Boo review: Dir. Rakefet Abergel (2019) [Indie Review]
Indie Film

Boo review: Dir. Rakefet Abergel (2019) [Indie Review]

Abergel’s directorial debut is a clever horror short with great performances. Continue reading

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The Eyes of My Mother review: “Disturbingly fascinating”
Film Reviews / Indie Film

The Eyes of My Mother review: “Disturbingly fascinating”

The Eyes of My Mother is an intensely disturbing horror-drama and yet for all its unforgettable scenes and the powerful, visual memories of horrific events, I believe there’s an impressive strength here which is driven by the sharp edges evoking a realistic nightmare in what could be ‘any town’ with its idyllic, remote home setting somewhere … Continue reading

Intense UK trailer for Steve Oram in occult horror ‘A Dark Song’
Film / Indie Film

Intense UK trailer for Steve Oram in occult horror ‘A Dark Song’

While I know Steve Oram takes on different kinds of genres there’s something lurking underneath that means, for me, he fits into the horror genre quite effortlessly and if this trailer for UK indie horror A Dark Song is anything to go by, this definitely helps back-up my thoughts. This is the debut feature for writer/director Liam Gavin which focuses … Continue reading