TV Review: DEAD OF SUMMER – Episode 3: “Mix Tape”

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There was a time when I would sit around the radio and wait for my favorite song to play. If I could catch it in time, then I could hit the REC and PLAY button at the same and have it taped onto a cassette. I was very OCD about it and deem the recording […]

Interviews: Horror Film Festival Promoters of the Northeast – Part 2

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Putting together a film festival of any type takes time, commitment (or committed), a reliable team, a diverse lineup, luck plus so much more. We sat down with four of the most well established genre film festivals that have survived & thrived for over five years in the northeast part of North America. These four […]

FICTIONAL FRIGHTS: Heather Buckley’s “Streets”

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What a way to dust off our FICTIONAL FRIGHTS column that this intense short story from film critic/journalist/Producer Heather Buckley (Dread Central, Fangoria, Vulture). One of the most unique voices in film journalism, Buckley writes the same as she speaks: with passion and fervor, with an in your face force of nature that is always […]

Icons of Fright Interview With BACHELOR GAMES Star Charlie Bewley

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When one thinks of a Bachelor party, we don’t think about running for our lives in the Andes desert by a creature only known as “The Hunter”; however, in Edward McGown’s latest film BACHELOR GAMES (hitting VOD on July 8th), that’s exactly what happens.  To learn more about why the groomsmen are being stalked, Icons of […]

EVENT REPORT: American Murder Song’s “II” E.P. Launch

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Last year, while attending the “Alleluia: The Devil’s Carnival” tour, Terrance Zdunich addressed the crowd of rabid Devil Carnival fans to inform us that he was working on a new project with frequent collaborator Saar Hendelman called AMERICAN MURDER SONG.  As the months went on, the popularity of AMERICAN MURDER SONG grew and a devoted […]

Interviews: Horror Film Festival Promoters of the Northeast – Part 1

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Putting together a film festival of any type takes time, commitment (or committed), a reliable team, a diverse lineup, luck plus so much more. We sat down with four of the most well established genre film festivals that have survived & thrived for over five years in the northeast part of North America. These four […]

Icons of Fright Chat with CARNAGE PARK Director Mickey Keating!

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One of the most prolific, up and coming directors working in genre films today, filmmaker Mickey Keating is an inspiration to those who have a dream and a passion. From his cult-based shocker film RITUAL, all the way to the alien conspiracy-filled POD, the Polanski homage of DARLING and now CARNAGE PARK, Keating wears his […]

THE NEW BLOOD – Jay Kay

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*Editor’s note – We’re very happy to have radio host/journalist/all around jack of all trades, Jay Kay, as part of the Icons of Fright team. The guy’s passion for all things horror is infectious and his “all across the board” approach to horror writing/hosting is something we’re always happy to see. As part of our […]