FrightFest: All Cheerleaders Die review

Maddy (Caitlin Stasey) isn’t one of the popular clique, she’s more independent and perhaps a little too smart or individual to fit in with the more popular cheerleaders at her school, but when her childhood friend, Alexis (Felisha Cooper), dies in a gruesome cheerleading accident, and Alexis’ boyfriend moves on a little too quickly, she decides … Read more

Frightfest 2011: Five of the Best

FrightFest is probably my favourite film festival and it’s definitely five days in August that I now look forward to every year. This is in part down to the excellent organisation, the incredible atmosphere and the fellow film fans you get to spend the August Bank Holiday with but mostly it’s because the festival affords … Read more

Frightfest 2011 Horror Panel with Larry Fessenden, Ti West, Lucky McKee, Adam Green, Joe Lynch and Andrew van den Houten

Larry Fessenden When you make films you want to delight an audience and guys and gals in this audience are here for the thrills and I understand that that’s a role that horror plays. But I think with the advent of better technology you’re able to show more and more detailed gore and I just … Read more

The Woman Review

When Chris Cleek (Sean Bridges) is out on a hunting trip and stumbles across a feral woman living in the woods his immediate thought isn’t to help her or to inform the authorities, the first thing he does is spy on her. He watches her from afar with a deeply uncomfortable, for an audience, sexualized … Read more