Review: CAMP DREAD

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The reality TV obsessed addiction of today is such a great subject to dissect via a good horror film. Unfortunately, though, when most films attempt to do such dissecting, they end up falling as flat as the reality TV shows that they’re referencing. Harrison Smith’s CAMP DREAD is a film that even with having a handful […]

The Flesh-Eating Virus Returns In New Sequel CABIN FEVER: PATIENT ZERO!

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Who would have thought Eli Roth’s directorial debut would spawn not one, but two sequels (with a third reportedly on the way too)?! The latest installment is CABIN FEVER: PATIENT ZERO, which sees the nasty flesh-eating virus taking a vacation to infect some partygoers. Also Sean Astin is in it, so, there’s that. After the […]

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 […]

Fright Exclusive Interview: CAMP DREAD/SLEEPAWAY CAMP’s Felissa Rose!

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Felissa Rose became known to horror fans as Angela, the camper-turned killer in  the classic slasher film, SLEEPAWAY CAMP. A long time friend of Icons (read our previous, in depth interview with her here), Felissa was nice enough to answer a few short questions from us, regarding her new role in CAMP DREAD, hitting DVD […]

Review: STAGE FRIGHT (2014)

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The “horror musical” concept is a bit of an oddity in cinema history. Surely, everyone is aware of the most popular grandaddy of them all, THE ROCKY HORROR PICTURE SHOW, or Brian DePalma’s underrated classic (that came one year prior in 1974), THE PHANTOM OF THE PARADISE, which has found a new appreciation in later […]

Beyond Fright Review: THE MACHINE (2014)

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  Creating an science-fiction film that not only spins a good yarn, but also makes its viewers think is something that just isn’t all to common these days, as the majority of what comes out in the sci-fi genre seems to be either a graphic novel adaption of something popular or  a huge studio tent-pole […]

DVD/Bluray Review: HOLLISTON SEASON TWO

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  Season two of FEARnet‘s horror-sitcom HOLLISTON hits Bluray April 8th, and fans of the show who haven’t caught the second outing yet can expect the same hybrid of comedy and horror references, mixed with the first season’s genre cameos, multiplied by twenty…and that’s not a bad thing. THE DISC: Season two of HOLLISTON amps […]

TV Review: FROM DUSK TILL DAWN (Episode 4: LET’S GET RAMBLIN)

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*SPOILERS AHEAD!* Following three previous episodes full of some solid storytelling, FROM DUSK TILL DAWN: The Series starts its fourth episode, “Let’s Get Ramblin’” with Freddie heading towards the border, the Gecko brothers covering up the mutilated body of the bank teller, and a short flashback involving Jacob, preaching to his former congregation. Present day, […]