Beyond Fright: Gaspar Noe’s Controversial Film LOVE Hits Bluray/DVD January 5th


Gaspar Noe is definitely no stranger to making controversial films, with ENTER THE VOID, IRREVERSIBLE and other past movies of his being either completely out there or shocking and in your face. While his films aren’t for everyone, you can’t deny the fact that he makes films without compromise, without candy coating any topics he […]

Review: I AM THOR


There’s certainly a large amount of pain and suffering that comes along with trying to fulfill your dreams. The blood, sweat, tears and toll on an individual is often overlooked and that’s an unfortunate fact. Some people face the hardships that come with territory and throw in the towel, and some endure and keep it […]

Icons of Fright’s Fave Music of 2015 Derek’s Picks Part 2: Fresh Meat

Derek's Fave Music Pt 2

While 2015 saw the return of many legends, there is still a lot of great music out from younger bands (and legends in the making). And much like a horror fan benefits from branching out to other genres from time to time, I tackled a few albums that are on the lighter side!

Icons of Fright’s Fave Music of 2015 Derek’s Picks: The Legends Return!

Derek's Fave Music 2015

2015 has been a banner year for new music, and with services like Spotify, Apple Music, Tidal, as well as the ever growing popularity of vinyl, music fans don’t have a shortage of ways to legally get a hold of the tunes they crave. ICONS OF FRIGHT has always held music close to its heart, […]

Beyond Fright Review: THE LEFTOVERS – Season One


In 2004, Tom Perrotta wrote the novel LITTLE CHILDREN, exploring the prison behind what it’s like to be normal in married suburbia. It later was turned into an Oscar winning movie starring Patrick Wilson and Kate Winslet, successfully translating the story to screen. He later wrote THE LEFTOVERS, where 2% of the world’s population suddenly […]



Right now, American action films are looking quite tame in comparison to those from other countries. In the last few years we’ve gotten groundbreaking films such as THE RAID: REDEMPTION and its sequel, THE RAID 2, as well as countless others that show that the bad CGI and poor choreography aren’t cutting it anymore. Adding […]

Beyond Fright Review: 6 YEARS


There’s somewhat of a youthful arrogance when you’re in your first long-term relationship. That naive “We’ll always be together” mentality that comes along with being with someone since you were a teenage has always made for good storytelling, and Hannah Fidell’s 6 YEARS captures just that, the moment when that long-term, only thinking of each […]

Films That Mean A Lot To Us: PUMP UP THE VOLUME


Growing up, my local video store, Major Video, was god to me. I lived across the street and to say that I spent hours in that place EVERY day after school would be the understatement of the year. It was like my second home. Looking over every single box, cardboard standout, and even forking over […]