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Housewife

  SYNOPSIS: Housewife is centred on Holly whose mother murdered her sister and father when she was seven. 20 years later and slowly losing her grip on the difference between reality and nightmares, she runs into a celebrity psychic who claims that he is destined to help her.

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Film Review: Baskin (2015)

SYNOPSIS: A squad of unsuspecting cops goes through a trapdoor to Hell when they stumble upon a Black Mass in an abandoned building. REVIEW: Five cops sit around a small, empty diner. They talk about sports, they talk about gambling, and they crudely joke about sex. In the kitchen, a guy working the grill starts cooking up some red meat. …

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Interview: Can Evrenol (Baskin)

Ahead of the UK premiere screening of BASKIN at the Glasgow Film Festival, FrightFest ask the director Can Evrenol a few pertinent questions… Q: What were the challenges of elongating the BASKIN short film ideas into a full feature? A brief history of Turkish genre cinema and the must-see movies virgins should see? Please refer to the awesome award winning …

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Film Review: My Grandmother (short film) (2008)

SYNOPSIS: A girl visits her grandmother’s grave, haunted by morbid feelings at heart. REVIEW: A young red headed girl heads out to visit her grandmother’s grave and offer up a bouquet of flowers. Later she finds herself locked in the family’s mansion bathroom assumed by the same grandmother. The grandmother proceeds to eventually visit and assumingly release this young girl. …

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Film Review: The Pencil ‘mobile ident’ (short film) (2012)

SYNOPSIS: One of the 12 idents created for Film4 Frightfest 2012, which played before the feature films to remind people to switch their phones off! REVIEW: This “really” short film was used as a impact commercial in response to the idea of “turning off one’s cell phone” during a film presentation. In fact it only runs about 33 seconds, though …

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Film Review: Sandik (The Chest) (short film) (2007)

SYNOPSIS: Freakish blitzkrieg that opens with a young boy terrorizing villagers with a mysterious chest and closes with one of the most spectacularly outlandish set pieces you’ll see anywhere this year!” REVIEW: Sandik (translated as “The Chest) is a nasty 6 minute short film by Can Evrenol which breaks the mold for bad taste. While seeing a gory short or …

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