Review: The Jack in the Box: Awakening

Written and directed by Lawrence Fowler, when a vintage Jack-in-the-box is opened by a dying woman, she enters into a deal with the demon within that would see her illness cured in return for helping it claim six innocent victims. Starring: Matt McClure, James Swanton, Mollie Hindle, Nicola Wright, Michaela Longden, Jason Farries, Victor Mellors, Erina Mashate, Nicholas Anscombe and Melvyn Rawlinson.

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Review: Deadly Games (1982)

Written and directed by Scott Mansfield, a town is being terrorised by a masked killer who is murdering women. A young woman is attacked by the killer but escapes. She believes the killer to be either the town’s policeman or the manager of the local cinema, and she devises a plan to find out which is the actual killer. Starring: Alexandra Morgan, Jo Ann Harris, Sam Groom, Saul Sindell, Steve Railsback, Denise Galik and Dick Butkus.

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Review: Hotel Poseidon

Written and directed by Stefan Lernous, Dave reluctantly pretends to be the manager of Hotel Poseidon, where fungus covers the walls and comments such as “faded glory” and “has seen better times” completely fall short to describe this establishment. He wanders the corridors of his personal Overlook Hotel like a zombie, being a passive spectator to what happens around him. Starring: Tom Vermeir, Ruth Becquart, Anneke Sluiters, Tania Van der Sanden, Dominique Van Malder, Chiel Van Berkel, Tine Van den Wyngaert and Steve Geerts.

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Review: C.A.M.

Written and directed by Steph Du Melo, co-directed by Larry Downing, a rare parasite has contaminated a local meat processing plant and tactical police are sent in, but all is not what it appears. Starring: Charlotte Curwood, Tom Ware, Jamie Langlands, Michael Swatton, Peter Rayfield, Daniel Jeary, David Stopp, Robert Daniel Kolscar and Roger Wyatt.

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Review: The Feast

Directed by Lee Haven Jones and written by Roger Williams, a wealthy family has a dinner party at its home in the Welsh mountains, hosting a local businessman and farmer who hope to broker a business deal. A mysterious young woman arrives to be the family’s waitress, and things begin to unravel. Starring: Annes Elwy, Nia Roberts, Julian Lewis Jones, Steffan Cennydd, Sion Alun Davies, Caroline Berry, Rhodri Meilir and Lisa Palfrey.

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