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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 […]


    GIVEAWAY – Win a Free Copy of GOODNIGHT MOMMY!!

    We absolutely loved Veronika Franz and Severin Fiala’s terrifying film, GOODNIGHT MOMMY. It’s a genre film that feels very different from most horror entries being released these days and the tale of two twins caught in a scary as hell situation has frightened audiences everywhere, during its festival and theatrical run. Thanks to the gang at Anchor […]


Bluray Review: MULHOLLAND DR

Breaking down all aspects of a film, from the plot to set pieces, is a common aspect of critiquing. What motivates a character to do what do what she does that drives the main conflict? What kind of message are the filmmakers trying to convey? What is the lesson learned in the end? David Lynch’s […]

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Icons of Fright’s Fave Music of 2015 Derek’s Picks Part 2: Fresh Meat

While 2015 saw the return of many legends, there is still a lot of great music out from younger bands (and legends in the making). And much like a horror fan benefits from branching out to other genres from time to time, I tackled a few albums that are on the lighter side!

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When attaining your dreams, a lot of times you hear the phrase “never give up.” Film making can be an arduous process, and getting a film made alone is nearly impossible, let alone making one that will stand the test of time. But would most film makers struggle 26 years to get there one film […]

Derek's Fave Music 2015

Icons of Fright’s Fave Music of 2015 Derek’s Picks: The Legends Return!

2015 has been a banner year for new music, and with services like Spotify, Apple Music, Tidal, as well as the ever growing popularity of vinyl, music fans don’t have a shortage of ways to legally get a hold of the tunes they crave. ICONS OF FRIGHT has always held music close to its heart, […]


Dark Side of Glitz Film EVERLASTING Making its World Premiere At London’s Crystal Palace International Film Festival

Anthony Stabley’s EVERLASTING (review) made quite the impression on us when we had the chance to catch the film prior to its upcoming world premiere. The film that deals with a young man telling the story of his girlfriend’s desire to be a model and her descent into the sometimes brutally emotional and devastatingly dangerous world […]


Team behind WE ARE STILL HERE Announces New Film SATANIC PANIC

To say that we were fans of Ted Geoghegan’s WE ARE STILL HERE, would be quite the understatement (review). An absolutely entertaining horror film, that felt fresh and exciting, the film gave genre fans a film that supplied scares and great performances from everyone involved with the film. For being his first feature, Geoghegan showed directorial […]


Icons of Fright Chats With EXORCISM OF MOLLY HARTLEY Director Steven R. Monroe

Having already tackled 2010’s I SPIT ON YOUR GRAVE remake, as well as GRAVE HALLOWEEN, MONIKA and a slew of other films, director Steven R. Monroe recently returned behind the camera to helm THE EXORCISM OF MOLLY HARTLEY, the sequel to 2008’s THE HAUNTING OF MOLLY HARTLEY. Taking place a few years later, the title […]