Seagull is an oddball revenge story centred on family drama, secrets, and spite. After 8 years of eking out survival on a beach, Rose returns home and the full story of why she lived outside of society for that long is going to cause chaos for a family living with a fair few secrets. Helping

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After the tragic loss of their newborn baby, a family retreat to a cabin in the woods to spend some time focusing on themselves to heal. Unfortunately, something is haunting those woods with them, and a similar tragic backstory has the spirit attracted to the family like a moth to a flame.  If you want

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Witness protection isn’t enough to keep a mother and her young daughter safe, as the vigilantes hunting them down catch up to the pair. They want a confession the mother either can’t, or won’t, give and the location is so remote any help will be at least an hour away. There‚Äôs no obvious way out,

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Something deadly has begun in the woods as an infectious spore mutates from ‘Patient Zero’ to begin an alarming spread. People are its food source as well as reproduction method, giving it plenty of chances to evolve even further, and there doesn’t appear to be any way to stop it. The structure of The Spore

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A news personality shares the shocking story that the reptilian Deep State is using basements of pizza places in satanic rituals involving children. With the government doing nothing– to be fair, probably because there’s no basement at the named pizza parlour– a reporter desperate for a big story recruits a member of a militia to

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The Guest Room Film Review

The Guest Room (La Stanza in Italian) is a 2021 Italian thriller directed by Stefano Lodovichi, making its debut as part of Grimmfest in Manchester UK. Shot in a single location and with an intimate cast, the film, on paper, may prove to be a challenge to many – especially being dialogue driven and subtitled

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Blast Film Review

Blast, or Deflagrations in its cooler sounding, original French title, is a tense thriller focusing on a small company that disarms landmines around the world. After a recently successful contract in the Ukraine, they come face to face with their jobs back home. Even worse, children become involved. This setup follows a one set shoot

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When Norman Graysmith is invited into the home of an aspiring serial killer, Aidan Mendle to be exact, he believes he has the subject for a career defining documentary. However, the documentary crew soon learn of a few crucial issues with the production. Notably, the professed murderer has yet to take a life. Under the

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Two dysfunctional brothers struggle to get by after the death of their parents. The younger counterpart is left in the care of his older brother who is slowly yet surely falling apart emotionally from destructive heavy drinking. Isolated in a dilapidated house and way out in the woods, as well as scorned by the rest

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Shot in the Dark Film Review

Shot in the Dark is the directorial debut of Keene McRae. Co-written by Kristoffer McMillan and Lane Thomas, it should be noted that all three also perform roles in the film. Perhaps most notably, McMillan takes on the lead role as William Langston. Will has abandoned his small town roots for the glamorous life of

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