In conversation with FrightFest, Nicolas Pesce discussed his pursuit to cultivate a reality with his own spin on our expectations and creating a space in film for the audience to answer questions. He also reflected on the camera as a character, film as a voyeuristic art form and a desire to move away from the philosophical subject matter of his feature debut.

THE EYES OF MY MOTHER is in UK theatres from 24 March 2017.

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In Conversation - The Eyes Of My Mother - Nicolas Pesce

DVD review - Seoul Station

In Conversation - My Father Die - Sean Brosnan
Book review - Fir

In Conversation - My Father Die - Gary Stretch

Film review - The Eyes Of My Mother
Film review - The Love Witch

In Conversation - The Chamber - The gauntlet of emotion: Ben Parker on The Chamber

Film review - The Chamber

DVD review - Operation Avalanche

DVD review - Roger Corman's Death Race 2500

In Conversation - Bloodlands - Steven Kastrissios

DVD review - I Am Not A Serial Killer

DVD review - Abandoned Dead

In Conversation - It Stains The Sand Red - Colin Minihan

DVD review - Beyond The Gates
In Conversation - Prevenge - Alice Lowe

DVD review - Cruel Summer

In Conversation - Fashionista - Simon Rumley

DVD review - Ouija: Origin of Evil

In Conversation - Detour - Chris Smith

Blu-ray review - Bring me The Head of Alfred Garica

In Conversation - Under The Shadow - Babak Anvari

DVD review - The Girl With All The Gifts

Book review - Defender

In Conversation - Adult Babies - Joanne Mitchell
DVD review - Worm

DVD review - The White King
Interview - Don't Call Me A Scream Queen - Barbara Crampton

DVD review - Scars

DVD review - The Sect

Book review - Defender
In Conversation - Richard Kelly
Blu-ray review - The Purge: Election Year

DVD review - Rupture

DVD review - Onus
Blu-ray review - Guvyer
Graphic novel review- Ghost Stories of an Antiquary
Blu-ray review - Donnie Darko

Blu-ray review - Happy Birthday To Me

DVD review - Lights Out
DVD review - The Shallows

Blu-ray review  - Cohen & Tate

Blu-ray release - The Burning
Download & On-Demand - The Darkest Dawn

DVD review - The Church

Blu-ray review - The Driller Killer
Film review - The Wailing
Feature article - Channelling Dead People on a Strange Journey: Howard Ford discusses Never Let Go
DVD review - Now You See Me 2
Feature article - The kids Aren't Alright - The role of children in horror films

DVD review - The Horror Network Vol. 1

Film review - Train To Busan

Interview - The resurrection of a nightmarish truth: Sheldon Renan discusses The Killing of America
Feature article - Halloween Horrors

DVD review - The Killing of America
DVD review - The Neon Demon
DVD review - Viral

Blu-ray review - One Million Years BC

DVD review - Arcadia

DVD review - The Man From Planet X

DVVD review - Darling
DVD review - Tales of Halloween

DVD review - The Curse of Sleeping Beauty

Book review - Tim Burton: The Iconic Filmmaker & His Work
Box set review - Wolf Creek: Series One

DVD review - Holidays

DVD reivew - An second review of Holidays

DVD review - Warcraft

DVD review - Bite

DVD review - Creature Designers: The Frankenstein Complex
DVD review - Shelley

Blu-ray review - Dark Water

DVD review - The Evil In Us
DVD review - Downhill

Film review - Under The Shadow

DVD  review - The  Last King

Book review - Frightmares: A history Of British Horror History

Interview - From Heroine To Voyeur - Actress Angela Dixon Discusses Never Let Go

DVD review - Grave Walkers

Interview - Character Before Genre – Director Colm McCarthy discusses bringing the girl with all the gifts to the screen

Blu-ray review - Cat People

Blu-ray review - The Hills Have Eyes

Interview - An origin myth for a new world – Screenwriter Mike Carey on his post-apocalyptic vision: The Girl With All The Gifts
Book review - Miss Peregrine’s Home For Particular Children

Film review - Blair Witch
Film review - Don't Breath

DVD review - The Devil's Woods
DVD review - Suburra
DVD review - 31

DVD review - Sharknado: 4th Awakens

DVD review - Bind
Film Review - 400 Days
Film Review - The Wave

DVD review - Bastard
DVD review - Southbound

DVD review - Shark Lake

DVD review - Jonah Lives
DVD review - The Harvesting

Book review - Devils Advocates - Antichrist

Blu-ray review - Satan's Blade

DVD review - Reptilicus

Blu-ray review - Crimes of Passion

DVD review - The Ones Below
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DVD review - Top Sensation

Blu-ray review - Return of the Killer Tomatoes

Book review - Devil’s Advocates - Suspiria

Blu-ray review - Doomwatch

DVD reiview - i-Lived

DVD review - Tripple 9

DVD review - River

DVD review - Pride & Prejudice & Zombies
Blu-ray review - The Beast With 1,000,000 Eyes

DVD review - The Wicked Lady

Blu-ray review - Bloodbath
Film review - Conjuring 2

DVD review - Visions
DVD review - Even Lambs Have Teeth
DVD review - Intruders
Film review - The Nice Guys
DVD review - Dark Signal

Blu-Ray review - The Hound of the Baskervilles
Audible drama review - Alien: Out of the Shadows
Blu-ray review - Killer Dames

Book review Nosferatu: A Symphony of Horror

DVD review - Bloodsucking Bosses

DVD review - Cherry Tree

DVD review - Classroom 6

DVD review -  The Leach Woman
Film Review - Cabin Fever

Film review - The Green Room

Blu-ray review - I am Wrath

DVD - review - The Forgotten
Blu-ray - review - Zero Boys
Blu-ray review - The Sign of Four

Blu-ray - review - The Ninth Configuration

Blu-ray - review - The Hounds of the Baskervilles

Film review - Friend Request
DVD  review - Ratter

Box set review - Heartless

DVD review - The Survivalist

DVD review - Exposed

Blu-ray review - Ghoulies

Blu-ray review - Bride of Re-Animator
Film review - The Absent One

Book review - Devils Advocates - Dead of Night

Film review - Anguish

DVD review - Scream Park

In Conversation – Jason Zada in conversation with FrightFest

Book review - Cult Cinema: An Arrow Video Companion

Blu-ray review - The Marriage of Maria Braun

Box set review - Death Walks Twice
DVD review - Jeruzalem

Blu-ray review - Waking Life

DVD review - The Hallow

Film review - The Witch

Film review - The Ones Below

Feature Article - The Mark Of The Witch - Beyond Imagination with Jason Bognacki

Box set review - Basket Case

DVD review - Re-Animator

Film review - Goodnight Mommy

DVD review - Among The Living

DVD review - Extraction

DVD review - The Pack

Blu-ray review - Audition

Feature Article - Frightfest Glasgow - Patchwork - FrightFest dissects the mind of director Tyler MacIntyre.

Feature Article - Frightfest Glasgow- The Mind's Eye - FrightFest probes the mind of director Joe Begos.

DVD review - Beast Within

DVD review - Deathgasm

Feature Article - Frightfest Glasgow - The Other Side Of The Door - FrightFest asks the director Johannes Roberts to spill the beans.

Blu-Ray review - Malatesta's Carnival of Blood

Feature Article - Frightfest Glasgow - Baskin - FrightFest asks Can Evrenol a few pertinent questions.

Blu-Ray review - The Premonition

DVD review - Nobody Can Cool

DVD review - The Green Inferno

Blu-ray review - 5 Dolls For An August Moon

DVD review - Nina Forever

DVD review - Last Stop

Blu-ray review - The Mutilator

DVD review - Hotel Transylvania 2

DVD review - Mark of the Witch

DVD review - Navy Seals vs Zombies

DVD review - Clinger

Box set - The Librarians: Season One

DVD review - The House On Pine Street

Blu-ray review - Deep Red

DVD review - Blood Harvest

Film review - Backtrack

DVD review - The Seven Minutes

Online streaming review - Heartless

Blu-ray review - Beyond the Valley of the Dolls

DVD review - Last Shift

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Blu-ray review - Aaaaaaaah!

DVD Review - The Wolfpack

DVD review - Sinister 2

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Blu-Ray review - What Have You Done To Solange
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Film review - Victor Frankenstein

Blu-Ray review - The Goonies

Blu-Ray review - Ghost Story

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Blu-ray review - Blood Rage

DVD review - Sharknado 3: Oh Hell No!

Game review - Assassin’s Creed Syndicate

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DVD review - The Fury

DVD review - A Christmas Ghost Story

Blu-ray review - Dr. Terror's House of Horrors

DVD review - Pay the Ghost

Feature Article - Some Kind Of Hate - Film4 FrightFest: as seen through the youth of our future? From INNER DEMON to SOME KIND OF HATE. In part one of a two part special, Ursula Dabrowsky looks back not only to the screening of INNER DEMON at FILM4 FrightFest, but to her discovery of horror and how festivals have allowed her a sense of inclusion.

Feature Article - Some Kind Of Hate - In part two of a two part special, Adam Egypt Mortimer and producer Amanda Mortimer look back not only to the screening of SOME KIND OF HATE at FILM4 FrightFest, but to look at festivals as a cultural necessity and the need for a community to which the filmmakers can belong.

Film review - Crimson Peak

DVD review - Contracted Phase II

Blu-ray review - Hellraiser : The Scarlet Box Limited Edition Trilogy

Feature Article - Zombie Flight Club - “My life has actually become a movie!” Joe Chien on the Collision of Cinema and Real Life in ZOMBIE FIGHT CLUB.

Game review - Transformers: Devastation

DVD review - We Are Still Here

Blu-ray review - The Black Cat

Blu-ray review - Your Vice Is A Locked Room And Only I Have The Key

DVD review - The Killage

DVD review - The Enfield Haunting

Game review - Call of Duty: Black Ops 3

Game review - Fallout 4

Feature Article - Monsters: Dark Continent - “I was just trying to survive the shoot and steer us through a very, very demanding process” – Writer/director Tom Green reminisces about MONSTERS: DARK CONTINENT

Feature Article - The Top 50 Must-See Horror Films Of The 21st Century - So Far…Part one.

Feature Article - The Top 50 Must-See Horror Films Of The 21st Century - So Far…Part two.

Feature Article - Insidious - Leigh Whannell reflects on making the transition to the director’s chair and how to tackle sequels and his perspective on his interconnected INSIDIOUS trilogy.

Feature Article - A Girl Walks Home Alone At Night - Interview with actress Sheila Vand.






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