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The latest film and movie reviews. Every single release will be critiqued and rated here at The Hollywood News.

Frightfest 2016: ‘Pet’ review

Pet Review: A deliciously dark thriller that plays with the viewer for the duration. Kat Hughes' Pet review, FrightFest 2016. Dominic Monaghan is Seth, a mild-mannered man who works at the local dog pound. A perpetual loner, Seth struggles to fit...

Frightfest 2016: ‘Lost Solace’ Review

Lost Solace review: Features high levels of well-orchestrated, nail biting tension. Lost Solace review by Awais Irfan at Frightfest, 2016. Frightfest is underway now, and one of the many films looking to make an impression was sci-fi thriller Lost Solace. The...

Frightfest 2016: ‘Ibiza Undead’ review

Ibiza Undead review: Inbetweeners meets Shaun of the Dead. Ibiza Undead review, Kat Hughes, Frightfest 2016. If Frightfest had it's own version of Chinese New Year, 2016 would definitely be the year of the zombie. This year's line-up is jam-packed with reanimated corpses all...

Frightfest 2016: ‘Enclosure’ review

Enclosure review: A strong addition to the single situation horror film. Enclosure review by Kat Hughes, FrightFest 2016. Married couple Dana (Fiona Dourif) and Charles (Kevin Ryan) are at a crossroad in their lives. Charles has recently quit his job as a paramedic to...

Frightfest 2016: ‘Francesca’ Review

Francesca review: Should be admired for knowing exactly what it wants to be and how to achieve it. Francesca review, Kat Hughes, Frightfest 2016. Francesca is director Luciano Onetti’s attempt to resurrect 1970s Italian horror, warts and all. Lots of warts....

Frightfest 2016: ‘From A House On Willow Street’ review

From A House On Willow Street review: A fresh take on a story we've seen countless times before. From A House On Willow Street review, Kat Hughes, Frightfest 2016 Bad types Hazel (Sharni Vinson), Mark (Zino Ventura), Ade (Steven John Ward)...

Frightfest 2016: ‘Let Her Out’ review

Let Her Out review: A worthwhile effort, though an uneasy watch. Let Her Out review by Luke Ryan Baldock, August 2016. Let Her Out joins a long list of horror films where an interesting condition, in this case vanishing twin syndrome, has been...

Frightfest 2016: ‘My Father Die’ review

My Father Die opened this year's Horror Channel Frightfest event and certainly started proceedings off with a bang. Young teen Asher idolises his older brother Chester. The pair are inseparable, Chester happily teaching his younger brother everything he knows...
Cell review

Frightfest 2016: ‘Cell’ review

Cell review: The adaptation of Stephen King's 2006 novel, but should you answer the call? Cell review by Paul Heath, August 2016. Cell finally makes it to cinemas after what feels like forever in trying to adapt Stephen King's well-liked novel...

‘Kids In Love’ review: “A decent drama with a relaxed vibe…”

Kids In Love review: Will Poulter leads the cast of this easy going, coming-of-age drama from director Chris Foggin. Kids In Love review by Dan Bullock, August 2016. Kids In Love is an easy going, coming-of-age, London-based drama that takes us along...