REVIEW: Housing Erotic Horror, ‘Girl on the Third Floor’ is a Haunting Wet Dream

“DIY Grand Designs turns into the Haunting of Hump House.” Giving into temptation is a dangerous thing to do, especially when you live within a vengeful house adept in bringing out the worst in people. Girl on the Third Floor is the first feature for director, Travis Stevens, who seemed perfectly at home in this…

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REVIEW: ‘Red Letter Day’ Delivers Paranoia and Gore But the Rest Gets Lost in the Mail

As it was, Red Letter Day was fine.

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REVIEW: ‘Harpoon’ Hits the Mark with Razor Sharp Wit and Bloody Horror

When Harpoon wants to hit hard, it strikes with perfect accuracy.

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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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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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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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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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Flip Screen’s Horror Awards: 2017 Winners

Best Actor – Daniel Kaluuya (Get Out) Kaluuya is easily one of the best actors working today and this film displays exactly why. Playing Chris, a photographer going to meet his white girlfriend’s parents for the first time, Kaluuya eases from laidback and humorous to petrified and desperate, brilliantly bringing to life all the complexity…

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