The rotting remains of 2012's festival
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An intelligent and well-made study of where both nature and science can go awry. I thought this was going to be a creature feature, but it wasn't really, yet I was engrossed by the story nonetheless. A very realistic warning of the perils of meddling with nature, so whilst perhaps not the most original concept it was well executed. 7.5 / 10
No tears, please. It's a waste of good suffering.
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I opted for this one over Stitches, partly because of the title and partly because of the description. (Stitches is coming out soon anyway but I don't know about ERRORS.) It's okay: a talky, low-key but intriguing SF/horror with minimal on-screen viscera. I did like it, though, and it was odd to see Rik Mayall in a completely straight role.