FrightFest 2019: Daniel Isn't Real - Review

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FrightFest 2019: Daniel Isn't Real - Review

A thoughtful horror film that could stand on its thrills alone.

2019-08-27 17:14:13By Team Zavvi

FrightFest 2019: Depraved - Review

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FrightFest 2019: Depraved - Review

Depraved may be a modern retelling of a familiar story, but it is intelligent and creative enough to make it feel new.

2019-08-27 16:27:18By Team Zavvi

FrightFest 2019: Here Comes Hell - Review

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FrightFest 2019: Here Comes Hell - Review

Here Comes Hell is a non-stop joyride of splattery fun, if you can get past the dour opening quarter.

2019-08-26 22:32:30By Team Zavvi

FrightFest 2019: I Trapped The Devil - Review

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FrightFest 2019: I Trapped The Devil - Review

I Trapped The Devil is a tense three room, Christmas time chiller, drawn out into a suspenseful and stylish hour and a half picture from director Josh Lobo.

2019-08-26 16:54:58By Team Zavvi

FrightFest 2019: The Furies - Review

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FrightFest 2019: The Furies - Review

Australian independent horror flick, The Furies, has plenty of gore and masks, but is low on scares and originality.

2019-08-26 14:17:09By Team Zavvi

FrightFest 2019: Feedback - Review

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FrightFest 2019: Feedback - Review

Bloody, gory, nasty and politically aware, Feedback is a horror film with something important to say about our modern society.

2019-08-26 12:35:00By Team Zavvi

FrightFest 2019: Extracurricular - Review

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FrightFest 2019: Extracurricular - Review

The director is clearly a competent horror film maker with a love for the slasher genre, but needs tighter script editing and supervision to create the vision he truly wants to bring to the .

2019-08-26 12:00:23By Team Zavvi

FrightFest 2019: The Wind - Review

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FrightFest 2019: The Wind - Review

The first singular directorial effort from Emma Tammi, The Wind is a female focused horror/western hybrid which tackles challenging ideas in an ambitious and exciting manner.

2019-08-26 11:38:43By Team Zavvi

FrightFest 2019: Come To Daddy - Review

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FrightFest 2019: Come To Daddy - Review

Gory, goofy and gross, Come To Daddy is a demented black comedy/horror film which starts strong but loses its way during its unhinged, gruesome climax.

2019-08-23 12:42:35By Tom Percival

Top Five Films To See At Arrow Video FrightFest 2019

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Top Five Films To See At Arrow Video FrightFest 2019

Arrow Video FrightFest is back and this year it is bigger, bolder and bloodier then ever.

2019-07-04 13:56:51By Emily Murray