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 […]

Beyond Fright Review: TIME LAPSE

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Sci-Fi films can be quite the tricky genre to tackle at times. Either a filmmaker goes for the futuristic route, with flying cars, robots and technology providing the backdrop to the story being told or goes for what is sometimes a bit more effective, a minimalist approach to the sci-fi of the tale being told. Bradley […]

Beyond Fright Review: BEYOND CLUELESS (2014)

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It has been said that John Hughes perfected the teenage experience with films like THE BREAKFAST CLUB and SIXTEEN CANDLES, but the teen films that followed the Hughes empire added a tougher bite to the idyllic suburban upbringing.  Between the success of CLUELESS and the seeming “end” of modern teen films with MEAN GIRLS’, teen films were crafted […]

Exclusive: Premiere Of GHOSTLIGHT/LADYKILLER Director Jeff Ferrell’s “White Roses” Music Video

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Jeff Ferrell is one busy man. Having directed the very entertaining haunted theater film GHOSTLIGHT (review) writing a book of ghost stories (this year’s The Book of Whispering Spirits) recently finished directing his followup film, LADYKILLER, Ferrell also had the time to put out a new album as well. The self proclaimed “gothic acoustic” album, Color In […]