Warner Bros.’ ARCHIVE COLLECTION Covering All Bases With Everything From WOLFEN to Noir-Classic SATAN MET A LADY

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Warner Bros.’ Archive Collection has been doing quite the job giving genre and non-genre fans an extensive amount of DVD and Bluray releases of classic horror, crime noir and comedy films, some of which are available for the first time. Sure there are QUITE a lot of new genre films to keep us busy for […]

Bluray Review: VALERIE AND HER WEEK OF WONDERS

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A surreal and beautiful piece of Czechoslovakian New Wave Cinema, Jaromi Jires’ VALERIE AND HER WEEK OF WONDERS finally hits Bluray thanks to the gang at Criterion, and hot damn is it one film to run out and get, immediately. A beautifully shot, and fantastically layered story of a young woman coming into her own […]

Beyond Fright Review: GANGLAND: UNDERCOVER, Season One

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Sons of Anarchy fans crying either over the fact that their favorite show is done or the fact that they wasted so many hours of their lives watching a soap opera on wheels now has a show that actually FEELS like you’re right up in the mix of one of history’s wildest gangs, in A&E’s GANGLAND: […]

Icons of Fright Interview with CRUSH THE SKULL’s Co-writer/Star Chris Dinh and Co-writer/Director Viet Nguyen!!

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Viet Nguyen’s CRUSH THE SKULL absolutely crushed us (see what I did there?) during its LA Film Festival screening. The horror/comedy hybrid works so well on both levels, and is one of the most original films that genre fans can see (when it comes out). We thought it would be nice to have a chat […]

Review: FELT

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“My life is a fucking nightmare.” That opening line sets the tone for FELT, spoken in voice over by Amy (Amy Everson, who co-wrote the film with directed Jason Banker, (TOAD ROAD), based on experiences in her past) as she is walking barefoot down the street, sporting what looks to be a frog onesie. I’m […]

Review: BOUND TO VENGEANCE

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Women in peril only to exact vengeance on the men who do them wrong is pretty much its own genre now, especially in the horror community. What’s unfortunate is it is commonly used as a motif to allow plenty of screen time for graphic rape sequences. While it can add to a movie’s overall arc, […]

Brand New Poster/Fantasia Screening Info For Adam Egypt Mortimer’s SOME KIND OF HATE!!

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Early last month, we told you fright fanatics that Image Entertainment had acquired the Adam Egypt Mortimer-helmed SOME KIND OF HATE, a film that I for one, cannot wait to check out. Mortimer has done a hell of a job juggling producing (the upcoming horror anthology HOLIDAYS), directing, and even put out a pretty great […]

FICTIONAL FRIGHTS – David Martin’s BRIDEGROOM OF BLOOD!!

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Keeping with the series’ weekly output of varying types of horror fiction, we’ve got another fine story of fear from our friend David Martin. This time, he’s giving you fright fanatics, “Bridegroom of Blood“, a tale of a husband, his wife, a demonic statue, and the letter than ties them all together. It’s a good […]