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Horror islands: seven British domestic shockers (and an American special case) at Halloween FrightFest 2020

FrightFest’s ambitious October extravaganza – planned as a physical festival but now online – includes a windfall of poison apples from our not always green and pleasant land.

By Anton Bitel

Horror islands: seven British domestic shockers (and an American special case) at Halloween FrightFest 2020
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Rhonda Fleming, a star in black and white and Technicolor

By Pamela Hutchinson

Rhonda Fleming, a star in black and white and Technicolor
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The Salt in Our Waters kicks up stormy arguments in the Ganges Delta

By Thomas Flew

The Salt in Our Waters kicks up stormy arguments in the Ganges Delta
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Carmilla stirs old sapphic terrors

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Carmilla stirs old sapphic terrors
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Body of Water gives us haunting fragments of a photographer’s anorexia
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Time is a powerful distillation of lives divided

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Sight & Sound: the November 2020 issue

Horror special: Rose Glass on Saint Maud and the horror of 2020, plus Psycho at 60, Ben Wheatley’s Rebecca, Relic, Host, His House, Barbara Steele, The Haunting of Bly Manor, found footage horror, Shirley, Time, Mogul Mowgli and more.

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Meet whiplash Wilder: Billy Wilder interviewed in 1967

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