A very clever and thought-provoking addition to the festival line-up.
An uneven collection of eight shorts that baffles as much as it entertains.
The oddly titled film is deeper than you might expect.
The most divisive film to screen at this year’s festival.
A dull experience that doesn’t make the most of its premise.
At interesting concept from Tom Paton that whips around at a frenetic pace.
A woman released from prison believes she’s being terrorised by her serial killer ex-boyfriend.
A family fight breaks out during a festive get together in this disappointing film from Adam Marcus.
An engaging love letter to The Monster Squad and cult films.
A zombie apocalypse musical you say? Believe us when we say it’s a must-see.
The much-hyped scary movie pretty much lives up to its name.
A petty thief gets more than she bargained for when she tries to rob the house she’s babysitting in.