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    Fantasia Review: LET ME MAKE YOU A MARTYR

    This year’s 20th anniversary edition of the Fantasia Film Festival has been hitting home runs, left and right, with films like THE ALCHEMIST COOKBOOK, SLASH and now Corey Asraf and John Swab’s LET ME MAKE YOU A MARTYR. A southern noir thriller, as dirty and grimy as it gets, the film really goes for the […]

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    Electric Entertainment Acquires Tribeca hit FEAR, INC. ; Release Set For This October!

    Having made some waves at this year’s Tribeca Film Festival, the Vincent Masciale-helmed FEAR, INC. has found a home with Dean Devlin’s Electric Entertainment, which plans a VOD release on October 21st. The film revolves around a group of people who sign up for a game that helps you realize and confront your deepest and darkest fears, […]

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    FANTASIA Review: TRAIN TO BUSAN

    When we think of a zombie apocalypse we conjure up images of cities burning and mass hysteria.  “The Walking Dead” has shown us the desolate landscape of Alexandria overrun by zombies whereas films such as WORLD WAR Z depict the horror of a zombie apocalypse on a global scale.  Films and television shows surrounding zombies […]

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    Beyond Fright Interview: Writer/Director Rob Hawk Talks FIGHT VALLEY, MMA/UFC-led Action Films

    Opening today (July 22nd), Rob Hawk’s FIGHT VALLEY explores the death of a female fighter, who was killed during an underground fighting ring and stars UFC Bantamweight champion Miesha Tate, Ronda Rousey-defeater Holly Holm, and UFC newbie Cris “Cyborg.” The action film is one that’s very realistic and quite an enjoyable experience. We thought it would […]

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    Comic Review: THE BERZERK DEATH DEALER

    Over the last few years I’ve grown such a huge admiration for horror comics. It was a genre I wasn’t too familiar with aside from a few TALES FROM THE CRYPT issues that found their way into my chubby hands when I was a kid. For a long time there, it seemed like comics were […]

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Fantasia Review: LET ME MAKE YOU A MARTYR

This year’s 20th anniversary edition of the Fantasia Film Festival has been hitting home runs, left and right, with films like THE ALCHEMIST COOKBOOK, SLASH and now Corey Asraf and John Swab’s LET ME MAKE YOU A MARTYR. A southern noir thriller, as dirty and grimy as it gets, the film really goes for the […]

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Electric Entertainment Acquires Tribeca hit FEAR, INC. ; Release Set For This October!

Having made some waves at this year’s Tribeca Film Festival, the Vincent Masciale-helmed FEAR, INC. has found a home with Dean Devlin’s Electric Entertainment, which plans a VOD release on October 21st. The film revolves around a group of people who sign up for a game that helps you realize and confront your deepest and darkest fears, […]

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FANTASIA Review: TRAIN TO BUSAN

When we think of a zombie apocalypse we conjure up images of cities burning and mass hysteria.  “The Walking Dead” has shown us the desolate landscape of Alexandria overrun by zombies whereas films such as WORLD WAR Z depict the horror of a zombie apocalypse on a global scale.  Films and television shows surrounding zombies […]

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Beyond Fright Interview: Writer/Director Rob Hawk Talks FIGHT VALLEY, MMA/UFC-led Action Films

Opening today (July 22nd), Rob Hawk’s FIGHT VALLEY explores the death of a female fighter, who was killed during an underground fighting ring and stars UFC Bantamweight champion Miesha Tate, Ronda Rousey-defeater Holly Holm, and UFC newbie Cris “Cyborg.” The action film is one that’s very realistic and quite an enjoyable experience. We thought it would […]

Bezerk

Comic Review: THE BERZERK DEATH DEALER

Over the last few years I’ve grown such a huge admiration for horror comics. It was a genre I wasn’t too familiar with aside from a few TALES FROM THE CRYPT issues that found their way into my chubby hands when I was a kid. For a long time there, it seemed like comics were […]

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Fantasia Review: THE ALCHEMIST COOKBOOK

One of the many wonderful things about covering film festivals is how with every one you attend, you end up discovering new gems. Films which don’t play by the typical Hollywood rules, think outside of the box and offer their viewers fresh and interesting new takes on telling great genre stories. Fantasia is that type […]

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Fantasia Short Film Review: THE STYLIST

Currently set to screen at the 20th anniversary edition of the Fantasia International Film Festival as part of the diverse short film programming is one of the finest and finely crafted short films you will see this year. Featuring the talented Najarra Townsend (CONTRACTED), written by Eric Havens (CALL GIRL) and helmed by “Sixx Tape’s” […]