13th Sep2017

Grimmfest 2017 closing film announced

by Phil Wheat

If there’s one thing that Horror teaches us, it’s that Royalty, the Aristocracy, the Captains of Industry, the rich and powerful generally, are not like the rest of us. They are vampires or lizards; they prey on us, or hunt us for sport; they indulge in grotesque, shapeshifting, “shunting” orgies; they go canvasing for Parliament […]

04th May2017

Interview: Producer/actor Joanne Mitchell talks ‘Adult Babies’

by Phil Wheat

In his latest interview/podcast, host Stuart Wright talks to producer/actor Joanne Mitchell about her new film Adult Babies, Bait (both directed by Dominic Brunt), and Habit (directed by Simeon Halligan) and women in horror. Bait is out now; and available to stream on Netflix UK. Adult Babies and Habit are due out later in 2017.

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20th Jan2017

Q&A: ‘Adult Babies’ creator Joanne Mitchell talks all things horror

by Phil Wheat

Adult Babies gets an exclusive reveal at Horror Channel FrightFest Glasgow 2017, in anticipation of the event, actress / producer Joanne Mitchell – star of Before Dawn and Bait; and creator of Adult Babies – answers 10 scary questions… When did your fascination for horror films begin? I’ve been interested in horror since being a […]

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02nd Oct2015

Grimmfest 2015: ‘The Box’ Review (Short Film)

by Phil Wheat

Stars: Dominic Brunt, Joanne Mitchell, Patrick Lally, Roy Bright, Sam Edge | Written by Shaune Harrison, Mark Jones | Directed by Shaune Harrison Screening as part of Grimmfest’s Northern Showcase – a shorts programme celebrating the best “The North” has to offer in terms of genre cinema, accompanied by introductions and talks from those involved […]

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23rd Aug2014

Frightfest 2014: ‘White Settlers’ Review

by Chris Cummings

Stars: Lee Williams, Pollyanna McIntosh, Joanne Mitchell, James McCreadie, Dominic Kay | Written by Ian Fenton | Directed by Simeon Halligan White Settlers is the new film from West Midlands born director Simeon Halligan (Splintered); which begins with an English couple, Ed (Lee Williams) and Sarah (Pollyanna McIntosh), who are making a change in their life, leaving […]

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