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Alex Humphrey

Alex studied film at the University of Kent and went on to work for Universal Pictures in their Post Room gaining an inside look at the movie industry from the very bottom. Constantly writing reviews in everything from local magazines to Hip Hop sites Alex honed his critical skills even spending a brief period as a restaurant critic. Read more

The Woman with Leopard Shoes (2020) Review

Producing a unique piece of cinema is something that has become harder and harder these days. With film making starting in the 1820’s and the first feature wowing viewers around 1906 it’s no surprise that audiences feel they have seen it all before which is why it’s so much more impressive when a film like […]Read More

Five FrightFest Facts From Cody Calahan director of Vicious Fun

The Arrow Video FrightFest Glasgow is back to present a six-pack of tasty titles; an extravaganza of the dark arts that will leave you stirred, shaken and shocked. The FrightFest titles will be available to view between 5th and 9th March on the online platform Glasgow Film At Home https://athome.glasgowfilm.org/. Want to know more about […]Read More

Five FrightFest Facts From Alexis Bruchon writer and director of

The Arrow Video FrightFest Glasgow is back to present a six-pack of tasty titles; an extravaganza of the dark arts that will leave you stirred, shaken and shocked. The FrightFest titles will be available to view between 5th and 9th March on the online platform Glasgow Film At Home https://athome.glasgowfilm.org/. Want to know more about […]Read More

Mindwarp (1991) Review

In Rodney Ascher’s brilliant and mind blowing new documentary A Glitch in the Matrix he delves deep into the theory of simulated reality, a concept that nothing in this world is real and our consciousnesses are all trapped in a computer simulation.Read More

Five FrightFest Facts From Christopher Alender director of The Old

The Arrow Video FrightFest Glasgow is back to present a six-pack of tasty titles; an extravaganza of the dark arts that will leave you stirred, shaken and shocked. The FrightFest titles will be available to view between 5th and 9th March on the online platform Glasgow Film At Home https://athome.glasgowfilm.org/. Want to know more about […]Read More