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Santeri Viinamäki @wikimedia commons

Assassination Nation is incredibly visually stylish and a clever film which features some of the finest cinematography of 2018.

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Review: Mandy

Brutal, strange, and featuring Nicolas Cage at his insane, over-the-top best, Mandy is an instant cult-classic.

Photo: Grimmfest

The 80s themed tale of a killer-next-door was shown at Grimmfest 2018, shocking audiences with an explosive, violent final act

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Review: Ghost Stories

Jeremy Dyson and Andy Nyman’s adaptation of their acclaimed stage play is a superbly haunting and unnerving collection of menacing tales

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Review: Jigsaw

The eighth instalment in the Saw series throws audiences into an agonising game of boredom and predictability

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Review: Hell Fest

This new indie slashfest, Hell Fest, proves entertaining and creative, but is held back by tedious leads, dull set pieces and predictable deaths.

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Review: Suspiria

An excellently performed, visually stunning art-house horror, Suspiria is another success for its acclaimed director, despite it’s lengthy run-time.

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Review: Halloween

This Halloween film isn’t like the other sequels to the 1978 original: it’s good

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Review: Climax

Ever considered using psychedelic drugs? This film might make you think twice. Alfie Clark reviews Gaspar Noé’s fifth feature film

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Review: Slender Man

One of the simplest ways to realise what you think about a film is to ask how it made you feel. In the case of this sluggish, ugly, and disassembled product known as the Slender Man movie, I just feel unequivocally angry. At one point during the film, I found myself demanding that it make […]

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Review: Happy Death Day

This slasher flick from the writer of Paranormal Activity acknowledges its glaring similarities with Groundhog Day, yet fails to justify them

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Review: The Sleep Curse

Herman Yau and Anthony Wong reunite for The Sleep Curse, after a string of cult horror successes in the 1990s, but whether it works is up for debate

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