Mayhem Film Festival 2018: Festival Round-Up Champions of cinema

I love discovering great films; I love telling people about what I’ve seen, what they should look out for. And

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‘The Devil’s Doorway’ | Second Opinion Door to nowhere.

This review of The Devil’s Doorway is a second opinion. You can check out an alternate perspective by clicking these

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Jumping The Jump Scare The Problem With Modern Horror Films

How many of your favourite horror films rely on the jump scare? I suspect that many of what we consider

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Episode 128 | Suspiria (1977) and Euro Horror Movies That creepy voice.

As well as discussing the original Suspiria, we do our weekly “Our Dumb Industry” – topics this week debate Keira Knightley bans some

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‘It Follows’ | Film Review The dangers of unprotected sex

It Follows took a fresh new take on the horror genre when it came out in 2014, looking at sexually

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‘Frailty’ | Film Review Have a little faith in me

Not all serial killers are bad people. Some of them are family men. When you can get your kids involved,

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‘Hell House LLC II: The Abaddon Hotel’ | Film Review Don't check in.

When I discovered an interest in found footage films a year or so ago, rumour told me that Stephen Cognetti’s Hell

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Revisiting ‘Ghostwatch’ Grabbed by the ghoulies

As October draws to a close we start the inevitable slide to Halloween, the spookiest day of the year. I’ve

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‘1920’ | Film Review Get out of my wife, get out of my country

1920 is the story of a young architect, Arjun (Rajneesh Duggal), who moves to an old stately home to measure

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‘Don’t Breathe’ (2016) | Film Review Don't turn a blind eye.

Don’t Breathe is a chilling venture into the world of a blind marine veteran; a world of complete darkness. After its

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‘One Cut Of The Dead’ (‘Kamera o tomeru na!’) | Mayhem Film Review Go in blind...

When Steven Sheil and Chris Cooke introduced One Cut of the Dead as Saturday dawned at Mayhem Film Festival, they

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The Real Psycho Exploring the true story behind Hitchcock's Psycho

Until 1960, Alfred Hitchcock was known for his big-budget suspense thrillers. This was the man who had brought us North

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‘The Super’ (2017) | Film Review Val Kill-mer.

From Director Stephan Rick (The Dark Side of the Moon) and writer John J McLaughlin (Black Swan and Hitchcock) comes

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‘A Dark Song’ (2017) | Film Review Paint it black.

Writer-director Liam Gavin’s feature-length debut, A Dark Song, is what I expected it to be and not at all predictable. It’s

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‘The Hills Have Eyes’ (1977) | Film Review Every step you take, I'll be watching you

Following The Last House on the Left, his shocking gore-fest of a debut, Wes Craven decided to never make another horror

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‘A Girl Walks Home Alone At Night’ | Film Review Dancing with myself.

Ana Lily Amirpour’s Persian-language directorial debut, follows The Girl (Sheila Vand), a lonely vampire who haunts the streets of Bad

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‘Eden Lake’ | Film Review In the country.

Ten years ago, this gritty and muddy British horror was released and the impact of the story is still as

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‘Event Horizon’ | Film Review Hellraiser in space.

It’s often a tricky one to pull off, but the horror/sci-fi mash-up can be hugely enjoyable when done properly. In

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‘Eyes of Laura Mars’ | Film Review See no evil.

It might surprise a few of you out there to know that the storyline for late 70’s slasher Eyes Of

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