Want a pair of tickets to The Opening Night Screening of THE MIND’S EYE!!

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THE MIND’S EYE, Joe Begos’ SCANNERS-like horror thriller full of heads bleeding, bodies getting ripped apart and a whole lot more, is opening in theaters, VOD and iTunes this Friday and we’re got a pair of tickets to a special opening night screening in Pasadena to give out to a lucky Icons of Fright reader. […]

Hallucinatory Festival Hit DARLING Gets Release Date, Trailer and New Poster

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I’ve made it no secret how much I absolutely loved Mickey Keating (RITUAL, POD, the upcoming CARNAGE PARK)’s hallucinatory head trip of a film, DARLING. A unique film that puts you through a beautiful descent into madness, the film knocked my ass on the ground when I was able to catch it during last year’s […]

Short Film Roundup Reviews: HEAD & INTRODUCING PARKER DOWD

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I love short films. Don’t get me wrong, there’s an infinite amount of things to love about features as well, but I’m in love with the idea of having to tell a story and invoke emotions and tone within a small amount of time, it impresses me very much and for each of our Short […]

Fantastic Fest review: THE MIND’S EYE

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2013’s ALMOST HUMAN showcased not only the talents of director Joe Begos, actor/editor Josh Ethier and actor Graham Skipper, but a genuine love for all things John Carpenter and David Cronenberg. The gory body invasion film caught people off guard during its festival run and when released, it quickly became a film that genre lovers […]

Screen Media Acquires Mickey Keating’s DARLING at Fantastic Fest!

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This news makes me one happy camper. Quite easily my favorite film of this year’s Fantastic Fest, Mickey Keating’s head turning, descent into madness film DARLING (review) has been acquired by Screen Media for worldwide distribution, aiming for a 2016 theatrical release. It’s a unique film that is definitely one to get on board and […]

Fantastic Fest review: DARLING

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There’s a feeling that comes along once in a while, where you witness a film that just changes things. Those types of films, the ones that not only entertain you, but instantly leave you feeling like you’ve just sat through an absolute masterpiece of technique and style, of directing, acting and of form…they don’t come […]

Review: POD

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Paranoia and the idea of alien life-form is something that viewers have always found incredibly appealing. There’s just nothing like experiencing a film that leaves you guessing the whole time, making you bite your finger nails at the question of whether or not you’re watching somebody lose their mind, or if something is actually out […]