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EIFF 2018Festival Coverage

Piercing – EIFF 2018 Review

Back in 2016 Nicolas Pesce wowed with his dark debut The Eyes of My Mother, now, two years later, he follows up with quirky

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Scream Park DVD

Cary Hill’s debut film Scream Park belongs to the outer rings of straight-to-DVD Hell, its cardinal sin? Being dull as dishwater and twice as disposable. True, the film comes from a band of amateurs funded via Kickstarter, but a lack of budget doesn’t quite account for the systemic issues with Hill’s low-key slasher.

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The Last Shift – Blu-Ray

Anthony DiBlasi’s latest offering is the Assault on Precinct 13-inspired Last Shift, a relatively solid excursion into supernatural territory with some great scares up its sleeve and some nice references on its mind.

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The Town That Dreaded Sundown – Blu-Ray Review

Alfonzo Gomez-Rejon’s 2014 remake of Charles B. Pierce’s cult classic The Town That Dreaded Sundown is a surprisingly entertaining revisit around a new set of murders sixty-five years after the original Texarkana Moonlight Murders.

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Dark Tourist

Dark Tourist opens with a man sitting in a shady apartment, cracking and salting a boiled egg, then smoking a cigarette with

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Treehouse – DVD Review

Even if it feels like an episode of X-Files and looks like it was shot by the Home and Away team, Michael Bartlett’s Treehouse is

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Reaper

Philip Shih’s Reaper is, from the start, an over encumbered feature. There’s a kind of attention deficit that leaves its numerous

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Lesson of Evil – Blu-Ray Review

Japanese master of splat Takashi Miike has flirted with the dark and downright seedy since his debut in 1991. From there the

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You Are Not Alone – DVD Review

You Are Not Alone, written and directed by Mark Ezra (Slaughter High), follows screenwriter Matt and his musician

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Camp Dread – DVD Review

Harrison Smith impressed with his script for 2011’s The Fields, following on from that Camp Dread is his directorial debut.

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