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 […]

Get ready to Bleed when Scream Factory Unleashes STIGMATA on Bluray This May!!

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I’m a sucker for religion-themed horror. There just something absolutely enthralling about the darker side of faith battling the lighter, and the journey that whoever is in between said battle is always enjoyable to watch. With that said,  I couldn’t be more excited about Scream Factory announcing today that they’re giving 1999’s Patricia Arquette (A […]

GIVEAWAY: GET THE MUCK OUTTA HERE WHEN ICONS OF FRIGHT GIVES (3) MUCK BLURAYS AWAY FOR ST. PATRICK’S DAY!!

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Happy St. Patrick’s day, you fright fanatics!! Thanks to the wonderful folks over at Anchor Bay, we’ve got our hands on (3) Bluray copies of MUCK, the now available gory as hell film featuring Kane Hodder, a lot of blood and well…enough boobs to fill ten films, if that’s your thing. We love giving things […]

‘My Final Girl: The Black Women of 70s Horror Cinema’ is coming!

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Thanks to the wonderful site The Graveyard Shift Sisters (a blog dedicated to celebrating Women of Color in horror/sci-fi), it has been brought to our attention that an upcoming documentary promises to shed light on one of the most under-discussed topics in horror.   Titled MY FINAL GIRL: THE BLACK WOMEN OF 70s HORROR,  director Kristina Leath-Malin promises to […]

FRANKENSTEIN CREATED BIKERS IS HAPPENING!

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The digital revolution had all but rendered shooting on a film as nothing more than a pipe dream, and cinephiles were beginning to say goodbye to the medium that shaped their favorite art form from the very beginning.  The aesthetic of film is something that cannot be captured, only replicated, no matter how skilled an editor […]

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 […]

Review: VALLEY OF THE SASQUATCH

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The October People are on a roll. Taking genre subjects and injecting them into well written and acted dramas, films like Jeremy Berg’s THE INVOKING and THE DEVICE have done a great job giving viewers an old school, slow-burn approach to storytelling, all while being completely engrossing while doing so. Now switching roles a bit, […]