Door Lock (Mayhem 2019) Review: Slow Start Becomes High Tension Home is my happy place

Door Lock is not a typical home invasion film, though that’s what I had been expecting from the description in

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The Gangster, the Cop, the Devil (Mayhem 2019) Review: Near-Perfect Serial Killer Thriller The enemy of my enemy…

The Gangster, The Cop, The Devil opens with what appears to be road-rage that viciously turns into manslaughter; however, one

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Sword Of God (Mayhem 2019) Review: Tough But Beautifully Made Historic Drama New In Town

Sword of God (that’s how it was advertised at Mayhem, though The Mute appeared on the screen) is set in

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The Pool (Mayhem 2019) Review: The Crocodile Movie Rocks Lucky escape

Ping Lumpraploeng’s The Pool has a very simple premise: a couple (young and beautiful, of course) find themselves unable to

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Daniel Isn’t Real (Mayhem 2019) Review: Psychological Or Supernatural Horror — Or Both? What is real anyway?

Daniel Isn’t Real is one of those very rare films that is virtually impossible to spoil: I could probably retell

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Harpoon (Grimmfest 2019) Review: Horror Comedy Return From Rob Grant Three's A Crowd

Harpoon is frankly a riot. Richard (Christopher Gray), his girlfriend Sasha (Emily Tyra), and his best mate Jonah (Munro Chambers)

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Dead Dicks Grimmfest 2019 Review: High Concept, Low Budget Winner Dead Again

Dead Dicks is not as flippant as the title suggests, not by a long way. To be honest, that’s pretty

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Little Monsters (Grimmfest 2019) Review: Not Just Another Rom-Zom-Com Kindergarten Chop

Little Monsters is about a zombie outbreak that just happens to kick off right next to a kids’ petting zoo.

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Extra Ordinary (Grimmfest 2019) Review: Endearing Supernatural Comedy From Ireland Never Wake A Floating Goat

I’ve just finished watching Extra Ordinary and struggling to know what to say beyond, well, that was bloody lovely! Full

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Darlin’ (Grimmfest 2019) Review: The Unnecessary Sequel To The Woman Sorry, No

Pollyanna McIntosh, who starred as the eponymous Woman in Lucky McKee’s 2011 film (and indeed the earlier Offspring), has written

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