AWARDS & REVIEWS

AWARDS

GHOST IN THE MACHINE

Winner Best Supernatural Horror - LA Indie Horror Fest 2021

Winner Best Cinematography - Independent Horror Movie awards 2020

LOCKDOWN

Winner Outstanding Achievement Award - Tagore IFF 2020  

NIGHTVISION

#7 The London Film Review Best of 2013

THROUGH THE LOOKING GLASS

Winner Best Horror SBFF 2007

LITTLE BLUE SPOT

Winner Best Comedy, Best Student Film - Surrey Film Festival 1997

REVIEWS

 

THROUGH THE LOOKING GLASS

 

STARBURST MAGAZINE:

“Through the Looking Glass will get under your skin. Taken as a whole it is an impressive film that defies standard assessment and is proof if proof is needed that talent and skill are more important than financial freedom.” 

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AIN'T IT COOL:

"Nothing seems forced and it makes the fall all the more believable. And more importantly, this is a story that doesn’t feel the need to use too many special effects in order to tell a good, solid scary story."

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SBFF 2007, (winner of Best Horror) Festival Director:

"A terrifying horror, an atmospheric shocker” 

Movie In Focus:

“Through The Looking Glass is a thought provoking psychological horror-thriller, which shows that money is no substitute for a captivating story.”

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The Horror Zine:

"Through the Looking Glass is well-made and looks bigger than its small budget. It is properly eerie and unpredictable, very atmospheric and creepy."

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Directors Live:  

"This very creepy and yet beautifully shot film is not one to be watched in the dark. "

 

GRIMM Festival:

"This is an intriguing film, which has some genuinely creepy scenes and lots of mood" 

Rkummer Blog:

“The slow-turn horror really makes Through The Looking Glass a huge cut above.  Highly recommended.” 

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Horrorphilia:

"A solid 5"

 

Ralph's Life on Tour:

" The film is a deeply dark psychological thriller guaranteed to have you looking over your shoulder from the first scenes".

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NIGHTVISION

The London Film Review Best of 2013:

The London Film Review:

"Night Vision Experiment feels about as real as it can get. For jaded horror fans, Night Vision Experiment puts the creep back into horror and you’ll be hard pressed not to feel that you are watching real events as they are occurring. A big, bold and successful experiment."

 

British Theatre Guide:

"The Nightvision Experiment is an innovative piece. Told entirely online, it couldn’t have existed at any previous point in history, given the technological resources required to both produce and consume it."

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INTERVIEWS

THROUGH THE LOOKING GLASS

THE EVIL EYE -  Interview with Writer/Director Craig Griffith