The year 1999 was an excellent year for premium movies with Go sitting firmly towards the top of that pile.
Cali, Holly and Mel are twenty-something childhood friends, reuniting for some fun around the Christmas holidays; yes, a film that reminds us that those festivities aren’t too far away.
Unless you’ve been living under a rock in the remote reaches of the world you will know that Spider-Man: No Way Home has just arrived into cinemas.
In the run-up to Christmas, an FBI task force is issued the job of tracking down and stopping a couple of serial killers.
Christmas is a time for fun frolics in the snow, and in terms of festive frights, you can’t get much sillier than Jack Frost.
It becomes apparent very early doors why Santa’s Slay is the first, and only, feature film from David Steiman.
Back in 2007, directors Julien Maury and Alexandre Bustillo debuted A L’Interieur at Frightfest.
Directed by directing team Abiel Bruhn and John Rocco, The Night Sitter is their latest Christmas-set venture.
Hosts, not to be confused with Host, is a first-time feature from directors Adam Leader and Richard Oakes, and tells a story of a rather horrific dinner party.
For years cinemas have been filled with remakes of older films, the horror genre, in particular, contributing heavily to the trend.