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Dylan is a English Literature & Film undergrad and film critic. He loves all genres of film but has a particular love for science fiction and horror.

Is The Slasher Genre Dead?

We examine the history and trends of the slasher horror sub-genre, and whether it is still as popular in modern times as it was

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GHOST HOUSE: An Exhaustingly Loud Horror Dud

Predictable, overbearing, and generic, Ghost House is a film that is lacking in all the essential ingredients that make up a great horror.

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A FATHER'S DAY: A Beautifully Effective Zombie Short

A Father's Day is a short film told about an estranged pair of father-daughter zombies, and it is surprisingly effective.

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Edinburgh International Film Festival Report: Week Two

Dylan Walker attended Edinburgh International Film Festival; he reviews Attraction, Double Date, The Dark Mile and The Last Photograph.

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BE AFRAID: Duller Than Dishwater

The only thing to "Be Afraid" of is the lack of originality in this uninteresting horror effort from director Drew Gabreski.

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Edinburgh International Film Festival Report: Week Two

Dylan Walker is attending the Edinburgh International Film Festival and reviews Paris Can Wait, God's Own Country & Bad Day For The Cut.

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ALIEN: COVENANT: Even Ridley Scott Can’t Wade Through A Script This Poor

Alien: Covenant takes a valiant attempt at re-creating the magic from the original, but ultimately falters from screenplay to screen.

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DENY EVERYTHING: A Somewhat Enjoyable But Flawed Comedy

Other than strong performances, Deny Everything is mostly unsuccessful, due to an uneven story-line, poor camerawork, and jokes that fall flat.

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NIGHT KALEIDOSCOPE: A Visually Astute Mess

Indie low-budget vampire horror Night Kaleidoscopee has solid visuals but this is not enough to cover up its paper thin characters and story.

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ALIEN: COVENANT & The Problem With Prequels

The original Alien left many questions unanswered, which upcoming prequels will address. But do we even need those questions answered?

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