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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A little like the setup in Demons but with a lower budget and it's a bit more twee. There is one particularly graphic scene, as well as some good imagery in the "lost" film, which help to boost the score. I'll be a little generous with the rating as I was very tired by this point and I struggled to focus on the film at times, but I didn't fall asleep and if I was fresher I think I would have enjoyed it more. 7 / 10
No tears, please. It's a waste of good suffering.
Promises a lot but delivers little. The most notable gore moment happens off-screen but then we get to see the aftermath and it's gloriously disgusting. The rest of the movie is mostly padding as the teens wander around the theatre and get spooked. I wouldn't recommend it.