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Two Heads Creek Review – FrightFest 2020

Two Heads Creek Review – FrightFest 2020

A snappily written Brit/Aussie co-production that happily juggles the humour of both cultures, Two Heads Creek is a fun frolic of a lightweight horror, pitching itself as a slightly rosier spin on the black comedy of Severance and The Cottage. And while it might not quite prove to be as laugh-out-loud memorable as either of the above, some well-placed heart and a focus on family helps to keep things sunny enough to weather the cringier stretches.

Things kick off in a decidedly racist post-Brexit Britain, with mismatched twins Annabelle (Kathryn Wilder) and Norman (Jordan Waller – who also wrote the script) cutting ties from their apparently false Polish routes, following the death of their adoptive mother. Craving more from their stunted lives (as a failed actor and struggling butcher respectively), the pair head Down Under in search of their long-lost birth mother, only to wash up in the off-grid Two

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