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[Grimmfest Easter] GHOSTS OF THE OZARKS Review – A Grab Bag of Unintended Comedic Distractions
Ghosts of the Ozarks delivers an exciting concept with vast potential but desperately fails to deliver any suspense.
[Grimmfest Easter] WOODLAND GREY Review – Adam Reider Forces Us to Face Grief and Regret
Woodland Grey successfully holds a mirror up to the grieving process and the regret and guilt that comes with it.
[Grimmfest Easter] CROSS THE LINE Review – David Victori Delivers a Nightmarish Adventure
Cross The Line is a cautionary tale and reminder to be careful who you go home with.
[Grimmfest Easter] A PURE PLACE Review – Nikias Chryssos Cult Horror Envisions a Purer World
A Pure Place depicts the two sides of everything: pure and impure, rich and poor, light and dark, capturing each perspective evenly.
[Grimmfest Easter] EGO Review – A Queer Horror Film Exploring Isolation and Identity
Alfonso Cortés-Cavanillas’ Ego brings everyone's innate fear of losing our identities to life.
[Grimmfest Easter] THE FAMILY Review – A Brooding Folk Horror Tale Where Fear is Familial
The Family is a film that doesn’t bring anything new to the Folk Horror pantheon but the slow burn remains a film worth watching.
[Grimmfest Easter] BRING OUT THE FEAR Review – Isolation Brings Out the Worst in People
Bring Out The Fear transcends the horror realm with psychological twists and turns that will leave you mesmerized.
[Grimmfest Easter] THE WOMAN WITH LEOPARD SHOES Review – A Clever Microbudget Noir
The Woman with Leopard Shoes is a noir-infused thriller with experimental minimalism on its mind that uses its limitations to its advantage.