FrightFest is 20 years old in 2019 and this is the place to discuss our three main events of the year.
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- Location: Bristol
6/10 - Believability is stretched thin by having two actresses with very different looks cast as 'almost sisters'.
- Fresh Meat
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The mother and daughter were fine actors.
Quite a good movie in the maniacal tradition of Play Misty for Me & Fatal Attraction & The Hand that Rocks the Cradle.
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- Joined: Wed Aug 27, 2008 1:30 pm
- Location: The Back Of The Beyond
An enjoyable fun ride as each devious plot unfolds. Caitlin Stasey is as watchable as ever, while I like the dynamics of the central trio - there are some good supporting characters too. 7.5. / 10
No tears, please. It's a waste of good suffering.
- Undead Horde
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- Location: Berkshire
This was the first dud of the festival for me. It just felt so TV movie.
- Undead Horde
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The dated plot borrows heavily from 1990s psychological thrillers, and in fact there a multiple plot points lifted straight out of Single White Female. This feels like it should have been a Lifetime movie of the week (although I think Lifetime would insist it be less boring), except that it's got an excellent director and actresses attached to it, but they weren't able to elevate the material.
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- Location: North West of England
An average film with a very good psycho.