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    Crazy Triple Features: Olive Films’ VOODOO MAN, UNDERCOVER BLUES & PHASE IV Blurays

    As weird as it can be, I love to take three films that have NOTHING to do with each other and watch them back to back. Sure, nothing beats binge watching any of my favorite franchises like the HALLOWEEN, FRIDAY THE 13TH or A NIGHTMARE ON ELM STREET films, but this odd triple feature approach […]

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    Editorial: An In Depth Look At Why TV’s SCREAM QUEENS Matters by Leonel VHS

    Lately I’ve been reveling in the fact that horror has made a huge resurgence on the small screen within the last few years. Back when I was a youngster in the late eighties, horror had a small presence on television, but albeit in a different form. Most of what was on the air then were […]

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    Interview with 8 Films To Die For’s BASTARD star Rebekah Kennedy

    When a film deals with two runaways, a suicidal cop and a newlywed couple of serial killers, you know you’re in for an experience. That’s the rundown of BASTARD, one of the 2015 batch of After Dark’s 8 Films To Die For. A film that takes typical tropes and turns them upside down, the film […]

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    Beyond Fright: Gaspar Noe’s Controversial Film LOVE Hits Bluray/DVD January 5th

    Gaspar Noe is definitely no stranger to making controversial films, with ENTER THE VOID, IRREVERSIBLE and other past movies of his being either completely out there or shocking and in your face. While his films aren’t for everyone, you can’t deny the fact that he makes films without compromise, without candy coating any topics he […]

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    Start Your New Year Right When Scream Factory Sends THE HOUSE WHERE EVIL DWELLS & GHOST WARRIOR To Bluray This January

    Scream Factory is doing a hell of a job putting out not only interesting titles by themselves, but double feature Blurays as well. Whether it’s the TALES FROM THE CRYPT/VAULT OF HORROR combo or the upcoming ELIMINATORS/THE DUNGEON MASTER double feature, it’s obvious that the gang over at SF know what their fans want and […]


Cults and Surrealism Front and Center In LIMBUS Trailer;Looks Like A Hell of a Time

All that needs to be said to reel me into a film is the word CULT. It’s the fastest way to really catch my attention, and it guarantees that I’ll be on board to check it out. Thankfully, Candy Factory Films seems to agree, because the trailer to their new film LIMBUS, is so full […]


EXCLUSIVE: Icons of Fright talks BLOOD MOON with Director Jeremy Wooding

Referee the ultimate showdown between gunslinger and lycanthrope when acclaimed western-horror Blood Moon hits DVD and Digital September 1 from Uncork’d Entertainment. The old west howls when a town is overtaken by skinwalkers. Knowing they’ve got to combine forces if they want to survive the night, the passengers of a stagecoach unite with a heroic […]


Event Report: FLASHBACK WEEKEND 2015

Today (8/8/15) I attended my second Flashback Weekend in Rosemont, Illinois. As a lifelong horror fan, I wasn’t aware that convention culture existed in the midwest until the last couple years. Last year I attended my first convention c2e2 in Chicago, primarily to meet Tony Todd as CANDYMAN is still one of the scariest movies […]

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Wild Eye Bringing Zombie Flick A PLAGUE SO PLEASANT to DVD August 25th

Wild Eye Releasing is set to unleash the upcoming zombie outbreak film A PLAGUE SO PLEASANT, when the flick hits DVD on August 25th. Revolving around a future in which zombies are somewhat of a endangered specials on par with the rare animals of today, the film looks to be giving genre fans a new […]


Review: THE GIFT

Considering Joel Edgerton acted as the director/writer/producer and star of THE GIFT, it’s safe to say that the newest Blumhouse release was sincerely presented as his vision. Bleak, unnerving, and at times, difficult to stomach, THE GIFT is a thrilling exploration of the consequences of how we treat one another.  The yuppie couple of Simon (Jason Bateman) and Robyn (Rebecca […]


New Trailer for L. Gustavo Cooper’s JUNE hits; Reminds you not to upset demonic children

Confession: the evil children subgenre of horror is one that is instantly able to sink its hooks into me. I love the stuff, and I’ll give any film that falls into that category a watch or two. The upcoming film JUNE, directed by pro skateboarder turned filmmaker L. Gustavo Cooper, just dropped its trailer and […]


First Trailer For THE LAST WITCH HUNTER Arrives; Pretty Impressive Cast

Horror/action hybrids are always a gamble to me. Sometimes they tend to discard all horror elements and end up being stale (see I, FRANKENSTEIN and the majority of the UNDERWORLD films), but then again, there are ones that combine both elements to be a great combination of both (CONSTANTINE). One film that has been on […]