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The Lie (2018)

THE LIE Directed by Veena Sud Would you let your child away with murder? It’s an immediately exciting question that, with the right marketing, could sell a million airport thrillers. It’s also the ethical dilemma […]

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AUSTRALIA AVAILABLE ON DIGITAL, DVD and BLU-RAY RUNNING TIME: 136 mins REVIEWED BY: Dr Lenera   1820’s Tasmania, Australia, when the British ruled. 21-year-old Irish convict Clare completes her seven-year sentence as an indentured servant […]

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HI-DEATH (2018)

UK Release Date – TBC I love to see a horror anthology, it’s one of my favourite things. Then again on the other hand I don’t like to see films that use mobile apps and […]

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THE FINAL WISH (2020) Directed by Timothy Woodward Jr. Aaron Hammond, a struggling law graduate in Chicago, returns to his family home in the sticks after learning of his father’s death. Whilst attempting to sell […]

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The Dark Red (2018)

THE DARK RED Directed by Dan Bush If there’s been any subgenre that’s come to define the last few years in horror, ‘it could be magic or mental illness’ films aside, it’s ones about women […]

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We (2018)

WE (2018) Directed by Rene Eller The kids aren’t alright. In fact, if you believe the feature debut from Rene Eller, that’s bound to become a cult cumming of age hit, they’re downright awful: genital […]

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UK Release Date – TBC High-school girls going missing under suspicious circumstances, cryptic final words from dying fathers, and children tragically being by killed by house fires. What’s it all about you ask? Well some […]


BORDER [2018]

AKA GRANS Sweden AVAILABLE ON BLU-RAY AND DVD RUNNING TIME: 118 mins REVIEWED BY: Dr Lenera, Official HCF Critic   In Sweden, Tina lives a fairly isolated life in a secluded house in the woods […]



SECRET SANTA Directed by Adam Marcus Season’s beatings. The Xmas period has long since been a staple of our genre, with the contrast between Christmas and carnage being an immediately interesting one. Paradoxically there’s something […]

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The Fare (2018)

THE FARE Directed by D.C. Hamilton Awkward chats with the cab driver are a fixture of the Great British Nights Out: “what time did you start?” “What time do you end?” “You been busy?” “Could […]