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[Panic Fest] THAT’S OUR TIME Review – A Bittersweet Reflection on Humanity and Loss
The horror lies within the deep-rooted grief and loneliness that pervade Danny’s world. The film doesn't need to scream to be heard.
[Panic Fest] THE INTERNET REMAINS UNDEFEATED Review – In Which the Internet Is a Scary Place
Buoyed by its small but effective cast, creative storyline, and Connaughton's impressive cinematography, the film is utterly unforgettable.
[Panic Fest] NIGHTMARE AT CAMP BLOODBATH Review – Irreverent Horror Comedy's Bloody Best
Entertaining and irreverent, Dylan Arnow's Nightmare at Camp Bloodbath is both a parody and a tribute to beloved classics.
[Panic Fest] CHICKS Review – The Bond of Sisterhood is Regurgitative and Raw
Enveloped in a hot pink fever dream, Geena Hernandez's short Chicks is a provocative exploration of freedom, femininity, and empowerment.
[Panic Fest] FENG SHUI Review – A Clever, Frightening Twist on Home Invasion
The film reflects an uncomfortable uncertainty: are we ever truly alone, and would we ever know otherwise?
[Panic Fest] BLACK DRAGON Review – A Forceful and Unflinching Look at the Brutality of War
Defiant and intense, Black Dragon's forceful, unflinching look into the morality (or lack thereof) of war is divisive and electric.
[Panic Fest] THE FORE-MEN Review – Existential Loneliness is the Heart of Adrian Bobb's Sci-Fi Short
Sci-Fi Horror short, The Fore-Men, delivers a viciously lonely view of what the world might be like if humans were at their worst.
[BHFF] V/H/S/99 Review – It's the End of the 90s Zeitgeist as We Know It
Death says V/H/S/99 loses the 90s zeitgeist in translation in some places, but the shorts make up a fun collection of scary stories in...