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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I thought the same as jonbly's spoilery comment. Still, lots to like in this one, including
the battles with mental health and the last 20 minutes, but there was a spell about three quarters of the way through that for me got a little too silly and tiresome, which prevented me from fully engaging with it. 7.5 / 10
No tears, please. It's a waste of good suffering.
I was enjoying this at the start, but half-way through, the film decides to explain everything and remove all ambiguity. A man turned up to provide a load of exposition and I lost interest. The film does have some striking visuals and music but was ultimately too literal and too safe.