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Tower Block – FrightFest Review

This review was originally published on http://www.frontrowreviews.co.uk on 9th September 2012, where I gave it 1.5/5 stars. The world premiere of Tower Block was the closing film of FrightFest 2012, and starring a British cast of Sheridan Smith, Jack O’Connell, Ralph Brown and Russell Tovey, I was pretty excited about this new thriller (because it was never … Continue reading

Tulpa – FrightFest Review

This review was originally published on http://www.frontrowreviews.co.uk on 8th September 2012, where I gave it 3/5 stars. Tulpa was one of the more interesting premieres to take place at FrightFest this year, and this is possibly one of the reasons it has taken so long to get around to this review. It was an interesting film … Continue reading

Sleep Tight – FrightFest Review

This review was first published on http://www.frontrowreviews.co.uk, on 6th September 2012, where I gave it 4.5/5 stars.  Honestly and truly, Sleep Tight was one of the best pictures to have come out of FrightFest 2012 – this Spanish thriller had it all, a brilliant storyline, acted out subtly but thrillingly by its cast, with very believable dialogue, … Continue reading

Chained Review – FrightFest Review

This was originally published on http://www.frontrowreviews.co.uk on 2nd September, where I gave it 4/5 stars.  Jennifer Lynch’s latest film, Chained, took to centre stage in Empire 1 during FrightFest 2012 but many were unsure what the film was actually about before sitting down to watch the Surveillance director’s newest outing. Whilst the film was introduced as the programmer’s … Continue reading

Berberian Sound Studio – FrightFest Review

This was originally published on http://www.frontrowreviews.co.uk on August 28th, where I gave it 5/5 stars.  Something wonderful happens in cinema, something that really can only happen when you are sitting in a darkened room surrounded by your peers, sitting in front of a larger than life screen filled with dazzling colours and magnificent sounds – … Continue reading

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