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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Stephen King Horror Movies Ranked

Everyone who has the slightest knowledge of horror will know who Stephen King is. The acclaimed writer has been one of the most popular authors since the mid-70s, and nowadays his name is still a selling point when a studio is adapting one of his published works. A lot of these adaptations have become cinema…

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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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‘My Bloody Valentine’ (1981) Revisited

Two distant figures walk down a dimly lit mine shaft. They start out as dark silhouettes with only a pinpoint of light shining from their heads. Slow drips of water and quiet walking sounds can be heard. As the figures amble closer, the audience can begin to make out their clothing — black jumpsuits, gas…

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REVIEW: A Fitting Epilogue For A Beloved Character – El Camino: A Breaking Bad Movie (2019)

“It doesn’t sit as a burden on Breaking Bad’s shoulders, but instead as a character-driven companion that helps in solidifying one of the most beloved characters in the history of television” Breaking Bad has largely been regarded as one of the best TV shows ever made. It’s one of the few shows that manages to…

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‘Undone’ and Why Complex Depictions of Mental Illnesses Matter

In a world where characters with mental illnesses are consistently depicted as the monsters, villains, antagonists, and just generally ‘unlikeable’ people across film and television, Undone feels like a breath of fresh air. An Amazon original series, the show is an adult animated, dramedy created by Raphael Bob-Waksberg and Kate Purdy, both known for their…

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LFF REVIEW: “A massive shock to the system” – Uncut Gems (2019)

“Feels like a constant adrenaline shot to the system” The predictions for this year’s London Film Festival (LFF) surprise film was always between two highly anticipated pictures, Parasite and Uncut Gems. Even with the tease of “who likes musicals? Who likes cats?” didn’t convince the crowd as the Safdie Brothers, introduced their latest effort to…

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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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