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Lucy Buglass

http://lucygoestohollywood.com

Lucy Buglass is a Rotten Tomatoes approved critic and creator of film blog Lucy Goes to Hollywood. She recently joined the Love Horror team as a contributor in 2020 where she hopes to further share her passion for the genre. Her work can also be found on JumpCut Online and The Horrorcist, including coverage from festivals like FrightFest. She loves horror, thriller, true crime and anything that will make your skin crawl, but is also partial to a wholesome film if the mood takes her. When she's not watching or writing about spooky films, she finds light relief by clocking countless hours on video games like Animal Crossing: New Horizons and The Sims 4. You can follow Lucy on Twitter and Instagram.

Nuclear (2019) Review

Nuclear caught my interest immediately, with a synopsis featuring an ominous nuclear power plant and George MacKay on the cast list. After being blown away by his performance in 1917, I couldn’t wait to see him in the horror genre. In this film, he plays a nameless ‘boy’ who our protagonist meets after a traumatic event.Read More

Bloody Hell (2020) Review

Bloody Hell is a wild ride, with Rex (Ben O’Toole) finding himself in a very unfortunate situation straight off the bat. In the opening sequence we see him queuing up at the bank, only to be dramatically interrupted by a gang of masked robbers armed with guns. Admit the carnage, Rex finds himself able to […]Read More

The Brain That Wouldn’t Die (2020) Review

This revival of 1962 sci-fi horror The Brain That Wouldn’t Die explores the question “has science gone too far?”. After Dr. Bill Cortner (Patrick D. Green) loses his fiancee Jan Compton (Rachael Perrell Fosket) in a car crash, he revives her severed head in the hopes of finding her a new body. But Jan is […]Read More

Reunion (2020) Review

Horror films often explore real life themes such as family, grief, mental illness and much more. In Reunion, tensions are high from the very beginning as heavily pregnant Ellie (Emma Draper) reunites with her estranged mother Ivy (Julia Ormond) in her childhood home. It’s immediately obvious that their relationship is complex, as Ellie seems very […]Read More