26th Mar2018

Starburst Festival 2018: ‘AGP: The Song of Solomon’ Review

by Phil Wheat

Stars: Jessica Cameron, Jim Van Bebber, Scott Gabbey, David E. McMahon, Gene Palubicki, Maureen Pelamati, Josh Townsend, Scott Alan Warner, Andy Winton | Written and Directed by Stephen Biro When you think of the Guinea Pig series you think lo-fi, low budget exploitation shockers that push the boundaries of taste and decency, packed with gore […]

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23rd Mar2018

Starburst Festival 2018: ‘The Child Remains’ Review

by Phil Wheat

Stars: Suzanne Clement, Allan Hawco, Shelley Thompson, Geza Kovacs | Written and Directed by Michael Melski The second of two films shown back-to-back at Starburst Film Festival that dealt with the loss of a child and the breakdown in a relationship. This particular film comes from what I personally consider the home of good horror, […]

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19th Mar2018

Starburst Festival 2018: ‘Your Flesh Your Curse’ Review

by Phil Wheat

Stars: Marie-Louise Damgaard Nielsen, Rose Milling, Louise Gammelgaard, Bill Hutchens, Kim Sønderholm, Frederik Carlsen, Emma Nymann, Paw Terndrup | Written and Directed by Kasper Juhl When young drug addict Juliet White dies, she doesn’t find herself in hell but somewhere far worse. Forced to relive the traumas and abuse of her days on earth, guided […]

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19th Mar2018

Starburst Festival 2018: ‘Torment’ Review

by Phil Wheat

Stars: Bill Fellows, Bryan Murray, Cora Fenton, Sinead O’Riordan, Darren Travers | Written by Bernadette Manton | Directed by Jason Figgis Torment is, essentially, an overwrought drama, with a supernatural bent, about the loss of a child; and sees a mother, Jane, played by Cora Fenton, target and architect as the killer of her child, […]

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16th Mar2018

Starburst Festival 2018: ‘A Welcoming Place’ Review

by Philip Rogers

Stars: Daniel J. Layton, Cael King, Francesca Louise White | Written and Directed by Sam Saffold Whilst still mourning the death of his father, Philip (Daniel J. Layton) ventures out into the remote countryside to locate a secret cottage owned by his father. Upon arriving he his is surprised to find the house is already occupied by a […]

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16th Mar2018

Starburst Festival 2018: ‘Dead Meet’ Review

by Philip Rogers

Stars: Francesca Louise White, Reuben Williams, Dean Williams, Richard Usher, Chris McGlynn | Written and Directed by Daniel J. Brant Cleo (Francesca Louise White) is an assassin and has been for years, but it’s a lonely job; because although you get to travel and meet people, it’s usually to put a bullet in them.  Tired of being alone […]

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16th Mar2018

Starbust Festival 2018: Sam Saffold – ‘A Welcoming Place’ Interview

by Philip Rogers

With A Welcoming Place making its debut UK screening at the Starburst MediaCity Festival I got an opportunity to ask Sam Saffold a few questions about his debut film including; his inspirations for the look and the style of the film, the challenges he faced and his favourite scenes. How did you first get into […]

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