Review: THE FUNHOUSE MASSACRE

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It sure is a good feeling when a unique and downright entertaining horror films comes your way. I’m a sucker for slasher films, and I’m equally in love with slow-burn horror dramas such as THE WITCH or AT THE DEVIL’S DOOR. So, it would probably be a fair assessment to say my tastes are something […]

Bluray Review: DEATH WALKS TWICE Collection

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As a die-hard horror-phile, I owe a mound of gratitude to Dario Argento’s Suspiria for single-handedly introducing me to the foreign horror film. Before sitting through that amalgamation of bright-colored visuals and slick murder sequences, I had no idea that horror films were even made outside the U.S.  Though the local mom and pop video […]

Review: THE HAUNTING OF ALICE D

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When it comes to possession and/or haunting films, it takes a lot to set yourself apart from the countless other films that get released every year, most of which have similar plots or approaches. When a film does try something a bit unique and attempts to stand on its own, it can either lead to […]

Beyond Fright review: CASH ONLY

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“Bad things happen to bad people,” says one of the tenants in director Malik Bader’s CASH ONLY, a tense thriller that explores both social commentary and what would you do scenarios. Bader’s film offers a glimpse into the Albanian-American community in Detroit, Michigan from the eyes of landlord Elvis Martini (Nickola Shreli, who also wrote […]

Review: SCHERZO DIABOLICO

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What is the mark of an impactful and connecting film? Is it the situation that you can see yourself in? Is it the actions and results that you go through with the characters? Is it the characters that you see yourself in? Perhaps it is simply the score and soundtrack that remind you of a […]

Why You Should Be Paying Attention To BATES MOTEL!!

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When A&E first announced that they had greenlit a straight to series order on a show based on Norman Bates, I was very skeptical. This was in light of the rise of popularity in genre programming on television in which I welcome, but properties that I hold close to my heart make me anxious to […]

Short Film Review: 3 SECONDS

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*Editor’s note – Jay Kay, head honcho over at HorrorHappens.com did us a solid and took a look at 3 SECONDS, a short film directed by Alex J. Mann and focused on the ever so lovely Snapchat. As always, thanks Jay!-Jerry The use of technology with smart phones, mobile devices, webcams and snapchat has been come […]

SWMF Short Film Review: NASTY

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*Editor’s note –Jay Kay, friend of Icons of Fright and head honcho over at HorrorHappens.com tackled this short film review from the STRANGER WITH MY FACE film festival in Tasmania. We’ve got a few more reviews from the festival coming your way, but for now, enjoy Jay’s review of NASTY. -Jerry With much acclaim and […]