Icons of Fright Talks SOME KIND OF HATE With Director Adam Egypt Mortimer

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It’s no secret that I absolutely loved Adam Egypt Mortimer’s SOME KIND OF HATE (review). The supernatural revenge film (starring Ronen Rubenstein and Grace Phipps and now in theaters/on iTunes/VOD) deals with a young man trying to keep his anger at bay, all while being continuously picked on, was one that deeply resonated with me. While not […]

Review: A PLAGUE SO PLEASANT

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One topic that always comes up whenever someone learns I’m a horror fan is if I watched the latest WALKING DEAD episode (or FEAR THE WALKING DEAD at the time of this writing). This question tends to come from people who wouldn’t declare themselves a horror fan, but just a casual viewer. This is something […]

Mickey Keating’s DARLING Set to Bring ‘Terror Beyond Comprehension’ To FANTASTIC FEST

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While speaking to director Mickey Keating earlier this year, the prolific filmmaker mentioned his upcoming film DARLING and how his goal was to make a film that was like a really bad drug trip, an homage to films like REPULSION, ERASERHEAD and TROUBLE EVERY DAY (interview here). Fast forward to this week, when in celebration of the […]

Bluray Review: THE SENTINEL

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The gang over at Scream Factory has another great hit on their hands, with their 9/22 release of Michael Winner’s 1977 horror classic, THE SENTINEL. A title that many fans were asking for (especially THIS one), THE SENTINEL, despite its lack of many new supplemental materials, is one to check out, because the gateway to […]

Review: SOME KIND OF HATE

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Bullying has been an absolute virus, steadily grown throughout our nation’s schools within the last decade. Whether it be over the way a kid looks, the type of music he listens to, or hell, just because he exists, the fact is that it’s grown to astronomical proportions, and it’s only a matter of time before […]

Editorial: Are sites like Rotten Tomatoes and IMDB Swaying Horror Audiences In a Negative Way?

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Last month, I called up a friend and asked if he wanted to catch a mid-day screening of Ciaran Foy’s SINISTER 2, the sequel to 2012’s Scott Derrickson-helmed SINISTER. While I was up for catching the film again, my friend said he didn’t want to go, because according to him, “Rotten Tomatoes said it wasn’t […]

Extras Revealed For Scream Factory’s Definitive LARRY FESSENDEN COLLECTION; Celebrate 30 Years of Glass Eye Pix!

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Larry Fessenden is a maverick of independent genre cinema. For thirty years, Fessenden has helped establish new voices in horror cinema, and cemented his place as a formidable force of his own with a strong range of films. 2015 aims to be the year of Glass Eye Pix thanks to a Blu-ray release from our […]

Bluray Review: THE HUNGER (1983)

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Combining the sensual approach to vampirism with the angle of treating it like a drug addiction, Tony Scott’s 1983 film THE HUNGER is now availble on Bluray, giving fans both new and old a chance to see one of the best vampire films of all time in HD. While somewhat bare when it comes to […]