• Well, the first comment one must make with Hellscape is why in the hell has Sam Sorenson not made a feature film yet?! Hellscape is something you’ve seen before. What happens is all too predictable. A woman runs, she is captured… and an investigation unfolds, a priest talks about the meaning of God’s intentions. The […]
  • Iron Nest of the Moon is directed by a whole team of directors – and with this, you’d expect the styles to be distinctly different to the point that there was chaos to be had… luckily, this is not the case at all. There is plenty to love about this project, and one of its […]
  • Dramatic scoring notes ignite Green Height Point’s opening scenes… these are silent scenes, and it feels as if this is an almost 90’s thriller… the kind that is seedy, uncomfortable, and full of nostalgia experience. The ‘epic’ primitive cinematic language bursts in these opening scenes… and is quickly swapped with a strange eclectic variety of […]
  • With great visuals, Magda sweeps onto our screens with a faint and resonating awareness of sound textures of the exterior space, in which these characters are about to become trapped, and of course the eerie tones of the curse/game they are about to endure in the form of simple melodic hits. Like with most horror […]
  • The Shed opens with some lovely scene-setting moments: a darkly lit house, a wild wig, an axe… the film doesn’t waste any time introducing itself as a themed horror film, one which encapsulates the sense of a world already in a state of terror. And at its heart there is a very unique performance – […]
  • Death Screens is a fun and well-colored short film with a bold sense of genre – it almost recalls the Italian Giallo genre, with a strong lead performance from its young male actor (Landon Flory). The overall style of the edit is one of the strongest for short films – it is a clear idea […]
  • The instantly grabbing element of Oh Jeff! is actually a formalist one. This isn’t a side-by-side horror venture: there’s no guts, no run and gun, no horror show with screaming victims… but there is plenty of comical performance here, and a post-modern and very social contextual idea that surrounds the main structure of the film. […]
  • Oh boy. Where does one start? So, Red Pill is a kind of resort film gone wrong. But it is also more than that – this isn’t just your plain ‘horror’ troupe of the cabin in the woods meet-up film. It’s more kind of like The Handmaid’s Tale blended in an actual blender with political […]
  • William Stancik’s Red Hill Phantasia is barking mad. And that might actually be an understatement! – whacky woo there’s greenscreen galore in this… for the most part the effects are really low key, and personally, I’d actually suggest the team check out Red Giant, because applying one of their VHS effects might help bolster the […]
  • The Eve suffers from one very key unfortunate thing: it hasn’t aged well. The digitisation process, and the image quality with it, forces the audience to immediately feel as if they are witnessing something a little dated and out of sorts. However, this isn’t actually entirely true. The film is quite well designed, and carries […]

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