REVIEW: Soundbite

Social Media has become such a huge presence in our lives. We use it daily, sometimes not even realising that we're actually doing so. How many times have we said "I'll have a quick scroll"? We receive and take in countless messages while online, even if it isn't our main focus. Addiction can be another... Continue Reading →

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A Review of Award Winning Zombie Short Film ‘Hope’

If you had to choose one sub-genre within horror that would be inclined to have cliches, then you wouldn't be alone in choosing Zombies. After all, they have become so popular that they have appeared across all different mediums. However, the problem is, they usually follow the basic formula of a person/group trying to survive... Continue Reading →

Read then Watch: Hello Brother

It's always upsetting when a family member passes away. You miss them. You wish that you could just speak to them one last time. However, you don't want it to happen literally, and that's the case in Hello Brother. It happens, and it's not a fun reunion. The film is directed, edited and starring Austin... Continue Reading →

A Review of Crypt TV’s Knock Knock

European films have a distinctive feeling, making them easily more recognisable than American films. From the lighting to the camera work, it's just all so much different. And when it comes to Knock Knock, a French short film, it's more of the same. Written and directed by Maxence Rapp, Knock Knock tells the story of... Continue Reading →

The Storm Review

Action/Horror | 13:29 mins | Screamfest LA There is something intriguing about survival horror, about the fact that you are alone in a world overrun by dangerous creatures. There's a tension already built in, and for a film of this type to be successful, it must capitalise on it. The Storm tells the story of... Continue Reading →

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