There isn’t much that can be said regarding the directing duo of Justin Benson & Aaron Moorhead. Since they arrived on the scene with one hell of a debut, RESOLUTION, the buzz has continually grown around the duo, and well, it’s all been well deserved. Easily two of the most talented storytellers in the genre, […]
Icons of Fright SXSW Interview: Director Mickey Keating Talks POD, RITUAL, DARLING and CARNAGE PARK!!
One of the most anticipated “midnight” movies at this year’s SXSW (South by Southwest) festival, is director Mickey Keating’s POD, the follow-up to Keating’s VERY entertaining 2013 low-budget yet high on thrills film RITUAL. While RITUAL was a scary and tense film about two people being stalked by a cult, POD deals with very different […]
It’s time for a one-two punch of WOLFCOP interviews, you wonderful readers. Lowell Dean’s hilarious and VERY entertaining film just hit DVD/Bluray (review) and what better way to get you fright fanatics excited to check it out, than two interviews, one with writer/director Dean, and one with Amy Matysio, who plays Tina, a source of […]
*Editor’s Note: We sent Icons of Fright’s buddy Tim Chizmar (writer, Hell Comes To Hollywood II, comedian, all around nice dude who smiles a lot) and Anthony Ray Bench to sit down and chat a bit with Tony Todd regarding his role in the newly available (out on DVD/Bluray via Dark Sky Films) and AWESOME […]
Screenwriter/actor Tony Burgess has done a hell of a job creating a name for himself by writing such unique genre films that really stand out from most others. Films like the awesome PONTYPOOL and the disgustingly surreal, yet completely entertaining SEPTIC MAN, are just two examples of a screenwriter who refuses to be confined by […]
The extremely well received cautionary horror film, STARRY EYES, has made quite the splash over the last year and every piece of acclaim that it has gotten has been definitely well deserved. It’s a viscerally shocking and well written film, filled to the brim with standout performances from everyone from Pat Healy, Noah Segan, Marc […]
Director Trevor Matthews might be one up and coming force to reckoned with when it comes to the horror genre. Having played the stressed out and pissed off title character in 2007’s JACK BROOKS: MONSTER SLAYER, Matthews has now unleashed his first feature directorial debut, the very entertaining (and VERY SCARY) GIRL HOUSE (out now in […]