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- Tue Aug 30, 2016 7:48 pm
- Forum: FF 2016
- Topic: Best and Worst Films of 2016
- Replies: 34
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1. Train to Busan, obviously. 2. Pet. Had some issues but liked it. 3. Siren. The creature had a look of Rose McGowan. 4. White Coffin. Has anyone set fire to a child yet? No? Light that one up then. 5. They Call Me Jeeg Robot. Just because it was great. Special mention to Red Christmas- Yuletide ab...
Massive thanks to everyone involved, loved the new venue, brilliant time management, just a great couple of days and what you are doing means a lot to people who Love horror, highlight of my year for the last 8 years.
Good pace, cracked along so fast that you didn't question any of its bizarre logic. It was very familiar without me being able to put my finger on what exactly it reminded me of. And I did spend some time trying to finger it.
Loved this film, best of the festival and best horror film of the last year. Amazing stunt work and choreography and the cries of the little girl at the end were genuinely affecting. Amazing.
As a red-head, I felt the ginger kid got the worst treatment. Deservedly some may say. I remain steadfast in my belief that gingers are under-represented but over-abused in horror. That said, she was incredibly annoying and I felt that Emilie was somewhat justified in her actions.
Top 3) 1) A Christmas Horror Story- finally a brilliant Christmas horror film. It had twist that I didnt see coming but made perfect sense and an anthology film with no filler. 2) Bait - So much better than I expected with a brilliant villain and relateable, likeable protagonists. 3) Landmine Goes C...
Brilliant line up this year, best line up since my first year (which included Martyrs and Let the Right One In). Thanks to everybody involved in making it such a fantastic weekend,
Black Sabbath I think.IndianaM wrote:Anyone care to do a frame breakdown?
What is the film with the scary looking female puppet moving toward the screen? I saw this scene featured in one of the actual FF films this weekend too.
I can almost forgive them anything given the fact that I think A L'IInterieur is the best horror film of the last 20 years. It's always good to see Beatrice Dalle cutting loose. That said, why shoot a bloodless film for 50 minutes then throw in some horrific images in the last 20? It was OK but unev...
- Tue Aug 26, 2014 11:52 pm
- Forum: FF 2014
- Topic: Frightfest's worst movie ever?
- Replies: 51
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Federico Zampaglione sat and talked through somebody else's film during a previous Frightfest so I was never a fan. Tulpa struck me as Karma, it also struck me as hilarious. Not a contender for the worst film but possibly a contender for the best worst film.
Terrible, terrible film. The 3D made me think I was having a stroke, I was lifting my arms during the film to make sure I wasn't. It felt like somebody had covered one of my eyes throughout. It comes to something when the very look of a film is the first thing you dislike about it, then came the dia...