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Relic BFI: London Film Festival Movie Review

Mother, Kay and daughter, Sam travel to their home town and family home when they get word that Edna, the mother/ grandmother has been missing for several days. However, when she returns things are not all that they seem.

There’s Something About Her I Just Don’t Trust

There’s Something About Her I Just Don’t Trust Written by Erica Gerald Mason as part of the Valkyries Horror Festival focused on Women in Horror.     The Good Wife Continue Reading

Religion Cannot Save You: Mothers and the Function of Womanhood in The Conjuring

Religion Cannot Save You: Mothers and the Function of Womanhood in The Conjuring Written by Taylor Hunsberger as part of the Valkyries Horror Festival focused on Women in Horror.  The Continue Reading

Toni Collette in Hereditary: A Best Actress Snub and a Horror Masterpiece

Toni Collette in Hereditary: A ‘Best Actress’ Snub and a Horror Masterpiece Written by Kelly Kling as part of the Valkyries Horror Festival focused on Women in Horror. Hereditary, (2018) As a life-long Continue Reading

Coming of Age and Releasing the Beast – Female Sexuality in Horror

Coming of Age and Releasing the Beast – Female Sexuality in Horror Written by Kim Morrison as part of the Valkyries Horror Festival focused on Women in horror.  Female Sexuality Continue Reading

The Invisible Man, 2020, Film Review

The Invisible Man  Guest review by Kim Morrison Director: Leigh Whannell Release Date: 28th February 2020 Our Rating: ★★★★★ A stress- filled ride From the minute The Invisible Man opens Continue Reading

Daniel Isn’t Real, 2020, Movie Review

Daniel Isn’t Real Director: Adam Egypt Mortimer  UK Release dates: 7th February 2020 Digital Release dates: 10th February 2020 Distributor: Arrow Films Our Rating: ★★½ Luke is not okay Luke Continue Reading