Monthly Archives: October 2014

Short Films for Halloween

Today is Halloween and to celebrate here are some spooky short films to creep you out! One Last Dive Written, Directed & Edited by Jason Eisener. This is one of my favourite short films. Really creepy wth great atmosphere. Lights … Continue reading

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Terry and Brenda

                      “You can’t choose your family, but you can choose your victims.” Terry and Brenda is a short film by Jamie Hooper who is also the co-founder of the award winning Fingercuff Productions. The short has been entered into some … Continue reading

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A look back at The Craft

                                 “Hail to the guardians of the watchtower of the East” I’ve always wanted to be Fairuza Balk. We need to get that out of the way first. From watching her in Return to Oz and The Worst Witch as … Continue reading

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The Babadook

                        If its in a word, or its in a look, you can’t get rid of The Babadook. Written and directed by Jennifer Kent The Babadook is an intelligent and deeply disturbing film. Amelia (played by Essie Davis) is a … Continue reading

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Deliver us from Evil

Deliver us from Evil is brought to you by Sinister director Scott Derrickson and sadly it’s a pretty bad film. It’s perfectly acceptable and even encouraged in horror to claim a story is based on a true story but while … Continue reading

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Tarantino has made a Mistake!

The New Beverly Cinema is now not only owned by Quentin Tarantino but now run by him and his team and by the looks of things this isn’t a good idea. This is Julia Marchese and she’s a pretty awesome … Continue reading

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Maps to the Stars

                 “On the forehead of my friends, on every hand held out, I write your name.” A dark and dreamlike view into the incestous nature of Hollywood,Maps to the Stars has been in development for 6 years and there were … Continue reading

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Life After Beth

Life after Beth has had some mixed reviews so far so I really wasn’t sure what to expect but aside from some issues I really quite enjoyed it. Life After Beth is the story of a girl, Beth played by … Continue reading

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Horns Review

Based on the novel by Joe Hill, Horns is the story of Ignatius or “Ig” to his friends, who, not long after the mysterious death of his girlfriend, starts growing horns. Large, curling devilish horns, they’re really quite impressive. With … Continue reading

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Wolf Review from the Last Night of Raindance Film Festival

A Dutch crime drama concerning kickboxing doesn’t sound like my cup of tea and to be fair it isn’t but this was the closing film of the Raindance Film Festival so watch it I would. Shot in black and white … Continue reading

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