Beyond Fright Review: OLIVER, STONED

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The man child is a concept that feels pretty heavy in male driven comedies, more in particular to those starring Seth Rogen and Adam Sandler. Adult men who refuse to grow up and partake in toilet humor rack up box office tickets and seemingly influence a generation of young adults surrounded by statistics provided by […]

Beyond Fright Review: COMET

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We’ve all been there, crossing paths with someone who is able to completely take you back and keep you enthralled just at the idea of spending more time talking to them. That awkward feeling in your stomach and the adrenaline-filled, almost child-like excitement that makes you think or at least hope that you’ll be able […]

Beyond Fright Review: 10 CENT PISTOL

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10 CENT PISTOL opens up with two police officers investigating a silent alarm at the front door of Harris (Thomas Ian Nicholas, AMERICAN PIE, HALLOWEEN RESURRECTION). His reaction to find the police at his door proves to be of suspicion as the sweat rolls down and his need to get them to leave only encourages […]

FRIGHT AT HOME: June 16th Brings Creature Features, Michael Douglas and More!!

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It’s quite an interesting week for horror (and non-horror), with everyone from Scream Factory and Artsploitation to even Sony and Alchemy putting out some quirky titles. If you’ve got a fever for some creature features, torturous horror, or even some dry and interesting comedy, then we’ve got ya covered. Hell, even Joe Dante has a […]

Beyond Fright: GHOST B.C. Returns With “Cirice”

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School talent shows can be filled with tension and fear, as the performers are anxious to perform in front of their fellow classmates and parents. Things can get pretty frightening for all involved, as the audience isn’t quite sure what they will see next; a future star or someone that should look up the word […]

Beyond Fright Review: THE AFTERMATH

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Drugs and alcohol can do a lot to people. I’ve seen first ¬†hand how much destruction that falling into overuse of whatever vices one has can do to a life, and it can get quite ugly. When it comes to the subject of addiction in film though, it’s always a mixed bag, with either actors […]

Beyond Fright Review: DOOMSDAYS

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Taking its audience by storm and really never losing any momentum, Eddie Mullins’ impressive and anarchistic DOOMSDAYS¬†offers up two (and then later more) of the most directionless and loser-y characters in recent history and does what very few films can pull off with such precision these days: make you fall in love with them. It’s […]

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

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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 […]