REVIEW: ‘Joker’s (2019) Complete Lack of Direction Plays in its Favour

Joker is by far the weirdest, most polarizing and definitely the most disturbing film of the year.

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BHFF REVIEW: LGBTQ+ Horror Shorts ‘Slayed!’ Present An Exciting New Chapter for Horror

Whether we’re protectively defending our favourite misunderstood “monsters”, thirsting after a vengeful witch, or intricately dissecting the plot’s subtext to match our queer theories; it’s a genre we’ve passionately invested in despite our community’s seeming absence from its stories.

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REVIEW: Yorgos Lanthimos’ ‘Kinetta’ (2005) is a Messy Look into the Early Greek Weird Wave

A refreshing reminder that it is okay to have an extremely limited budget or to throw ideas at the wall and see what sticks.

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BHFF REVIEW: ‘Porno’ Presents Seductive Premise with a Lacklustre Climax

The horrifying reality of teen hormones and sexual desire is the impending threat in this raunchy 90’s-based comedy-horror. Think American Pie, but with a murderous sex demon.

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LFF REVIEW: Marielle Heller’s ‘A Beautiful Day in the Neighbourhood’ (2019) is Worthy of Being A Front-Runner for Awards

“It has been crafted into something unique between being moving and heartbreaking” Coming in as a British viewer, you would be excused for thinking that the emotional connection might be missing for Mr Rogers and his brand of family entertainment. While his show never really made its way from America to the UK, we certainly…

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BHFF REVIEW: ‘Rock, Paper, Scissors’ is Psychologically Torturous Yet Wonderfully Twisted

This Argentinian horror-thriller is a menacing and uncomfortable portrait of human capabilities when their familiarity is threatened, and territory trespassed.

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Flip Screen’s Horror Awards: Winners 2019 (so far!)

In the run up to Halloween, we have decided to give horror films the recognition they deserve and host our own awards series, platforming this brilliant genre that is shockingly under-represented in popular award shows. 

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‘The Haunting Of Hill House’: An Insight To Personal Horror

In 2018, the first season of The Haunting of Hill House was released to Netflix. It’s directed by Mike Flanagan, who is arguably one of the best horror directors around right now, and follows the Crain family as they move into an isolated, run-down mansion, or what eventually becomes known as Hill House. Upon its…

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Flip Screen’s Horror Awards: 2018 Winners

Best Actor – Toni Collette (Hereditary) Shockingly snubbed at the Oscars, Collette’s performance as Annie – an unravelling mother still haunted by the decisions of her domineering mother – is raw, powerful and spectacular. Watching Collette tear through grief, despair and desperation is mesmerizing and the guttural reaction to watching her performance unfold is something…

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REVIEW: The Unseen Horror of ‘The World Is Full Of Secrets’ Makes For A Chillingly Memorable Tale

“There’s something inherently dark about an activity associated with the fun and innocence of girlhood being transformed into such a disturbing event.”

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