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    VOD & Theatrical Screenings: How Do You Watch Horror?

    I watch a lot of horror films, and for a majority of these films, I’m watching them at home on a laptop or through a streaming service on my television.  When you live in a cultural wasteland in Middle America, it’s not very often that the hot, new horror film is going to play in […]

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    BEYOND FRIGHT REVIEW: RIVER CITY PANIC

    A few months ago, we featured a crowdfunding project called RIVER CITY PANIC from director Tyler Amm.  Not only did the film successfully reach its crowdfunding goal, but the film recently premiered theatrically on March 20th in Ottawa, IL in addition to its participation in the River City Film Fest on March 22nd.  Icons of […]

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    Icons of Fright SXSW Interview: Director Jason Krawczyk Talks HE NEVER DIED!!

    Giving genre fans a film that bypasses the typical in your face approach in favor of subtlety, Jason Krawczyk’s SXSW hit HE NEVER DIED offered up one hell of a performance by the film’s lead, former Black Flag frontman Henry Rollins. Everything about the film is an unexpected treat. and was easily one of the […]

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    Review: APPLECART

    Dustin Wayde Mills isn’t your average genre filmmaker. While other filmmakers are busy trying to appease the mass consumption of horseshit, a certain small group of filmmakers like Mills are doing what any filmmaker not following the Spielberg playbook of tentpole and blockbuster event film do: truly create art. Not in a hipster, “I’m an […]

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    Beyond Fright Interview With THE WRECKING CREW Director Denny Tedasco!!

    If you haven’t had a chance to check out Denny Tedesco’s THE WRECKING CREW, then you should stop everything you are doing and watch it right this minute. This film goes above and beyond what you would expect in a documentary, and contains the perfect mixture of music, interviews, and photographs to tell the story […]

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Review: THE HOUSES OCTOBER BUILT

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, […]

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HORROR MOVIES CAN (AND SHOULD) BE ABOUT MORE THAN JUST WHITE PEOPLE PROBLEMS

(still from IT FOLLOWS) 2014 came and went and I’m now looking ahead towards the horror of 2015.  A quick google search popped up CRIMSON PEAK, POLTERGEIST, THE FINAL GIRLS, WHAT WE DO IN THE SHADOWS, IT FOLLOWS, AMITYVILLE: THE AWAKENING, PHANTASAM V, SCOUTS VS. ZOMBIES, KITCHEN SINK, and a slew of other titles.  With […]

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Scream Factory Set To Make Your February A Busy One With Vampires, Ghosts and Slashers!

The gang at Scream Factory are making it incredibly easy to choose Valentine’s Day gifts for your significant horror loving other, with the announcement of FIVE titles, all ranging from hilarious to frightening. Personally, I’m looking forward to all of the February releases and think it’s pretty awesome how all across the board the films […]

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Fan-Made Short Film Pitch For CRITTERS Reboot Looks Great; Check it Out!!

Talks of a potential CRITTERS reboot have been making their way around circles for ages, but fans of the series that began with Stephen Herek’s 1986 film can at least know that while the only information given about the redux thus far, is that it’ll be via “Blue Ribbon Content”, the newly started digital division […]

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Editorial: Where 2014 Took Us and Where 2015 Will lead Us

2014 was a year full of interesting times. A mixed bag with so many varying degrees. With it finally being over, and 2015 starting off with a New Year’s bang for me (more on that soon), I felt the need to write this editorial piece on how 2014 led to what will, in my opinion, […]

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Icons of Fright Interview With POKER NIGHT/SEE NO EVIL 2’s Michael Eklund!!

Michael Eklund has done a hell of a job making a name for himself by playing characters that aren’t easy to forget. His role in the 2011 Xavier Gens’ directed film THE DIVIDE was pure insanity, and he stole the show in 2013’s THE CALL. Not allowing himself to slow down, in between appearing in […]

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Rob G’s Best Horror Soundtrack Releases of 2014!

Holy smokes, was this an incredible year for horror soundtrack releases on vinyl, both old and new! Last year saw a tremendous rise for collector’s firing up their old turntables and rediscovering some of their favorite horror movie scores. This year, fan favorite labels such as Death Waltz Recording Company, Waxwork Records and One Way […]