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In Review: Maniac

by Andrew Kay 13 March 2013

Retooling a notorious classic of the slasher genre such as Maniac (1980) is no easy task, and whilst the producers of the remake have stuck somewhat faithfully to the original on the narrative front, their remake feels anemic.

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London Film Festival: Celeste and Jesse Forever

by Vicki Cole 26 September 2012

Celeste and Jesse Forever seemingly tells the classic tale of girl meets boy, girl and boy fall in love, girl and boy get married. However, we are made aware that there’s more to this particular love story when happily ever after takes place before the title credits have ended.

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Film4 Frightfest The 13th: A preview guide

by Mark Searby 6 August 2012

The August Bank Holiday weekend can only mean one thing, Film4 Frightfest returns to the Empire Cinema in London’s Leicester Square. Opening and closing films, The Seasoning House and Tower Block respectively, are both looking to fit into that British horror category that has given us Eden Lake, Triangle and Colin in recent years.

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