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 - Gary Stretch
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 - 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
DVD review - Scars
DVD review - The Sect
DVD review - Rupture
Blu-ray review - Happy Birthday To Me
Blu-ray review - Cohen & Tate
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
Blu-ray review - One Million Years BC
DVD review - Arcadia
DVD review - The Man From Planet X
DVD review - The Curse of Sleeping Beauty
DVD review - Holidays
DVD reivew - An second review of Holidays
DVD review - Warcraft
DVD review - Bite
Blu-ray review - Dark Water
Film review - Under The Shadow
DVD review - The Last King
Book review - Frightmares: A history Of British Horror History
DVD review - Grave Walkers
Blu-ray review - Cat People
Blu-ray review - The Hills Have Eyes
DVD review - Sharknado: 4th Awakens
DVD review - Shark Lake
Book review - Devils Advocates - Antichrist
Blu-ray review - Satan's Blade
DVD review - Reptilicus
Blu-ray review - Crimes of Passion
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 - The Wicked Lady
Book review Nosferatu: A Symphony of Horror
DVD review - Bloodsucking Bosses
DVD review - Cherry Tree
DVD review - Classroom 6
Film review - The Green Room
Blu-ray review - I am Wrath
Blu-ray - review - The Ninth Configuration
Blu-ray - review - The Hounds of the Baskervilles
Box set review - Heartless
DVD review - The Survivalist
DVD review - Exposed
Blu-ray review - Ghoulies
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
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
Last Shift - Anthony DiBlasi.
Blu-ray review - Aaaaaaaah!
DVD Review - The Wolfpack
DVD review - Sinister 2
Feature Article - Sinister 2 - Part one - Nicholas King (Bughuul) takes FrightFest behind the scenes of SINISTER and its sequel to discuss his experiences of playing Bughuul, the transitional nature of the two films and his hopes for an extension to Derrickson and Cargill’s SINISTER tale of terror.
Feature Article - Sinister 2 - Part two - James Ransone talks to FrightFest about his expanded role in SINISTER 2 as the unnamed deputy and on a self-imposed collision course with Mr. Bughuul, the demonic force crawling beneath SINISTER’S skin.
DVD review - The Vatican Tapes
Feature Article - The Vatican Tapes - Back in October at the FrightFest Halloween the Reverend Peter Laws introuduced THE VATICAN TAPES. With the film heading to the shelfs of your local DVD store, we talk to the rev in detail about his love for horror films and how he squares this with his Christian faith.
DVD review - Shelter
Feature Article - THE GIFT - FrightFest talks to the cast and crew of the latest chiller from genre producing powerhouse Blumhouse, THE GIFT, the chilling feature directorial debut from acclaimed actor and writer Joel Edgerton.
Film review - Krampus
Film review - Victor Frankenstein
Blu-Ray review - The Goonies
Blu-Ray review - Ghost Story
Feature Article - The Nightmare - “If in some way I was hoping to make an experimental and personal film that played with the language of horror cinema, then I have been very pleasantly surprised that it has made a lot of people feel better that they are not alone” – Rodney Ascher discusses with FILM4 FrightFest the communal nature of terror.
Blu-Ray review - The Hobbit: The Battle of the Five Armies
Blu-ray review - Blood Rage
DVD review - Sharknado 3: Oh Hell No!
Game review - Assassin’s Creed Syndicate
Feature Article - Tremors 5: Bloodlines - FrightFest talks to Jamie Kennedy, star of the latest instalment of the TREMORS.
Game review - Uncharted: The Nathan Drake Collection
Game review - Wasteland 2: Director’s Cut
Feature Article - Containment - “It was intense and often stressful, but it was a wonderful experience for a debut feature” – Neil Mcenery-West offers Film4 FrightFest some formative reflections now that the first steps of the journey into filmmaking are over. All that is left now is to reflect on the experience of his feature debut CONTAINMENT.
Box set review - Sleepy Hollow The Complete Second Season
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.
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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.
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