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    Icons of Fright Q&A With I AM NOT A SERIAL KILLER Director Billy O’Brien

    Easily one of the best genre films of the year, Billy O’Brien’s I AM NOT A SERIAL KILLER (review soon)takes the story of a young man with violent tendencies and a series of murders in which the boy becomes obsessed with and offers a unique and interesting take on the genre. An adaption of the […]

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    Jovy Talks FOUND FOOTAGE 3D With Cast/Crew!!

    It’s no alien concept that trying to make a movie is difficult. Aside from putting together financing, one has to make sure the right crew is put together. From those working the camera to the cast we get to watch onscreen, if the pieces don’t fit then the movie might come out to be a […]

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    Poster/Trailer/Release Date For Thomas Dekker-Helmed JACK GOES HOME Arrives; Hitting VOD/On-Demand This October!

    Early last year, while promoting his role in FEAR CLINIC, actor Thomas Dekker mentioned to us that had been writing multiple screenplays and was set to direct one of them. Being a longtime fan of Dekker’s work as an actor, I was pretty anxious to hear more about his debut, and when the film, JACK […]

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    Review: FOUND FOOTAGE 3D

    A couple whose marriage is on the rocks decide to salvage what they have left by staying at a cabin in the woods, while the filmmaker husband feels that every moment should be documented on camera…in 3D. However, there seems to be a presence with them that feeds off their psyche and has possibly manifested […]

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    TV Review – DEAD OF SUMMER, Episode 9: “Home Sweet Home”

    There’s only one episode left of the premiere season of DEAD OF SUMMER and Freeform is making sure you tune in. The penultimate episode turned the tables on everything you thought you knew and gave us a whole new Amy that was more than welcoming to horror fans. Throughout this season, there’s been no doubt […]

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TV Review: DEAD OF SUMMER Episode 6: “The Dharma Burns”

Lately, I’ve discovered I’m a sucker for super fucked up love stories. Watching Daniel Radcliffe learn the hard truth about those he loves in HORNS is always heartbreaking. I won’t spoil it, but the ending to SPRING gets me every time and I always put that movie on when I just want to lay under […]

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Five Non-Horror Shows That Genre Fans Will Love

Anyone that follows any of my social media profiles (I’m on everything short of LinkedIn) is aware that I watch a lot of television. Discovering cult classics like THE PRISONER to current hits like AMERICAN HORROR STORY, I legit schedule my lack of social life around my shows. I do have morals and refuse to […]

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ARBITRARY CINEMA: THE LAUGHING WOMAN (1969)

Join me in the confines of my house on the hill, where every week I’ll be sharing with you a seemingly random review of a movie that’s come across my horror-nerd radar in the middle of the night. So come join my on the couch. It may give you some insight into the way our […]

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BLOOD SOAKED PANELS: Harrow County, Vol.1: Countless Haints

Here’s a new addition to Icons of Fright to help entice comic book fans who like to indulge in the panels of horror. Of course there are the classic TALES FROM THE CRYPT and ADVENTURES INTO THE UNKNOWN comics, but there are many stories out there waiting to be discovered. Not everything I’m going to […]

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Want a pair of tickets to The Opening Night Screening of THE MIND’S EYE!!

THE MIND’S EYE, Joe Begos’ SCANNERS-like horror thriller full of heads bleeding, bodies getting ripped apart and a whole lot more, is opening in theaters, VOD and iTunes this Friday and we’re got a pair of tickets to a special opening night screening in Pasadena to give out to a lucky Icons of Fright reader. […]

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FANTASIA 2016 Round-Up Reviews!

This year, the 20th Anniversary of the Fantasia International Film Festival, was a good one for film lovers and cinephiles all around. Film like LET ME MAKE YOU A MARTYR (review), SLASH (review), ANOTHER EVIL (review) and THE ALCHEMIST COOKBOOK (review) really left an impression on me and with the fest coming to an end, […]

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2014 Bakersfield Clown Invasion finds its way into fictional CLOWTOWN film; Hitting theaters in Sept. & VOD/DVD in October!

In 2014, a group of pranksters, attempting to do a work of art involving scaring the hell out of the residents of Bakersfield, CA (my backyard) and holy hell did it work. They were found sitting on bus stops holding weapons, standing on corners holding balloons, you name it, they did it, and that terrifying […]