Review: STRANGE BLOOD

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Most horror fans can agree that with so many styles and sub-genres that can be chosen from when that weekend itch for a movie comes along, it’s sometimes impossible to decide on the right one to grab the popcorn and get cozy on the sofa with. There comes those nights where one is in the […]

Beyond Fright: GHOST B.C. Returns With “Cirice”

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School talent shows can be filled with tension and fear, as the performers are anxious to perform in front of their fellow classmates and parents. Things can get pretty frightening for all involved, as the audience isn’t quite sure what they will see next; a future star or someone that should look up the word […]

Review: INFERNAL

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In June of 1975, a film was released in theaters that quickly became an international blockbuster, one that would ignite the fear of going to the beach in the American movie-going public and one which would make cinematic history. That film was Jaws. Ultimately grossing over 124 million dollars within only a few months, filmmakers […]

Icons of Fright Chats With WE ARE STILL HERE Director Ted Geoghegan!!

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Directing your first feature film can be daunting. It’s so easy to not quite now what you’re getting into, and even easier to put out a very flawed debut. As a horror (and film in general) fan though, there is nothing better than being able to witness the birth or a true genre auteur, one […]

CRUSH THE SKULL Premieres Thursday At The LA Film Festival; EXCLUSIVE Poster!

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Viet Nguyen (iZOMBIE, Play It Again, Dick)’s directorial feature CRUSH THE SKULL is set to make its world premiere this Thursday (June 11th) at this week’s LA Film Festival, and to celebrate the intelligent comedy/horror hybrid, Icons of Fright was sent the exclusive poster for the robbers vs. serial killers film and it’s the kind […]

FICTIONAL FRIGHTS: David Martin’s “Into The Night”

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For our second entry into our new FICTIONAL FRIGHTS column, we’re going a completely different direction. While the first story was a rock-n-roll, bloody time, “Into the Night” by David Martin goes a completely different way, injecting readers into another time and world in which there are things that threaten our Medieval characters’ very existence. […]

Beyond Fright Review: THE AFTERMATH

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Drugs and alcohol can do a lot to people. I’ve seen first  hand how much destruction that falling into overuse of whatever vices one has can do to a life, and it can get quite ugly. When it comes to the subject of addiction in film though, it’s always a mixed bag, with either actors […]

Review: EVIL BONG 420

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Let’s be honest here, you’re not exactly expecting CHINATOWN or CITIZEN KANE when you sit down to watch a film called EVIL BONG 420. Charles Band and his Full Moon Pictures company knows exactly what they want to make and do a hell of a job doing so. I’ve never understood hate towards films like […]