Icons of Fright talks with THE ANOMALY actor/director Noel Clarke

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Having caught sci-fi fans’ attention with his role as Mickey in BBC’s now massive show DOCTOR WHO, actor Noel Clarke has went from acting, to acting, writing and directing his own films, in every kind of genre from dramas, horror (STORAGE 24) and now Sci-Fi with his new film, THE ANOMALY (Now available on DVD/Bluray via […]

Review: LISTENING

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The first thing that came to mind while watching LISTENING was PROJECT ALMANAC,  a found footage science fiction thriller involving clean cut teenagers who, while dealing with the stress of college funding and high school drama, invent a time traveling device. It delve into butterfly effect schemes and the nature of what MTV believes is important […]

Fantasia Film Fest Review: SYNCHRONICITY

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When 2007’s THE SIGNAL first hit audiences, it did a hell of a job showing a small glimpse of the capabilities of the film’s trio of writer/directors, David Bruckner, Dan Bush and Jacob Gentry. Each director’s segment felt completely different from the previous director’s, and there was a sense of promise that you felt upon […]

Beyond Fright Review: TIME LAPSE

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Sci-Fi films can be quite the tricky genre to tackle at times. Either a filmmaker goes for the futuristic route, with flying cars, robots and technology providing the backdrop to the story being told or goes for what is sometimes a bit more effective, a minimalist approach to the sci-fi of the tale being told. Bradley […]

A Look Back At: FULL ECLIPSE (1993)!!

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The ’90s was an interesting decade to say the least. Growing up, nothing was better to me, than sitting down to watch either a horror film or one of my favorite HBO programs, whether it be TALES FROM THE CRYPT or THE KIDS IN THE HALL, most of my nights were spent eating McDonald’s and being […]

Fright Exclusive Interview With SNOWPIERCER Star ED HARRIS!

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He’s been an astronaut, a figment of John Nash’s imagination, and even Jackson Pollock, but in his new movie SNOWPIERCER, Ed Harris plays Wilford, the man at the head of the train, making sure things run smoothly aboard his eternal machine. I caught up with Harris to talk about his new film, which hits theaters […]

FRIGHT EXCLUSIVE INTERVIEW WITH SNOWPIERCER SCREENWRITER KELLY MASTERSON!

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  The writer behind the 2007 Phillip Seymour Hoffman thriller BEFORE THE DEVIL KNOWS YOU’RE DEAD is back with an innovative take on the end of the world. Based on the French graphic novel Le Transperceneige, SNOWPIERCER follows the story of a man named Curtis,an apocalyptic revolutionary from the tail end of the train, pushing […]

Review: COHERENCE

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  *Editor’s note: Derek Botelho, friend of Icons of Fright and author of the newly-released book ‘The Argento Syndrome’ took this one on for us.  The feature debut of James Ward Byrkit, COHERENCE is on it surface a quiet drama about relationships between friends and lovers, but quickly turns into something else entirely. If I told you, […]