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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...

Interview with Double Date Director Benjamin Barfoot

We at The Hollywood News have been in love with the film Double Date since we caught it in Edinburgh. It tells the tale of...

Freehold Interview with Director Dominic Bridges & Actor Mim Shaikh

Freehold debuted at this summers Frightfest and was a film that took everyone completely by surprise. The film tells the simultaneous stories of estate...

Grimmfest 2017: Attack of the Adult Babies: Dir Dominic Brunt

Attack of the Adult Babies review: Emmerdale's Dominic Brunt steps behind the camera for film number three, but how does it fair? Attack of the...

Grimmfest 2017: Mohawk Review: Dir. Ted Geoghegan (2017)

Mohawk review: Ted Geoghegan delivers a new spin on the age old Cowboys and Indians story. Mohawk review by Kat Hughes. There was a time when...

Grimmfest 2017: M.F.A Review: Dir. Natalia Leite (2017)

M.F.A Review: See the birth of a star in this modern take on the rape-revenge thriller. M.F.A review by Kat Hughes. College can be a tough...

Grimmfest 2017: Dave Made a Maze Review: Dir. Bill Watterson (2017)

Dave Made a Maze review: A frustrated artist gets lost inside his cardboard fort in Dave Made a Maze, possibly the most original film...

Grimmfest 2017: Rabbit Review: Dir. Luke Shanahan (2017)

Rabbit Review: A women searches for her missing twin in this Kubrick-esque Australian horror. Rabbit review by Steve Palace, October 2017.   While you feel you may...

Grimmfest 2017: The Bride Review: Dir. Svyatoslav Podgayevskiy

The Bride Review: A young bride-to-be finds herself fighting for her life after an introduction to the future in-laws unearths a deadly curse. The Bride...

Grimmfest 2017: Fake Blood Review: Dir. Rob Grant (2017)

Fake Blood Review: Two filmmakers investigate the topic of violence in film and inadvertently find themselves mixed up with an unsavoury criminal in documentary...