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Is Reborn electrifying or is it a shocker? Find out with our crackling review… By Rachael Harper 26-05-20 246 Certificate: 15 Director: Julian Richards Cast: Barbara Crampton, Michael Paré, Kayleigh Gilbert Distributor: Jinga Films Sixteen years after suffering a stillbirth, actress Lena O’Neill (played by Barbara Crampton – Re-Animator) is (obviously) surprised to find the
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Check out this special look video at Disney’s upcoming Artemis Fowl movie… By Rachael Harper 26-05-20 4,101 Can’t wait until Disney+’s 12 June release to get your Artemis Fowl fix? Not to worry! SciFiNow is here to help. Check out a special look at Disney’s upcoming movie below…  Artemis Fowl is directed by Kenneth
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The battle of the ages are well underway with Richard Bates Jr’s Killer Instinct. By Rachael Harper 20-05-20 735 Certificate: 15 Director: Richard Bates Jr Writer: Richard Bates Jr Cast: Amanda Crew, Robert Patrick, Kim Delaney, Hayley Marie Norman We’re sure we’ve all been there: that need to get away from it all and find
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Can you tell us a little about your newly-released short film, Re-displacement? Re-displacement is a sci-fi drama about a young man, Leo, who is searching for answers from his past using a futuristic therapy where he can visualise his memories. I wanted to create a high-concept film that explores complex emotional themes, through a sci-fi
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We’re pretty excited about this one at SciFiNow towers! Netflix has finally revealed the trailer for its Snowpiercer show and… okay we’ve all waited long let’s just have a look at it here…  Set more than seven years after the world has become a frozen wasteland, ​Snowpiercer​ centres on the remnants of humanity, who inhabit
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Microphones at the ready! We review Alexandra Serio’s ASMR-based short horror. By Katherine McLaughlin 12-05-20 488 Released: 20 May Director: Alexandra Serio Cast: Alexandra Serio Distributor: Vimeo Tingle Monsters is being touted as the first ASMR horror… though that may not be necessarily true, with any Giallo film or indeed Peter Strickland’s meta-giallo, Berberian Sound
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