Icons of Fright/Nightmarish Conjurings’ James H. Carter II Chats With CAMINO Star ZOE BELL!

*Editor’s Note – While I was able to have a chat with CAMINO (in theaters now and on VOD/iTunes beginning March 8th)’s villain, Nacho Vigalondo, our good friends Shannon McGrew and James H. Carter II over at Nightmarish Conjurings were nice enough to review the film (here) and have a chat with one of the […]

Review: CAMINO

Whether Zoe Bell is lead actress in a movie or doing stunt work for films by Quentin Tarantino, one thing is for sure, Zoe Bell is badass. Leading up to seeing a screener of director Josh C. Waller’s film, Camino, I had only known Zoe Bell’s work as mostly that of a stunt woman. When […]

Icons of Fright Chat With CAMINO Star Nacho Vigalondo!

Director Nacho Vigalondo blew film goers away with his 2007 time-travel thriller TIMECRIMES, a film that redefined the genre and offered a very smart look at the time travel film fare. Always the maverick, Vigalondo continued to offer new and interesting films, like 2014’s OPEN WINDOWS and his eerie entry into the horror anthology film […]

Zoe Bell/Nacho Vigalondo-led CAMINO Headed Your Way in 2016 From XLrator Media’s TURBO Label

It’s pretty impossible not to love Zoë Bell. The RAZE/DEATH PROOF star has a certain charm that makes it a fun experience to see her in anything, so even the slightest announcement is enough to make fans cheer in excitement. Fully funded by Bleiberg Entertainment, the Bell-led CAMINO, which also features TIME CRIMES/OPEN WINDOWS director […]

V/H/S:VIRAL Hits DVD/Bluray This Februrary; Includes Previously Missing Todd Lincoln Segment

Fans of the V/H/S series who might have missed V/H/S:VIRAL (read our review of the third installment here) during its VOD run can jump for joy, now that news of Magnet Releasing unleashing the found footage anthology film with everything from skaters fighting the undead to one pissed off magician onto DVD/Bluray on February 17th. […]

Review: V/H/S: VIRAL

There comes a point in every series, in which some (or all) of the magic that made a franchise’s first entry so fun to latch onto. When 2012’s V/H/S hit, it showcased a cool concept of various horrible stories playing out on videotapes that hoodlums watched. The following year, V/H/S/2 took the same approach, added […]

Review: OPEN WINDOWS

I experienced a wave of conflicting emotions during Nacho Vigalondo’s English language debut, OPEN WINDOWS. Vigalondo, best known for his 2007 breakthrough Spanish thriller TIMECRIMES, is a director who is undoubtedly gifted at telling his stories in unique ways. Crimes’ take on time travel was a solid indicator of his ability to create a tense […]

New Poster For V/H/S: VIRAL Bypasses Tape Angle; Features Sinister Look

It’s that time of year, when the latest entry into the popular V/H/S series gets ready to be unleashed onto horror fans. While the first two films went with the tape/footage angle in their posters, the newly released poster for V/H/S: VIRAL offers something new, feeling much more sinister than the previous ones. The film, […]