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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Flip Screen’s Horror Awards: 2015 Winners

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: 2014 Winners

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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A Week of Horror With the Brooklyn Horror Film Festival

For those lucky enough to haunt the streets of Brooklyn this month, be sure to check out the most horrifyingly brilliant festival running between 17th – 24th October.  The Brooklyn Horror Festival is a celebration of this bloody brilliant genre, boasting a diverse selection of horror films both old and new. The festival will also…

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Looking Back on Fight Club, Twenty Years Later

*Spoilers for Fight Club* Those in tune with recent film festival coverage may have struggled to miss the most widely anticipated and fervently discussed release sparking a new tirade of furious tweets – that of course being Joker. This new origin for DC’s most popular super-villain has either been heralded as the epitome of cinema…

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The Male Gaze and Us Poor Gays: Navigating Female Sexualisation in Film as a Queer Feminist

The Romeo and Juliet of cinema: my love for boobs versus my hate of the male gaze. For any other queer feminists out there, you may be well versed in this problem. We all know that the constant sexual depiction of women in media is a problem – it’s insulting, demeaning, and reduces the complexity…

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