Icons of Fright Teams Up With “Netflix For Horror” SCREAMBOX.COM To Give Readers FREE Subscriptions!!

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Have you ever surfed through your Netflix queue, looking for horror films and thought to yourself, “What if there was a site like Netflix, but ENTIRELY devoted to the horror genre?”? Well, fright fanatics, that is where Screambox.com enters the picture, proudly boasting a growing collection of horror films for every type of horror lover […]

Review: CHEMICAL PEEL

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Being stuck inside of a house when a chemical toxin has accidentally been released outside is already a tough pill to swallow. Throwing longtime issues between the characters and long-standing resentment into the mix, and you’ve got the ingredients to a great character driven horror drama, which is exactly what Hank Braxtan’s film, CHEMICAL PEEL is. […]

Review: SHARKNADO 2: THE NEXT ONE

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Last year’s Anthony C. Ferrante’s SHARKNADO took the world by storm, sparking an internet sensation and catapulting the B-movie into a household name, with everything from toys to kids’ pajamas being sold to help cash in on the instant pop culture phenomenon. Almost immediately after its release, a sequel was in the works, and a year […]

Icons of Fright Interview With THE HOUSES OCTOBER BUILT’s Bobby Roe & Zack Andrews!

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Filmmaking team Bobby Roe and Zack Andrews did found footage good with THE HOUSES OCTOBER BUILT(hitting limited theaters, VOD and iTunes October 10th via RLJ/Image Entertainment), doing one hell of a job making a POV film that stands on its own confident feet (our review). Taking the premise of a group going across the U.S. […]

Review: THE DEVIL INCARNATE

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Getting married should be one of the happiest times of your life. Starting a family should be up there too (if you’re into that kind of thing), but many things can put a damper on that experience, especially if it happens to be an ancient curse that awakens to wreak havoc on a life changing […]

Review: THE ABC’S OF DEATH 2

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2012’s ABC’S OF DEATH was an interesting venture. Taking 26 directors and assigning each of them a different letter of the alphabet and letting them have at it might have seemed like a good idea (and to some it was), but it ended up falling somewhere closer to a misfire than a hit. Sure, there […]

Beyond Fright Review: AMERICAN MUSCLE

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The terms “Grindhouse” and “Exploitation” both get thrown around a tad bit too much these days. People seem to say that their film is a “throwback” to those slimy, gritty films of the ’70s, and the only thing their films have in common with those older films, is that fact that there are fake dust […]

Review: THE HOUSES OCTOBER BUILT

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For the past decade or so, there has been a rising number of haunted houses or “haunts” that have taken up the majority of the Halloween season. Whether they be smaller, home-based huanted houses or warehouses decked out in scary decorations and masked workers chasing people out while trying to make them piss their pants, […]