Filmmaker Edward Boase’s new horror film is about a menacing mirror haunting the lives of three flatmates. Reaching the pages of the Evening Standard, his latest low-budget feature film is based on the real-life sufferings of two flatmates who got rid of the cursed object on eBay.

Former mirror-owner Mr Charalambous said to the press, Mr Boase caught the spooky atmosphere in his film quite remarkably. You can check out the trailer for this year’s Frightfest below.

Mr Boase had his early comedy short, One Small Leap (co-directed with James Walker) featured at the 11th Raindance Film Festival, and their film made it to the annual Best of the Festival selection, bringing a true story and dark humour onto the screen.

Raindance Film Festival congratulates Mr Boase on his recent success.

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