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    Review: POLTERGEIST (2015)

    When the announcement of a POLTERGEIST remake hit the internet, it was next to impossible to ignore the cries and groans from friends/acquaintances who were absolutely livid at the thought of one of horror’s classics being given the dreaded redux. Never letting that sway my interest in giving everything a fair shake, I decided to […]

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    Review: REALITY

    When Quentin Dupieux arrived on the scene with his surreal (and VERY weird)”slasher tire” film, RUBBER, it was instantly apparent that this was a filmmaker who had absolutely no intention in making a point A to point B kind of film. It was a breath of fresh air, and his following films, WRONG, WRONG COPS […]

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    Bluray Review: STIGMATA

    Fans of religious horror can jump up and down (or..just pray??), with Scream Factory’s Bluray release of Rupert Wainwright’s 1999 thriller, STIGMATA, a film that didn’t quite find its audience theatrically, but has since become something of a cult hit for genre lovers. How does the release hold up, compared to the titles we’ve come […]

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    BEYOND FRIGHT: Heist Gone Wrong Film 7 MINUTES Gets Poster/Trailer/Release Date

    I don’t know about you fright fanatics, but I’m a massive fan of heist films. DOG DAY AFTERNOON, HEAT, and every other great entry into what can easily be one of the best intense genres around if done right. One film that seems to be a good contender into that kind of movie is Jay […]

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    5 Things I Learned From Gunnar Hansen’s ‘Chain Saw Confidential’

    Tobe Hooper’s original 1974 classic ‘The Texas Chain Saw Massacre‘ is not only one of the greatest horror movies ever made, but it also happens to be one of my all time favorite films of any genre. And even now, 40 years later, I still revisit it often, read articles and books, watch any & […]

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Stanley Film Fest REVIEW: SUN CHOKE

There’s something incredibly remarkable that comes along with coming across a film that not only entertains you, but makes you feel such a wide range of emotions while taking a journey with the film’s characters. When films that play within those vastly huge range of emotions, it’s easy for them to transcend whatever “genre” they’re […]

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Bluray Review: MAD MAX

Easily one of the most influential films of all time, George Miller’s 1979 post-apocalyptic classic, MAD MAX, hits shelves today is a Collector’s Edition Bluray, and like a lot of Scream Factory’s output, it’s a sight to be seen. Whether you’re putting on your leather boots and outfits in anticipation of the greatly anticipated MAD MAX: […]

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Peaches Christ: A True Icon of Fright

Edgy, provocative, and often hilarious, the drag scene is one of the most fascinating forms of entertainment. We now live in a world of demanded political correctness, and while the drag scene has greatly evolved over the last few years, the taboo sensationalism of it all still rings true.  Thanks to the success of Logo’s RuPaul’s […]

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Hasselhoff, Blair, Witches and Clown Dolls Arrive when Scream Factory Unleashes GHOSTHOUSE/WITCHERY Double Feature This June!!

Who DOESN’T need a little bit of the Hoff in their lives? This morning, Scream Factory announced the upcoming June 30th release of one weird double feature Bluray featuring both GHOSTHOUSE and WITCHERY.  If you haven’t seen these two, then you’re in for one hell of a time, with GHOSTHOUSE featuring demonic spirits and clown […]

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Image Entertainment Acquires Stanley Film Fest hit SOME KIND OF HATE

Fresh out of making one hell of a splash at this week’s Stanley Film Festival, the Adam Egypt Mortimer-helmed horror flick SOME KIND OF HATE, has now been acquired by Image Entertainment/RLJ, joining Joe Dante’s BURYING THE EX and another film that I’m anxious to check out, DARK WAS THE NIGHT. Image has done a […]

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10 Random Horror Movie Questions with BJ Colangelo

No two horror fans are alike, and our differing tastes is a large part of why horror remains such a successful genre.  Fear is universal, but what exactly inspires that fear varies from person to person.  Over on Halloween Love, journalist John Squires tagged me in a “10 Random Horror Questions” survey that’s been circulating […]

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Interview With THE RECONSTRUCTION OF WILLIAM ZERO/THE SIGNAL Director Dan Bush!

Taking genre setups and elements and injected his own brand of sci-fi into them is what director Dan Bush is best at. Always giving fans very character-based stories, filled with humanity and smart characters in films like THE SIGNAL, Dan has a knack for allowing us as viewers into the head-space of his characters, making […]