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    Awesome Poster Debut For Drafthouse Films’ Bloody and Wild Film, WHY DON’T YOU PLAY IN HELL?

    Let’s just start this out with a simple statement: SEE THIS MOVIE. Sion Sono’s COLD FISH was one genuinely unforgettable experience and now his followup, WHY DON’T YOU PLAY IN HELL? is set to make viewers’ eyes open even wider than before. A complete homage to 35mm action films, WHY DON’T YOU PLAY IN HELL? […]

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    Review: INNER DEMONS

    Addiction is scarier than any horror film. The way in which drugs, alcohol or any other substances can overtake someone and cause them to become somebody completely different than who they truly are, is a terrifyingly real issue, and while it’s been tackled in a couple of genre films over the last couple of years […]

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    Beyond Fright Double Review: IFC’s WOLF/HELLION

    I’ve always been drawn to films that have lead characters that don’t fall into a black or white area, ones that are in a very grey place. Characters like those ones tend to stay with you after watching the films they inhabit, and are able to make you stop and think for a while, making […]

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    Beyond Fright Review: COLD IN JULY

    Let’s just start this with an obvious statement: Jim Mickle is one of the best directors working today. Very few filmmakers have a track record as solid as Mickles, a track record of improving more and more with every single release. His 2006 debut, MULBERRY STREET showed horror fans a brand new take on a […]

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    Review: THE PARANORMAL DIARIES: CLOPHILL

    Found footage is in full effect, with entries like WILLOW CREEK, DELIVERY: THE BEAST WITHIN, THE DEVIL INCARNATE and the upcoming (and VERY good) CREEP all have either hit or getting ready to hit your screens just within this year. What’s made 2014 so interesting, is how most of the found footage-ish films have all done things […]

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Awesome Poster Debut For Drafthouse Films’ Bloody and Wild Film, WHY DON’T YOU PLAY IN HELL?

Let’s just start this out with a simple statement: SEE THIS MOVIE. Sion Sono’s COLD FISH was one genuinely unforgettable experience and now his followup, WHY DON’T YOU PLAY IN HELL? is set to make viewers’ eyes open even wider than before. A complete homage to 35mm action films, WHY DON’T YOU PLAY IN HELL? […]

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Review: INNER DEMONS

Addiction is scarier than any horror film. The way in which drugs, alcohol or any other substances can overtake someone and cause them to become somebody completely different than who they truly are, is a terrifyingly real issue, and while it’s been tackled in a couple of genre films over the last couple of years […]

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Beyond Fright Double Review: IFC’s WOLF/HELLION

I’ve always been drawn to films that have lead characters that don’t fall into a black or white area, ones that are in a very grey place. Characters like those ones tend to stay with you after watching the films they inhabit, and are able to make you stop and think for a while, making […]

Cold-In-July

Beyond Fright Review: COLD IN JULY

Let’s just start this with an obvious statement: Jim Mickle is one of the best directors working today. Very few filmmakers have a track record as solid as Mickles, a track record of improving more and more with every single release. His 2006 debut, MULBERRY STREET showed horror fans a brand new take on a […]

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Review: THE PARANORMAL DIARIES: CLOPHILL

Found footage is in full effect, with entries like WILLOW CREEK, DELIVERY: THE BEAST WITHIN, THE DEVIL INCARNATE and the upcoming (and VERY good) CREEP all have either hit or getting ready to hit your screens just within this year. What’s made 2014 so interesting, is how most of the found footage-ish films have all done things […]

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Icons of Fright Interview With THE DEMON’S ROOK Director James Sizemore

If you’re a fan of practical and gory, balls to the wall horror, then be ready. The upcoming Tribeca Films’ release (hitting iTunes and VOD September 30th), THE DEMON’S ROOK, is a horror film that lovers of Italian horror, practical effects and just good ol’ splatter-filled carnage can sink their teeth into. A truly independent venture, […]

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Review: DELIVERY: THE BEAST WITHIN

Possessed pregnancies seems to be a subgenre that is alive and booming, with film likes DEVIL’S DUE, THE DEVIL INCARNATE and now Brian Netto’s  DELIVERY: THE BEAST WITHIN. I don’t know if someone in independent horror land just wants to steer potential baby-makers away from having a kid with stories of the devil executing his […]