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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.

Frightfest 2018: ‘Dementia: Part II’ Review: Dirs. Matt Mercer & Mike...

Dementia: Part II review: A rather quirky tale of a handyman whose latest client may very well end up being his last. Dementia: Part II review by...

Frightfest 2018: ‘What Keeps You Alive’ Review: Dir. Colin Minihan (2018)

What Keeps You Alive review: A relationship turns nasty whilst on holiday in the latest team-up of Brittany Allen and director Colin Minihan. What Keeps...

Frightfest 2018: ‘The Devil’s Doorway’ Review: Aislinn Clarke (2018)

The Devil's Doorway review: Found footage gets a retro downgrade in this chilling tale of a very bad Magdalene Laundry. The Devil's Doorway review by...

Frightfest 2018: ‘Chuck Steel: Night of the Trampires’ Review: Dir. Mike...

Chuck Steel: Night of the Trampires review: Everyone's favourite claymation cop with attitude returns to entertain Frightfest audiences once more. Chuck Steel: Night of the...

Frightfest 2018: ‘Ctrl’ Review: Harry Lindley (2018)

Ctrl review: Best to brush up on your philosophy for the latest New Blood Frightfest entry. Ctrl review by Kat Hughes. A recent new fixture of...

Frightfest 2018: ‘The Tokoloshe’ Review: Dir. Jerome Pikwane (2018)

The Tokoloshe review: South Africa drums up some genuine scares in this tale of a supernatural predator. The Tokoloshe review by Kat Hughes. Directed by Jerome...

Frightfest 2018: ‘Ravers’ Review: Dir. Bernhard Pucher (2018)

Ravers review: The drugs are very, very bad in this zany horror comedy. Ravers review by Kat Hughes. Massive germophobe Becky (Georgia Hirst) wants to be...

Frightfest 2018: ‘Incident In A Ghostland’ Review: Dir. Pascal Laugier (2018)

Incident in a Ghostland review: Pascal Laugier has a new horror film that he hopes will keep you up all night. Incident in a Ghostland ...

Frightfest 2018: ‘Boar’ Review: Dir. Chris Sun (2018)

Boar Review: Prepare for gore galore in this Aussie creature feature. Boar review by Kat Hughes.  Frightfest wouldn't be Frightfest without it's annual creature feature. Previous...

Frightfest 2018: ‘Dead Night’ Review: Dir. Brad Baruh (2018)

Dead Night Review: Barbara Crampton embraces her inner dark side in this slightly confused story. Dead Night review by Kat Hughes. It honestly wouldn't be Frightfest...