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    Scream Factory Brings Vincent Price Anthology FROM A WHISPER TO A SCREAM To Bluray This April!

    Scream Factory is bringing yet another badass anthology your way, when they give a brand new collector’s edition Bluray of the 1987 Jeff Burr (LEATHERFACE: TCM III, STEPFATHER 2)-helmed FROM A WHISPER TO A SCREAM (also known as THE OFFSPRING) to shelves on April 28th. Set in a single small town, the film is a […]

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    Icons of Fright Interview With EJECTA/PONTYPOOL Screenwriter Tony Burgess!!

    Screenwriter/actor Tony Burgess has done a hell of a job creating a name for himself by writing such unique genre films that really stand out from most others. Films like the awesome PONTYPOOL and the disgustingly surreal, yet completely entertaining SEPTIC MAN, are just two examples of a screenwriter who refuses to be confined by […]

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    Review: EJECTA

    Alien abduction films have a power of planting a seed of thought, a small fraction of an idea inside of its viewer, one that makes you picture the worsts of situations one could come upon. When done right, they can frighten us as a viewers, implant the scary idea and question of “What if we […]

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    Review: VANISH

    It’s a very satisfactory feeling to come across films these days that are concerned with not only being entertaining, but a lot of FUN. Films that are not only throwbacks to the exploitation films of the old days, but are also able to recapture that feeling of bloody and hilariously  fun genre films (another one […]

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    Get A Double Dose of CARRIE When Scream Factory Releases CARRIE/THE RAGE: CARRIE 2 To Bluray This April!!

    Don’t we all love us some telekinetic teenage angst? The gang over at Scream Factory certainly do, and are set unleash a double dose of Carrie White onto Bluray, when the double feature of 2002’s Angela Bettis-led CARRIE adaption and Kat Shea’s 1999 CARRIE sequel, THE RAGE: CARRIE 2 hits shelves on April 14th. While […]

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Review: GIRL HOUSE

The slasher sub-genre is a very hit or miss one, with so many films boasting about hosting the brand new slasher icon and really just being more of the same. It’s a type of horror film that when it doesn’t work, it’s frustrating, but when it does, you’re left with a wide open grin. Giving […]

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Icons of Fright Interview With GIRL HOUSE Director Trevor Matthews

Director Trevor Matthews might be one up and coming force to reckoned with when it comes to the horror genre. Having played the stressed out and pissed off title character in 2007’s JACK BROOKS: MONSTER SLAYER, Matthews has now unleashed his first feature directorial debut, the very entertaining (and VERY SCARY) GIRL HOUSE (out now in […]

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Icons of Fright Interview With V/H/S: VIRAL’s “Bonestorm” directors, Benson/Moorhead

Justin Benson and Aaron Moorhead have done an excellent job making a name for themselves with not only releasing one of the most unique genre films in years, RESOLUTION, but have made waves with their upcoming romantic horror story, SPRING. The up and coming directorial duo have a knack for giving interesting stories to viewers […]

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FRIGHT AT HOME: February 17th

It’s a pretty decent week for horror lovers, with the February 17th release of not only the latest in the popular V/H/S series hitting DVD/Bluray, but also the wonderfully entertaining documentary LIFE ITSELF, as well as various other genre and film-related entries. Thankfully, the gang at Icons of Fright have had the chance to take […]

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Icons of Fright Interview With FEAR CLINIC’s Thomas Dekker!

Beginning his acting career very young, FEAR CLINIC‘s Thomas Dekker has worked with everyone from John Carpenter to Jerry Seinfeld and most people in between. Always jumping into each role and doing a hell of a job with them, Dekker’s always good, even if certain films might not have been (I’m not the biggest fan […]

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Review: WYRMWOOD: ROAD OF THE DEAD

Sometimes, things you write can come back and bite you in the ass. Case in point: in my recent review of the greatly entertaining ZOMBIE KILLERS: ELEPHANT’S GRAVEYARD, I wrote about how enjoyable the subtlety and quiet tone of the film was. Feeling bombarded with fast paced, in your face zombie films, I prefer ones […]

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Beyond Fright Review: THE WRECKING CREW!

No matter who or how old you are, you have to admit that quite a few great pieces of music was birthed in the 1960’s. People fortunate enough to be around back in that wonderful era of music had plenty of great songs to listen to, and if, like myself,  you weren’t around, there’s is always the […]