Cub Movie Review

Sep 03, 2015 No Comments by

Widely considered the first true horror film from Belgium, director Jonas Govaerts brings us a solid directorial debut that asks the question, “What’s wrong with Sam?” As if the woods weren’t creepy enough, Cub (Artsploitation Films) drapes audiences in a skin-crawling paranoia that someone is always watching us. CUB tells the tale of Sam (Maurice […]

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Wes Craven and Me: A Eulogy from Generation-X

Aug 31, 2015 1 Comment by

Prolific filmmaker and horror legend Wes Craven passed away from brain cancer on August 30th, 2015—what was yesterday as I type these words. I had no idea he was sick so his death comes as quite a shock. The malevolent “C-Word” snatches another one from our midst and leaves a hole in horror cinema that’s […]

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The Homespun Horror of Lee Brown Coye

Aug 27, 2015 No Comments by

Scrawny and thin, my dead come in But looks are soon forgotten I fill the hollows in their cheeks With little wads of cotton I set their hair a’waving fair And pull their eyelids down And like a sculptor ply my art To banish scowl and frown For death is brief and so is grief […]

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Argentinian Giallo FRANCESCA Targets SITGES as Official Trailer Revealed

Aug 25, 2015 No Comments by

Argentina’s Onetti brothers (Sonno Profondo, 2013) return with Francesca—a throwback to giallo cinema with a Latin spin that will debut this fall at Sitges. This looks to continue a resurgent Latin American horror boom in as unique a way as we’ve seen in quite some time. Read the full press release and view the trailer […]

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Interview with Actress Eileen Dietz

Aug 20, 2015 No Comments by

Eileen Dietz has had a wonderful career and embraces her horror claim to fame. She is literally the face of the most terrifying horror film of all-time. Although it took decades for the horror world to realize that she, in fact, was the one behind the make-up. Dietz was already a twenty-year veteran of the […]

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The Sons of Zaroff: The Most Dangerous Game and Real Murder

Aug 18, 2015 No Comments by

When something bad happens, and when the perpetrator or perpetrators show the obvious signs of influence from popular culture, the question usually comes up. In this case, it’s always THE QUESTION: does art imitate life, or does life imitate art? It’s rhetorical, of course. The relationship between art and life is akin to the bond […]

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All American Bully Movie Review

Aug 11, 2015 No Comments by

Bullying has been an American horror tale since the day the pilgrims came over and forced their way onto land that wasn’t theirs to take. Over the last two decades, high school bullying and domestic terrorism in schools has been a focal point of national media coverage on a weekly basis, it seems. Senseless violence […]

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Fear the Walking Dead and the State of Modern Zombies

Aug 06, 2015 No Comments by

As a dedicated fan of The Walking Dead, it’s hard not to be excited about the spinoff series Fear the Walking Dead premiering at the end of August. It’s strange to think that audiences started with a cop getting shot during a car chase and now have a complex mythology surrounding walkers, the monsters that […]

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Furious Movie Review

Aug 04, 2015 No Comments by

I once got wired on ten straight cups of coffee and spent the night watching horror movies in a haunted building. Also, when I was a little pup, I pretended to go fishing with my family in the backwoods of West Virginia, but in reality I undertook a one-man quest for the dreaded Abbagoochie. None […]

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Clive Barker’s THE SCARLET GOSPELS Book Review

Jul 30, 2015 No Comments by

Clive Barker has gotten the band back together. The Scarlet Gospels is his first full-length adult novel since 2007’s amazing Cold Heart Canyon, and brings two of his favorite and best known characters together. The Hell Priest known as Pinhead and the noir-influenced paranormal detective Harry D’Amour. Each of these characters brings with them a […]

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