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Maika Monroe

Greta (2018) Film Review

The Crying Game, Breakfast on Pluto, The Butcher Boy, Michael Collins - some of Neil Jordan's best work, a director known for his focus on unconventional relationships and the Troubles, with a deft hand for shock twists. His newest, Greta,

It Follows

Being Robert David Mitchell’s second feature, It Follows succeeds in its base objective of terrifying you. The over-the-shoulder camerawork and particularly uncrowded shots keep your eyes darting around the screen trying to guess where the…

The Guest (2014)

Movies have done a lot to harm friendly relations, although the Peterson family clearly hasn’t seen enough. If you live in a small town and a stranger knocks on the door, the first reaction should by now be suspicion. If they happen to be…

Frightfest London 2014

Another year. Another Frightfest. Now in its 15th year, Frightfest's bank holiday main event has blossomed steadily over time to become one of the most anticipated genre festivals in Europe, if not the world. This year was incredibly…

The Guest (2014)

The opening film at Frightfest 2014 was the latest fare from Adam Wingard (You’re Next), a director often accused of being over hyped due to his stylish, self – referential style that gleefully subverts horror tropes. His latest film The…