Starburst Magazine - Jon Towlson: « « « « (4 Stars) “Andrew Spencer’s solid direction combines mock-documentary and “fourth wall” drama that give Eddie Brewer the feel of Most Haunted meets The Stone Tape and invokes the work of Nigel Kneale in its sense of slowly mounting dread.”


REVIEWS:
SFX Magazine - Horror Columnist Penny Dreadful: “One to watch.” Click here to read PDF ...
Eye For Film - Anton Bitel: « « « « (4 Stars) “A quirky supernatural chiller that leaves us waiting for the penny to drop. Recommended.” Click here for web link ...
Horror News: “Wonderfully creepy. I highly suggest others seeking out this remarkable haunting film. An easy contender for one of the creepiest films of this year. Click here for web link ...
Horror Talk - Simon Bland: « « « (3 Stars) The Casebook of Eddie Brewer has a great premise.” Click here for web link ...
Stephen Volk - screenwriter of Ghostwatch, Afterlife and The Awakening: "A smart and unassuming film that builds to become not only creepy but truly haunting".
Andreas Marschall - German film director of Masks and Tears of Kali: "Very impressive: great acting and a very good sense for atmosphere and shocks. Creates horror by showing very little and suggesting a lot. Fans of ghost films will love it!"
Steven Sheil - British film director of Mum & Dad and Dead Mine and co-founder of the Mayhem Horror Festival - Nottingham: "Genuinely inspiring independent filmmaking at its best, unsettling and downright creepy. The film builds real suspense and delivers the kind of scares that stay with you. It's a great film." See below for a Mayhem Horror Festival-goer’s viewpoint ...
Jim Carl - Director of the Nevermore Film Festival - North Carolina - USA: "Most modern horror films can’t decide whether they’re intended to shock or to scare the audience.  Leave it to the British to perfect that mix. The Casebook of Eddie Brewer is that rare gem:  A suspense film that properly announces, “Things are about to get scary.” See below for a Nevermore Festival-goer perspective ...
Cap’n Howdy’s Blogorium: “The imagery is chilling without being too outlandish. Of the two feature films I hadn't seen prior to coming into Nevermore, I'd say that The Casebook of Eddie Brewer was my favorite.” Click here for web link ...
Cinetalk - Jonathan Hatfull: The Casebook of Eddie Brewer is a very impressive debut that boasts a very good script, some truly chilling moments and an excellent central performance from Ian Brooker. It’s a horror that’s well worth seeking out and it marks Andrew Spencer as a talent to watch.” Click here for web link ...
The Fourth Wall - Neil Mitchell: “Trying to successfully blend humour, horror and human drama is a difficult balancing act. Credit goes to writer/director Andrew Spencer.... for pulling off the aforementioned tightrope act with considerable aplomb.” Click here for web link ...
Johnny’s Cult Films - Jonathan Tabreham: « « « « 1/2 (4.5 Stars)  “As long as we keep getting great British films like this I for one will be more than happy. A totally gripping film from start to finish. British horror at its finest.” Click here for web link ...