So Grimmfest has finished for another year. It was a short but sweet experience for me and whilst some sadly disappointed (Let Me Make You A Martyr, The Unseen), I did finally get chance to see Broken and Train to Busan, both of which impressed for different reasons. Full reviews will be coming soon but for now you can check out videos about them beyond the break. (more…)
So that was Frightfest 2016… 16 films watched, 1 panel talk hosted by Paul Davis with guests from American Werewolf in London, plus a James Moran screenwriting workshop. It is now time for reflection. First up is my Top 10 films of the festival with links (where available). Reviews will follow soon. (more…)
So the films have been announced and I’ll be looking forward to checking out Stephen King’s Cell, The Master Cleanse, Blood Feast remake and Rob Zombie’s 31, among many others. You can find full details about the festival here: Frightfest 2016 and I will be posting my thoughts @GMisdemeanours during the five day festival, plus reviews will be going up on here too.
Update: The Green Inferno was released to very mixed reviews with the majority highlighting a poor script, wooden acting and some dodgy CGI. I read that the film was going straight to DVD here in the UK on 26th October 2015, however that day has arrived and it doesn’t appear to be the case. So, I’ll update this post again when I get more concrete evidence of a release date.