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Be My Cat: A Film for Anne Movie Review

Mar 16, 2017 No Comments by

Be My Cat: A Film for Anne tells the story of Adrian (played by writer and director Adrian Tofei), an introverted wannabe filmmaker who has a deep obsession with American actress Anne Hathaway.  Adrian has the idea of creating a film project with Hathaway as the star, but first he must create a demo reel […]

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Interview with ARBOR DEMON Director Patrick Rea

Jan 31, 2017 No Comments by

Patrick Rea isn’t the type of filmmaker who rests on his success and lets his film catalog speak for itself.  He’d rather be creating constantly, pushing his limits and building on what is already an insanely impressive resume.  With a jaw-dropping 48 director credits to his name since 2001, Rea is one of the most […]

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NIGHT OF THE LIVING DEAD EP by Morricone Youth Album Review

Nov 30, 2016 No Comments by

There aren’t many movies that I so affectionately go back to over and over and over again.  Of course, 1968’s Night of the Living Dead is most definitely one of those flicks.  As if George A. Romero’s zombie masterpiece weren’t great enough, now there’s a new reason to revisit NOTLD. Morricone Youth is a fantastic […]

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Broken Short Film Review

Nov 07, 2016 No Comments by

Nothing beats the horror classics, in this writer’s mind, so it was quite a pleasant surprise to watch a short film recently that paid almost direct homage to one of my all-time favorite black-and-white films. Broken is an animated short written and directed by Adam Ciolfi, who has carved a nice niche for himself in […]

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Suffer the Little Children Short Film Review

Nov 01, 2016 No Comments by

“Suffer the Little Children” is a chilling and twisted short story from Stephen King‘s 1993 collection Nightmares and Dreamscapes.  As one of King’s short stories, the title also became one of Mr. King’s fabled Dollar Babies.  The rights to create a non-profit film based on the story were had for one dollar. Enter Corey Norman […]

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Goodbye to the Godfather of Gore: Herschell Gordon Lewis

Oct 03, 2016 1 Comment by

You don’t get the nickname “Godfather of Gore” by accident and it certainly takes a special kind of person to live up to that name.  With over forty films to his credit, most of them as director, producer, or both, Herschell Gordon Lewis was a man truly ahead of his time. Lewis was born on […]

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The Neon Dead Movie Review

Sep 06, 2016 No Comments by

The Neon Dead is not your typical independent horror flick.  Sure, we’ve all seen horror movies where a smooth-talking, good looking young man takes it upon himself to save the world—and a pretty, young woman—from impending apocalyptic doom.  But Torey Haas has brought us something different here. Haas wrote and directed this wonderful chunk of […]

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Interview with Author Tim Lebbon

Aug 30, 2016 No Comments by

Tim Lebbon has been one of the most recognized and respected names in the horror literature world for over fifteen years.  Not only has his original short stories and novels drawn comparisons to the best horror has to offer, but Lebbon is also arguably the go-to author when it comes to adapting movies to book […]

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Hell Town Movie Review

Aug 03, 2016 No Comments by

Hell Town is considered director Steve Balderson‘s first full-on horror project, although most of his films have dark aspects to them.  Balderson (Pep Squad, Firecracker, Suck!) teamed up with indie filmmaker Elizabeth Spear and created Hell Town, a faux soap opera film that has generated quite a buzz throughout the indie film scene. Hell Town […]

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Interview with FANGORIA Magazine’s Editor-in-Chief Ken Hanley

Jul 27, 2016 No Comments by

When FANGORIA first hit the newsstands in 1979, the world, both the real one and the horror-centric one that so many of us choose to indulge ourselves in whenever possible, was a much different place.  Trailer leaks, Comic Cons, digital publishing and, frankly, competition simply weren’t issues for FANGO upon its debut.  The magazine that […]

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