Folkestone-set Brit flick Seagull mixes revenge movie tropes with moving family drama. Boasting strong performances and some striking imagery, the film is likely to stay with audiences at this year’s… Continue reading "Blood on the Beach: Director Peter Blach on Bleak Horror Thriller ‘Seagull’"
Category: Grimmfest 2021
Alex Kahuam’s art-horror feature Forgiveness is a deeply personal project that asks difficult questions of its audience. Rejecting the use of dialogue, Kahuam instead forms his own cinematic language through… Continue reading "A Torturous Triptych: Director Alex Kahuam on Enigmatic, Female-Led Horror ‘Forgiveness’"
Filmmakers Conor Boru, Ed Hartland, Jared Rogers and Dom Lenoir on Horror Mockumentary ‘When the Screaming Starts’
Sure to be a highlight of this year’s Grimmfest, When the Screaming Starts is a horror comedy that follows budding serial killer Aidan and pretentious documentary filmmaker Norman. With plenty of… Continue reading "Filmmakers Conor Boru, Ed Hartland, Jared Rogers and Dom Lenoir on Horror Mockumentary ‘When the Screaming Starts’"
Micro-budget filmmaking is fraught with technical limitations and frustrations. However, it’s often these challenges and restrictions that inspire dedicated filmmakers, fueling their determination. One such example is For Roger, a… Continue reading "Isolated Events: Director Aaron Bartuska on Cabin-in-the-Woods Horror Drama ‘For Roger’"