Miracle Mile is a cinematic oddity. Although you may never have heard of it the film was legendary in Hollywood for 10 years and in 1983 American Film magazine named it on of the top ten unmade screenplays. Writer Steve De Jarnatt spent years trying to get it developed at various studios but he always […]
Striking from start to finish Norbert Keil’s Replace was one of the standout films from FrightFest 2017 blending beautiful haunting imagery with an intriguing plot that twists and turns its way around until all is finally revealed to the audience and the central character of Kira played brilliantly by Rebecca Forsythe.
Many times throughout history within art, science and all other human endeavors it has often been the case that the first time something is done it isn’t always the best time. One can picture the first cave man to create fire probably set alight his whole family and let’s not forget that penicillin, Velcro, the […]
Sharks are scary that’s a fact. Having only ever seen them in real life at a very safe distance behind massively reinforced glass at an aquarium I can still see why movie after movie has been made about these black eyed human hunting predators of the deep.
Directed by first-time Danish director, Thomas Jakobsen, The Unraveling is an immersive and visceral cinematic experience that captures one man’s relentless fight to survive two brutal forces at once: a mysterious killer in the woods and a ruthless heroin addiction.
When introducing his film Freehold at FrightFest this year, director and co-writer Dominic Bridges told the assembled audience it was about his “loathing of estate agents.” This struck a chord with many folks including myself having dealt with a procession of overpaid plonkers and loud mouthed liars over the years whenever it came to moving […]