Tag: FrightFest

FrightFest: The Last Showing

With frustratingly little to sink one's teeth into, the film is just as forgettable as the formulaic films it seeks to mock.

/ August 22, 2014

FrightFest: Late Phases

The inevitable showdown is a hoot, but overall, a throwaway experience that should have spent more time in development.

/ August 22, 2014

FrightFest: Big Bad Wolves

Deftly balancing genres, it's a remarkable script that never misses a beat, truly belying the writers' inexperience.

/ August 26, 2013

FrightFest: In Fear

A smart screenplay delivers an effective psychological thriller that wastes no time in initiating a tension that remains taut.

/ August 25, 2013

FrightFest: Missionary

Anthony DiBlasi maintains a firm hand on the reins and ensures Missionary slow-burns its way to a satisfying and moving finale.

/ August 25, 2013

FrightFest: No One Lives

Ryûhei Kitamura's second US venture is a riot; revelling in its throwaway nonsense, it's fun from the get-go and knows it.

/ August 24, 2013