FRIGHT AT HOME – July 7th, 2015: Arnold, Aliens, Ghosts and Robots!!

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This  a week of releases that really spread all across the board, with everything from Scream Factory’s releases of DARK SUMMER and ALIEN OUTPOST, to the Schwarzenegger-led zombie drama MAGGIE, and tons of other films that really give cinephiles a solid amount of variety to choose from. We thought we’d take a few of the […]

EDITORIAL: MAGGIE, THE MIST and Why Children In Peril Are Important Elements In Horror

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This is not a review. In fact, if you’re looking for a recap of the now on DVD/Bluray Schwarzenegger film MAGGIE, look elsewhere. What this is, for all intents and purposes, is something of an editorial, a reflection on why the presence of children in danger and what can sometimes come from that element is an […]

FICTIONAL FRIGHTS: Garet Payne’s SIGNATURE OF EVIL

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Hello fright fanatics! Now that that 4th of July hangover has faded into a memory and the fireworks are all over and done with, this July 5th FICTIONAL FRIGHTS story comes at you, right from our most recent submission, courtesy of Garet Payne. A story of child actors, fanatic fans and something that may or […]

Jovy Skol’s TEN BEST OPENING KILLS IN HORROR

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Alfred Hitchcock shocked audiences in 1960 with his black and white classic PSYCHO when he decided to kill of leading lady Janet Leigh in the first 45 minutes. Her death scene was considered brutal and almost pornographic in the standards of that day, but Hitchcock didn’t care. He wanted to scare and take you by […]

FRIGHT AT HOME – June 30th brings PIT STOP, The BRONX Trilogy from Casterrari, GHOST HOUSE/WITCHERY

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We like to tell you fright fanatics about weekly releases that really stand out to us. We could go down the line about every single release, like every other site does, and there’s nothing wrong with that. What Fright At Home is about though, is letting you genre (and non-genre) lovers about releases that makes […]

FICTIONAL FRIGHTS – David Martin’s BRIDEGROOM OF BLOOD!!

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Keeping with the series’ weekly output of varying types of horror fiction, we’ve got another fine story of fear from our friend David Martin. This time, he’s giving you fright fanatics, “Bridegroom of Blood“, a tale of a husband, his wife, a demonic statue, and the letter than ties them all together. It’s a good […]

Jovy Skol’s FIVE FAVORITE REVENGE FILMS

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Editor’s note: Friend of Icons of Fright, Jovy Skol, wrote this little list of his five favorite revenge films. Filled with everything from multiple countries, his picks are pretty solid, and worth checking out if you have yet to do so. -Jerry Cannibal Holocaust An American film crew disappears in the Amazon rain forest while […]

FICTIONAL FRIGHTS: Jerry Smith’s “I’M TIRED OF DYING (Who killed me?!)”

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Well, I figure since we’ve been able to kick off our FICTIONAL FRIGHTS series with two very entertaining short stories, courtesy of Sean Keller and David Martin, that it was time for me to throw my hat into the ring, so to speak. The reason I started FICTIONAL FRIGHTS, was to give writers an outlet […]