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    Fright EXCLUSIVE Interview: Pandie Suicide Talks Horror, SWEETHEARTS and MASSACRE

    Originally hailing from New Zealand, Pandie Suicide, known for her part as one of the models in the beloved Suicide Girls website, not only has the beauty to turn heads, but a Bachelor’s Degree in Media Studies, as well as being an avid journalist in her down time. If those accomplishments weren’t already impressive enough, […]

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    Review: LISTENING

    The first thing that came to mind while watching LISTENING was PROJECT ALMANAC,  a found footage science fiction thriller involving clean cut teenagers who, while dealing with the stress of college funding and high school drama, invent a time traveling device. It delve into butterfly effect schemes and the nature of what MTV believes is important […]

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    Review: REDEEMER

    Right now, American action films are looking quite tame in comparison to those from other countries. In the last few years we’ve gotten groundbreaking films such as THE RAID: REDEMPTION and its sequel, THE RAID 2, as well as countless others that show that the bad CGI and poor choreography aren’t cutting it anymore. Adding […]

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    Fictional Frights: THE FOUNTAIN SHARK, Pt.1

    We’ve had a small break from our FICTIONAL FRIGHTS short story column, and well, now the break is over. While we’re going to keep providing any interested writers with a platform to showcase any stories they’d like to share, we’re also going to start giving a glimpse of something I (Jerry Smith) have been working […]

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    Review: FELT

    “My life is a fucking nightmare.” That opening line sets the tone for FELT, spoken in voice over by Amy (Amy Everson, who co-wrote the film with directed Jason Banker, (TOAD ROAD), based on experiences in her past) as she is walking barefoot down the street, sporting what looks to be a frog onesie. I’m […]

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Review: ALLELUIA! THE DEVIL’S CARNIVAL

Being a horror fan is usually the easiest way to earn a raised eyebrow from “normal” society, but being a jazz-squaring, belt singing, musical theatre fan in the horror community will almost always send you off to the isolated Island of Misfit Fandom. Luckily, for the proud and passionate citizens of this island, Darren Lynn […]

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Icons of Fright Chats With SINISTER 2 Star James Ransone!!

One of the many unexpected surprises from Scott Derrickson’s SINISTER was the supporting character of “Deputy So and So”, a young police officer who right up until the end, did his best to help Ethan Hawke’s character solve the mystery behind the evil that was Baghuul. The character of the deputy was easily one of […]

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Review: IN THE DARK

Like zombie films, found footage silliness and every other type of horror films that suddenly become so very over-saturated in today’s market, the possession subgenre is another kind of genre that rarely does anything outside the box. We’ve all seen the same thing, skeptical priests, exorcisms throwing people in the air, an occasional spiderwalk…it’s safe […]

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Fright Exclusive Interview With 12-year Old PARANORMAL SCREAMS author, Madelyn Schaer!!

There’s a level of youthful imagination that tends to fade away with time, especially in the sometimes jaded fields of writing, filmmaking or just following your dreams in general. It’s easy for young people to get told that they can’t or won’t be able to follow their dreams, and to be honest, that’s the worst […]

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Review: TALES OF HALLOWEEN

The anthology genre is not a new concept in horror as many fans my age grew up on classics such as CREEPSHOW and TALES FROM THE CRYPT. As I got older, its popularity leveled down a bit until a mini resurgence in recent years. On television we have AMERICAN HORROR STORY where every year brings […]

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Review: EVERLASTING

It’s refreshing when you come across an independent film that you can just tell from the beginning that there’s a personal story to be told within the film. It’s easy to feel for those types of films and the characters which live inside of that story. A cautionary tale of two young lovers, one of which […]

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Scream Factory Welcomes THE RETURN OF COUNT YORGA Bluray This October

According to the press release sent to us, YORGA-nna love this one! The always reliable gang at Scream Factory are set to release THE RETURN OF COUNT YORGA to Bluray this October 13th, marking the first time the sequel to the 1970 film COUNT YORGA has seen an HD release in North America. The film, […]