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    Review: HORNS

    Editor’s note: Friend of Icons of Fright, author Derek Botelho tackled this review of Alexandre Aja’s film adaption of the Joe Hill novel, HORNS for us. Short but to the point, here is Derek’s review: Upon reading Joe Hill’s novel Horns I recall thinking how difficult it would be to adapt into a movie. Like […]

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    HalloweenCostumes.com Creates 10-Minimalist Posters For Horror Classics!!

    The folks at HalloweenCostumes.com are always providing some cool posts to go along with their costume selection. Their previous LEATHERFACE INFOGRAPHIC was really cool, and to beat that, the gang over there have decided to create 10 minimalist posters for some of the most beloved horror classics, using only one or two elements taken form […]

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    Contest- Win A Free Digital Copy of THE BLAIR WITCH PROJECT, Courtesy Of Lionsgate!

    Full disclosure: I’ve only seen THE BLAIR WITCH PROJECT once, and that was when it was first released. The film scared the living hell out of me, and though it would probably do nothing to me these days, a full 15-years later, I still haven’t had the nerve to revisit it. Well, a lot of people […]

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    Review: BENEATH (2014)

    There’s something utterly terrifying and claustrophobic about being stuck in tight places, especially when you’re surrounded by people everywhere you turn. It’s no surprise that that fear of those tight spaces is so prevalent in people today, as an individual’s personal space and fear of said personal space being invaded is enough to drive someone […]

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    Review: GRACE: THE POSSESSION

    It is safe to say that there is no shortage of films out right now that involve someone being possessed by a demonic entity. When done right, those types of films can scare even the most hardcore horror aficionado. We love that stuff, so naturally, it’s safe to say our outlook on them is to say […]

ScreenHunter_164 Oct. 28 14.31

Review: HORNS

Editor’s note: Friend of Icons of Fright, author Derek Botelho tackled this review of Alexandre Aja’s film adaption of the Joe Hill novel, HORNS for us. Short but to the point, here is Derek’s review: Upon reading Joe Hill’s novel Horns I recall thinking how difficult it would be to adapt into a movie. Like […]

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HalloweenCostumes.com Creates 10-Minimalist Posters For Horror Classics!!

The folks at HalloweenCostumes.com are always providing some cool posts to go along with their costume selection. Their previous LEATHERFACE INFOGRAPHIC was really cool, and to beat that, the gang over there have decided to create 10 minimalist posters for some of the most beloved horror classics, using only one or two elements taken form […]

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Contest- Win A Free Digital Copy of THE BLAIR WITCH PROJECT, Courtesy Of Lionsgate!

Full disclosure: I’ve only seen THE BLAIR WITCH PROJECT once, and that was when it was first released. The film scared the living hell out of me, and though it would probably do nothing to me these days, a full 15-years later, I still haven’t had the nerve to revisit it. Well, a lot of people […]

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Review: BENEATH (2014)

There’s something utterly terrifying and claustrophobic about being stuck in tight places, especially when you’re surrounded by people everywhere you turn. It’s no surprise that that fear of those tight spaces is so prevalent in people today, as an individual’s personal space and fear of said personal space being invaded is enough to drive someone […]

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Review: GRACE: THE POSSESSION

It is safe to say that there is no shortage of films out right now that involve someone being possessed by a demonic entity. When done right, those types of films can scare even the most hardcore horror aficionado. We love that stuff, so naturally, it’s safe to say our outlook on them is to say […]

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Review: SOULMATE

Actress, screenwriter, journalist, and make-up artist Axelle Carolyn recently added “director” to her long list of credentials with her debut flick, SOULMATE.  After a couple of short films, Carolyn finally tackled a feature, and did so with wonderful results.  Presented by her husband, Neil Marshall (THE DESCENT) Axelle Carolyn has molded an elegant, haunting, and […]

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Review: LFO

*Editor’s note: A short background on my experience coming across Antonio Tublen’s film, LFO: I arrived in Austin, TX last year (2013) for Fantastic Fest, and immediately became lost. My phone’s battery had died, and my buds and I were pretty much in the middle of nowhere (so we thought). We sat there on a curb […]