMorran) is a young man with clairvoyant abilities. He makes...