So there you have it. Another great year of films. Possibly the best yet. Well done to Rob Nevitt (the event organiser) for bringing together such a diverse set of films.
As you can see from the reviews, my top films pretty much matched the views of the audience as a whole (the audience's top three films were, in reverse order, Inbred, Some Guy Who Kills People and Harold's Going Stiff). I wasn't expecting to see a film that I would give a rating of 10 to, but there is really nothing bad I can say about Harold's Going Stiff. I'm sure that people will disagree on some reviews, but that's the great thing about the festival: there's something for everyone. Well, possibly not for my gran. My favourite shorts were Interview, Spider (although I wish it had finished after the first shock, and did we really need the sequel Bear?) and Brutal Relax.