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Grimmfest 2017: Trench 11 Review: Dir. Leo Schurman (2017)

Trench 11 Review: A shell-shocked WWI tunneller finds himself face to face with a dastardly German experiment in this entertaining horror. Trench 11 review by...

Grimmfest 2017: Tag Review: Dir. Sion Sono

Tag Review: A girl's life cascades into chaos as everyone around her suffers a gruesome fate in Sion Sono's latest film venture. Tag review by Luke...

Grimmfest 2017: Poor Agnes Review: Dir. Navin Ramaswaran

Poor Agnes Review: A young serial killer finds herself falling for her latest would-be victim in this twisted thriller. Poor Agnes review by Kat Hughes. If...

Grimmfest 2017: Habit Review: Dir. Simeon Halligan (2017)

Habit Review: A young man finds himself drawn into Manchester's dangerous criminal underworld in Habit, the film which opens this year's Grimmfest. Habit review by...

Grimmfest 2017: Four Films Not To Miss

It's October, Halloween is fast approaching, and the horror genre festivals are out in force. Kicking the month of monsters off in style is...

Frightfest 2017: Better Watch Out Review: Dir. Chris Peckover

Better Watch Out Review: Christmas gets crazy for one unlucky babysitter in this taut and twisted thriller. Ashley (Olivia DeJonge) should be packing for her...

FrightFest 2017 ‘Still/Born’ Review: Dir. Brandon Christensen

Still / Born: A woman start to mentally unwind as someone or something takes an interest in her newborn child. From the off, there is...

Frightfest 2017: Double Date Review: Dir. Benjamin Barfoot

Double Date Review: Two friends find themselves at the mercy of two deadly femme-fatales in the maddeningly fun Double Date. Earlier this year, moviegoers were...

Frightfest 2017: Killing Ground Review: Dir. Damien Power

Killing Ground Review: A young couple's relaxing camping trip is destroyed when they stumble across a terrible and dangerous secret. Just when you think Australia...

Frightfest 2017: Ruin Me Review: Dir. Preston DeFrancis

Ruin Me Review: A horror film experience starts to amass an actual body count in this nifty horror thriller. Alex (Marcienne Dwyer) does not like...