Review: LAKE NOWHERE

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We are all familiar with the cabin in the woods scenario in a horror film.  A bunch of friends venture off into the wilderness and stay within a remote cabin cut off from civilization only for a masked killer, or demon, or some other supernatural entity to come by and claim its victims.  One of […]

Guest Interview: Amanda Rebholz Talks I’M DREAMING OF A WHITE DOOMSDAY/THE STALL With Mike Lombardo!!

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*Editor’s Note – Up and coming horror journalist Amanda Rebholz spoke with Indie horror director Mike Lombardo and we’re excited as hell to share it with you fright fanatics! We’re definitely looking forward to hearing more from both Amanda and Mike Lombardo! – Jerry   “Mike Lombardo: Reel Splatter, Surreal Talent” by Amanda Rebholz Several […]

Review: ALIENATED

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“I want to tell you something, but I don’t want you to get mad.” This is something that stops me in my tracks every time I hear it. I prepare for the worst, maybe hold my breath, and let the anxiety hit me like a pile of bricks. Maybe it’s something people hear often when […]

Review: INFERNAL

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In June of 1975, a film was released in theaters that quickly became an international blockbuster, one that would ignite the fear of going to the beach in the American movie-going public and one which would make cinematic history. That film was Jaws. Ultimately grossing over 124 million dollars within only a few months, filmmakers […]

Review: Henrique Couto’s ‘SCAREWAVES’

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Ohio filmmaker Henrique Couto has made quite a name for himself with flicks ranging from the throwback feeling HAUNTED HOUSE ON SORORITY ROW or BABYSITTER MASSACRE to the family friendly film, A BULLDOG FOR CHRISTMAS.  His latest venture is an anthology horror film titled SCAREWAVES, scheduled for release next summer by Camp Motion Pictures. SCAREWAVES follows […]

Icons of Fright Interview with actor/writer/director Amanda Aday!

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(photo credit: Collette Lash Photography www.collettelash.com) Known for her recurring role as Dora Mae Dreifuss on HBO’s CARNIVALE (amongst countless other projects), Amanda Aday has surely proven herself as much more than “Meat Loaf’s Daughter.”  An actress and writer, Aday has recently taken the leap to try her hand at directing, with her new horror […]

Review: BILLY CLUB

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Editor’s note: Icons of Fright friend, Derek Smith (No relation) took a look at this one for us, and gave us his thoughts on BILLY CLUB, a new indie horror film. Check out Derek’s review!   While baseball season is wrapping up as fall rolls in, BILLY CLUB is ready to be unleashed to the […]

#WALRUSNO: Why “Originality” Doesn’t Deserve A Free Pass

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The last few weeks in the horror world have been dominated by Fantastic Fest, Beyond Fest, and arguing about whether or not Kevin Smith’s TUSK deserves attention. After being released in a little over 600 screens, TUSK made $846,838 in a week; which many Box Office sites are calling a flop. These low numbers have […]