Stanley Film Fest REVIEW: SUN CHOKE

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There’s something incredibly remarkable that comes along with coming across a film that not only entertains you, but makes you feel such a wide range of emotions while taking a journey with the film’s characters. When films that play within those vastly huge range of emotions, it’s easy for them to transcend whatever “genre” they’re […]

Tribeca Review: APPLESAUCE

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Bypassing the sarcastic vampire approach of last year’s SUMMER OF BLOOD (S.O.B.) for a film revolving around severed body parts and infidelity, director Onur Tukel returns with APPLESAUCE, a film that not only supplies enough laughs and awkward moments to fill an Andy Kaufman special, but also raises the question of whether or not sins of […]

Colorado’s Stanley Film Festival is Set to unleash COOTIES Opening Night!!

Last year’s Stanley Film Festival in Colorado was easily the talk of the festival circuit, with everything from live performance of TALES FROM BEYOND THE PALE, to an all encompassing cult-like mystery that the festival’s attendees were all subjected to, the fest was out of this world. All taking place from Colorado’s infamous Stanley Hotel, […]

Icons of Fright SXSW Interview: Director Jason Krawczyk Talks HE NEVER DIED!!

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Giving genre fans a film that bypasses the typical in your face approach in favor of subtlety, Jason Krawczyk’s SXSW hit HE NEVER DIED offered up one hell of a performance by the film’s lead, former Black Flag frontman Henry Rollins. Everything about the film is an unexpected treat. and was easily one of the […]

V/H/S Star Hannah Fierman Joins Cast of Crowdfunded Film EVENTS SURROUNDING A PEEPING TOM & THE HORROR THAT FOLLOWED!

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The scariest part of the first V/H/S film was easily the performance of Hannah Fierman, the infamous “I LIKE YOU” girl in the “Amateur Night” segment. Ever sense viewing that segment, I have been absolutely interested in what Fierman has been up to, project wise, and news has come our way that she has officially […]

SXSW Review: HE NEVER DIED

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The mention of Henry Rollins tends to bring the idea of a ticking time bomb, ready to blow at any second. The former Black Flag/Rollins Band front-man is known for his colossal amount of energy and pretty strong presence in general. Having previously appeared in films like FEAST and TV shows such as Sons of […]

SXSW Q&A: CROW HAND!!! Director Brian Lonano!!

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As previously reported (review), the short film CROW HAND!!! was one of our favorite shorts at this year’s SXSW festival, and we thought we’d ask director Brian Lonano a few questions about what in the living hell inspires such a funny yet gruesome (and lovable) short film. Check it out when you get a chance, […]

SXSW Review: WE ARE STILL HERE

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There comes a time in every subgenre of horror, when as viewers, we’ve just seen it all. Slasher films lost their edge a few years into the ‘80s and the teenage whodunit horror films of the late ‘90s lost their appeal not long after making their mark. In the last few years, the haunted house […]