The Wretched

The Wretched – Review

The Wretched is an indie horror from writer-directors Brett and Drew T. Pierce that dives into the supernatural events that take place during a summer. Set in a picturesque coastal town, rebellious teenager,...
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Fantasy Island – Review

Fantasy Island centres around five people: Gwen, Melanie, Patrick, and brothers Brax and J.D., all of whom have won a contest to stay on Fantasy Island. They are enticed to stay by the man who runs the...

Ghost Stories – Review

Based on the Olivier Award-nominated play, Ghost Stories is at once an old-fashioned British horror flick and yet very much not what you expect. The premise sees professional debunker Professor Phillip Goodman...
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Planetarium – LFF 2016 Review

Planetarium is a film that leaves the audience doing a lot of guessing. Two American sisters, Laura and Kate Barlow (Natalie Portman and Lily-Rose Depp), are working as mediums in Paris and are employed by...
The Messenger Final

The Messenger – Review

The idea that we can receive one final message from dead loved ones is appealing to us as humans, and is interestingly played upon through flashbacks interspersed throughout the narrative, demonstrating how...

Dracula Untold – Review

Toying with the opposing forces of magnificence and mediocrity, Dracula Untold has moments of cinematic gold and cliché in abundance. With the former, there's evidence of Shore's debutant nerves. Through...

Oculus – Review

Don't be fooled by its lo-fi roots – a single-setting chamber horror with a haunted rococo mirror as the villain of the piece – Mike Flanagan's Oculus does more to a familiar premise than most...