Wait, Huh? Jerry’s Most “WTF” Double Feature Experiences!

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Growing up in the ’80s, my childhood was filled to the brim to double features. Whether in the local multiplex, or at the drive-in, there wasn’t a single thing that I enjoyed more than giving the box office my couple of bucks, and seeing whatever weird ass double features they programmed. I wasn’t around during […]

90′s Kid Horror TV Spotlight: SO WEIRD

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(Author’s Note: This is part of an ongoing series where BJ Colangelo takes a trip down memory lane and talks about the kid friendly horror TV shows from the 1990s/early 2000s that helped shape her into the horror loving fangirl she is today.) Known for being the most tame and family friendly of all of […]

Exploitation Alley: FOXY BROWN!

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When  people think of the Exploitation/Blaxploitation genres, many amazing movies come to mind. If you’re awesome, one of the films that would come to mind would be this special gem. Directed by one of my personal favorite directors: Jack Hill, this 1974 film is definitely a classic. Pam Grier steals the show, and instantly becomes […]

Natty’s FIVE CHARACTERS WHO COULDN’T DIE SOON ENOUGH!

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I’ve learned a few things from my years of watching horror films. You find yourself either cheering FOR, or cringing in fear AT the “scary” characters. Whether they’re zombies, creatures, or serial killers, they either invade our hearts, or nightmares. We also cheer for the hero, or heroes,  who do whatever they can to survive..but […]

TV Review: FROM DUSK TILL DAWN: The Series (Episode Five: “SELF-CONTAINED”)

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 *Editor’s note: these episode recaps contain many spoilers, so if you haven’t seen the episode yet, we suggest watching it first After an intense shootout and having taken the Fuller family hostage, The Gecko brothers head towards the border in “Self-Contained“, the fifth episode of FROM DUSK TILL DAWN: The Series. An episode mostly contained […]

We’re Glad They Found This Footage: SIX POV MOVIES THAT WE LOVE

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Let’s be honest here. Out of 10 “found footage” type films, you’re lucky if two or three are actually enjoyable. Why the characters in said sub-genre always seems to have to document EVERYTHING might have worked early on, when the style was created, by 2014, we’ve seen so many variations of it, that the films […]

Guest Article: ARGENTO SYNDROME Author Derek Botelho’s FIVE FAVORITE DARIO ARGENTO Films!

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  *Editor’s note: Icons of Fright friend Derek Botelho is set to release his new novel, entitled, The Argento Syndrome, an in depth look at the career of horror master, Dario Argento. The book features many candid interviews with everyone from John Carpenter and Asia Argento, to screenwriter Sean Keller and many more. We asked […]

Icons and Friends Bring You: OUR FAVORITE GENRE FILM SCORES!!

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Howdy fright fiends! All of us here at Icons of Fright are pretty hardcore when it comes to being soundtrack fanatics. Whether it be Rob or Justin blasting away with their Death Waltz vinyl, or little ol’ me (Jerry), sorting through my insane amount of iTunes soundtracks or Mondo vinyl collection, the fact is that […]