Abertoir’s weekend line-up was jam-packed with an array of eclectic events and films which rounded off 2018’s festival in style! Sean S. Cunningham provided a filmmaking masterclass accessible for the Aberystwyth University’s film students, enthusiastic budding filmmakers and Abertoir’s attendees. There was a screening of his documentary surrounding hospice care titled, “The Nurse with the […]
Proudly Presented in two-dimension, Camp Death III in 2D is the non-sequel, slasher parody from Canadian filmmaker, Matt Frame. The project which is an all-out spoof of Friday the 13th: Part III (3D) began development through a crowdfunding campaign back in 2014 and four years later, Frame delivers the gags and gore in abundance in […]
Canadian Film Collective RKSS’s (François Simard, Anouk Whissell and Yoann-Karl Whissell), Summer of ’84 proved to be a popular entry on the UK festival circuit throughout 2018. With its comparisons to Stranger Things despite the film rumoured to have been in production first, the adolescent thriller carved itself an instantaneous appeal to genre audiences and […]
From Roller Disco Massacre and the executive producer of Final Destination, comes The Night Sitter, a horror comedy that offers up festive frights and spellbinding scares. Think Dario Argento’s Inferno (1980) meets Hocus Pocus (1993) with a pinch of Better Watch Out (2017) and Netflix favourite, The Babysitter (2017) all boiled into a cauldron, and […]
Contains Some Spoilers Hannah Arterton stars as Bobbi, a controversial new author set to start work on her already onerous second novel. Having broken new ground with her debut and unintentionally courting mass hysteria, the normally stoic young woman gives in, abandoning her typewriter for a highly intelligent, sophisticated piece of editing software.