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    Fantastic Fest Review: THE VOID

    Perhaps one of the most visual and distinctive horror films to be screened at this year’s FANTASTIC FEST is Jeremy Gillespie and Steven Kostanski’s visually disturbing and edgy film THE VOID, which played as part of the “midnight madness” selections at the festival. Moving away from the twisted humor of films like FATHER’S DAY and MANBORG, the writers, […]

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    GIVEAWAY: Win A Bluray Copy of Refn’s Latest, THE NEON DEMON!!

    Nicolas Winding Refn is one of few directors who live by the auteur approach, making each film his way and whether you are or aren’t a fan, it’s impossible to deny that the guy has an eye for details and the style of such details. Refn’s newest, the glitz, glamour and violence-filled film THE NEON […]

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    Fantastic Fest Review: SAFE NEIGHBORHOOD

    We all have dreams of being with someone older than us. The one that is out of reach and sits only in our fantasy like a teacher, co-worker or perhaps a babysitter. In director Chris Peckover’s latest horror film SAFE NEIGHBORHOOD, we learn that such desires can be deadly. Opening as a similar story line […]

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    Fantastic Fest Review: THE INVISIBLE GUEST

    Kicking off the latest incarnation of the Austin, Texas based genre bending film festival FANTASTIC FEST, fans got to witness the intense and powerhouse crime thriller THE INVISIBLE GUEST from Spain. As nervous laughs weaved through the theater, the audience was shown great respect by the project as a whole with smart execution, pinpoint timing […]

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    Artist Derek West Talks PURSUIT: THE SEARCH FOR BIGFOOT and The 4 BEST BIGFOOT FILMS

    Editor’s Note: Artist and Bigfoot enthusiast Derek West loves all things Sasquatch. The guy is a walking encyclopedia on the subject and when he’s not painting what I consider to be some of the best and most creatively interesting pieces or art (here), he’s pretty devoted to the Bigfoot cause. When PURSUIT: THE SEARCH FOR […]

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Review: BETA TEST

The world of video games has come a long way in such a short period time. The simple side scrollers I loved as a kid have now become a thing of nostalgia and sometimes prove to gimmick for indie games so that they can come off as retro. SUPER MARIO 64 was a bit of […]

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TV Review: OUTCAST Episode 9: “Close to Home”

This is the last episode before the season finale and the show runners for sure make you feel it. It opens with Megan hurting herself, reminiscing of all the awful things going on her life. She has an embarrassing incident by vomiting in front of the entire school only to find out that she’s inconveniently […]

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Icons of Fright talks THE MIND’S EYE With Actor Graham Skipper!!

Director Joe Begos’ latest film THE MIND’S EYE opened in select theaters and VOD yesterday,  with acclaim and praises from within the horror community. In celebration of that, I got to sit down with star Graham Skipper to discuss what it’s like to have telekinetic powers, work in negative 27 degrees and see the process […]

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Principle Photography Begins on Alien Invasion Films THE RECALL; First Promotional Art Revealed!

Minds Eye Entertainment, in association with Bridgegate Pictures and VMI Worldwide, who have produced such films as HELLION with Aaron Paul and THE TALL MAN with Jessica Biel, have announced that the production of the Sci-Fi /Horror film, THE RECALL, has begun principle photography in British Columbia, Canada. The film, which stars RJ Mitte (“Breaking Bad”), […]

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Jay Kay’s TOP FOUR FANTASIA FILM FESTIVAL PICKS

FOUR FILM FAVORITES FROM THE 2016 FANTASIA INTERNATIONAL FILM FESTIVAL The massive under taking that is the FANTASIA INTERNATIONAL FILM FESTIVAL is a celebration of culture, art, community and film. I was fortunate enough to attend the final weekend of the festival that comprised theater screenings as well as what was available for viewing in […]

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Icons of Fright Talks SUN CHOKE With Sarah Hagan!

This past October, I remember being in Los Angeles and seeing a poster for an upcoming independent thriller called SUN CHOKE.  I didn’t know much about it at the time but something about it intrigued me and I cataloged it in my head as something to keep on my radar.  A few weeks ago I […]

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Review: IN MEMORIUM

I never have understood the hate for found footage movies. Yes, it may be a cheaper alternative in making films, but it’s definitely the easiest way to create a good jump scare and audiences dig it. One of my main joys in life is sitting in a crowded theater and hearing everyone scream and laugh […]