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    Fright Exclusive Interview With HEAVENLY SWORD Screenwriter Todd Farmer!!

    Todd Farmer has definitely made a name for himself in genre films. Having written the “Jason Voorhees in space” FRIDAY THE 13TH sequel, JASON X, as well as co-writing films like MY BLOODY VALENTINE 3D, DRIVE ANGRY and the now lost HALLOWEEN 3D with frequent collaborator Patrick Lussier, Farmer is a staple in the horror community, […]

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    Review: AS ABOVE, SO BELOW (2014)

    Theatrical horror is notoriously disappointing, so the expectations I had for AS ABOVE, SO BELOW were almost nonexistent.  The lure of cave exploration (a la THE DESCENT) is 100% the only reason I went to see the film, and I’m glad to say that I was pleasantly surprised with how much I enjoyed myself.  I […]

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    DVD Review: DEADBEAT: Season One

    Good TV shows are hard to come by. Well, it used to be that way, but these days we’re given such great Television as Hannibal, True Detective, Penny Dreadful and so on, that it seems that we’re living in a great time for TV. With such dramatic shows kicking ass nonstop, the amount of genuinely […]

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    THE ANATOMY OF FEAR Book Hits Stores This September; Features Interviews With 21 Horror/Sci-Fi Writers, Directors!

    I love reading, especially when it deals with horror, sci-fi, or the people who have created some of my favorite films. It’s always fun to read the stories of what went right, what went wrong and everything in between on films that you dig, and when books like that come out, we like to send […]

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    ESCAPE FROM NEW YORK RETURNS WITH A TEAM-BASED REMAKE!

    Hold on to your eye patches, folks, ESCAPE FROM NEW YORK is coming back!  STARLOG dropped the news today (that we found via Fangoria) that the intended remake from Silver Pictures and StudioCanal are kicking into high gear.  As of right now, the film is still in very early pre-production and without an official director, but […]

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Fright Interview With THE POSSESSION OF MICHAEL KING’s Shane Johnson!

David Jung’s THE POSSESSION OF MICHAEL KING hits theaters this Friday (August 22nd) and VOD on August 26th from Anchor Bay, and after checking it out, we’ve got to say, it’s one fun movie that’s full of enough surprises and scares to make dedicated horror fans jump out of their seats. The film’s star, Shane Johnson (SAVING PRIVATE […]

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Fright At Home Spotlight: THE SACRAMENT!

Hitting shelves today, is everything from the Jim Jarmusch vampire flick, ONLY LOVERS LEFT ALIVE and Scream Factory’s new Bluray of LEVIATHAN, to the focal point of this Fright At Home article, Ti West’s Jonestown-like thriller, THE SACRAMENT. Having already had the chance to check out the Magnet-released disc of THE SACRAMENT, we thought we’d give you […]

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Brand New Trailer For L.A. SLASHER Promises Death To Reality TV!!

Martin Owen’s L.A. SLASHER has done an excellent job establishing a good sized buzz for itself, with convention appearances, viral marketing and the promise of bringing the “death to reality TV”, which sounds like one excellent plan to me. While just the synopsis alone is enough to turn most horror fans on, today the debut […]

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Review: THE QUIET ONES (2014)

Hammer Films have for the most part, done a good job with choosing which films to make since returning in 2007 to give horror fans some genuinely good entertainment. Sure, for every LET ME IN, there’s been entries like THE RESIDENT, but for the most part, Hammer has done a great job at returning as […]

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Review: ROSEMARY’S BABY (2014)

With everything under the sun being remade these days, it was only a matter of time before ROSEMARY’S BABY would see the dreaded redux. With Polanski’s 1968 film adaption of the great Ira Levin novel being considered a horror classic, obviously the NBC miniseries would be met with some skepticism, and though a decent amount […]

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Natty’s FIVE HORROR BADASSES

Nothing gets our attention in a horror film quite like a badass. Of course, we often find ourselves rooting for the bad guy (or girl), the random hordes of zombies, or weird objects. (Or is that just me when I watch the Evil Bong movies?) Either way, we can all agree that we love a good […]

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Bluray Review: THE LEGEND OF HELL HOUSE

While the gang at Scream Factory does an excellent job giving genre fans updated collector’s editions of forgotten or long lost ’80s-era fan favorites, the output of films from the 1970′s aren’t focused on as much as some fans would want(a release here and there). The great part is, that when the Scream Factory crew […]