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Frightfest Halloween 2018: ‘Reborn’ Review: Dir. Julian Richards (2018)

Reborn Review: A young girl seeks out her mother in this twisted Shelley-esque tale. A stillborn child is reanimated during an electrical storm in Julian...

The Line-Up of Arrow Video Frightfest’s Halloween Event Has Been Revealed

It seems like only yesterday we were camped at of Cineworld Leicester Square at Arrow Video Frightfest August event, and yet it’s already almost...

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...

Fantasia 2018: ‘Puppet Master: The Littlest Reich’ Review: Dirs....

Puppet Master: The Littlest Reich review: The eighties are back and in full swing in the latest blood-soaked tale of macabre puppetry. Puppet Master: The...

New For Halloween: Best New Scares On DVD

Tomorrow is Halloween, the annual event that sees children dress-up as the monsters they truly can be, and collect candy and chocolate from the...

Replace Interview with Barbara Crampton & Norbert Keil

Replace was a little independent sci-fi body horror that we discovered at this year's Fantasia International Film Festival. It's a quirky, mysterious and unusual...

Frightfest 2017: THN’s Festival Picks

Frightfest 2017: Kat Hughes gives a rundown on her top picks of what to watch at this week's Frightfest. This weekend London's Leicester Square will...

Fantasia 2017: Replace Review: Dir. Norbert Keil (2017)

Replace review: A young woman with a peculiar skin condition must replace her flesh with that of others in order to survive in this...

Frightfest 2017: Our Line-up Predictions

This Friday is a big day on the Frightfest calendar as it’s the day that they announce their festival line-up. The following day, weekend...

A new ‘Puppet Master’ movie is on the way…

Film in 1989 gave us Batman, The Little Mermaid and The Abyss. It also gave us the first in a long line of Puppet Master films. Released...