As I have said I have said a ton of times on this website horror comedies are hard. Many times they end up being neither comedic or horrible but sometimes you find the perfect blend and Night of the Creeps is that movie plus even better it’s from the 80’s!
‘There are 5 laws to create something from nothing’ is the tagline for UK director Harry Lindley’s debut feature film, technological horror/sci-fi hybrid, CTRL. Lex (Saabeah Theos) and her long-suffering boyfriend, Dru (Hainsley Lloyd Bennett) pay her reclusive brother, Leo (Julian Mack) a long overdue visit at his luxurious South London apartment.
Whether on the big or small screen, British science-fiction has always had its own distinct flavor. Often hampered by smaller budgets than their Hollywood counterparts, Brit sci-fi movies rely on big ideas to create fantastic stories and push the genre in exciting new directions.
A strange addition to the FrightFest line up in 2017 Alone or Seuls to give it its original French title is a Teen Sci-Fi adapted from the comic by Bruno Gazzotti and Fabien Vehlmann where a bunch of misfit kids awake in a world where everyone but them has strangely disappeared.