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Dear God No! Movie Review

Aug 08, 2012 4 Comments

James Bickert’s DEAR GOD NO! is not fun for the whole family, it’s not the feel-good movie of the year, nor is it a movie to enjoy on date night.  In fact, unless you’re a member of the coveted 18-34-year-old demographic, male and in the presence of others who are likewise members of the marketers’ […]

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Interview with KLAGGER Filmmaker Casey Crow

Jul 29, 2012 1 Comment

Texas filmmaker Casey Crow’s latest project is KLAGGER, a 12-minute short film that recalls the best of cinematic horror from the ‘70s and ‘80s.  KLAGGER is part slasher flick, part ghost story, and all myth with the potential to add to our dark patch of the pop cultural quilt a much needed horror icon for […]

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Interview with Horror Movie Reviewer and Author Tim Gross

Jul 08, 2012 1 Comment

Movie watching is one of our most enjoyable pastimes, one that will continue to occur regardless of the changing methods we use to obtain those videos.  Small movie stores once acted as second homes to us, where we would spend our time looking at the back of VHS boxes to rent our favorite horror flicks.  […]

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Abraham Lincoln: Vampire Hunter Movie Review

Jun 24, 2012 2 Comments

I’ll begin by stating that I have never read Abraham Lincoln: Vampire Hunter, nor do I ever intend on doing so. However, this is entirely irrelevant as this review is about the 2012 film adaptation of this epistolary novel. From what I can infer, a lot of the book has been excised save for the […]

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Interview with Familiar Writer/Director Richard Powell and Producer Zach Green

Jun 13, 2012 No Comments

Richard Powell’s twenty-two minute short horror film Familiar draws us in using…well, familiar narrative devices (sorry) and then turns them upside down in a visceral climax that makes every one of those twenty two minutes waltz back in begging questions. Robert Nolan plays John, a middle-aged married father whose only light at the end of […]

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Prometheus Movie Review

Jun 08, 2012 No Comments

In Space No One Can Hear You Scream (Out of Frustration). Ridley Scott’s Prometheus, is visually stunning with great special effects and CGI, a great cast and creative concepts that probe into the deeper metaphysical questions about the creation of man, but the answers to these questions, like the suspense and horror in this film, […]

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Chernobyl Diaries Movie Review

May 30, 2012 2 Comments

Resident horror humorist Billy Boyce is back with his take on… From the pen of Oren Peli (Paranormal Activity series) comes Chernobyl Diaries — the latest attempt at Hollywood Horror. Director Brad Parker’s (based on material “from the pen” of the aforementioned Mr. Peli) Chernobyl Diaries is about six bubbly backpackers traveling abroad to places […]

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Rage Movie Review

May 27, 2012 No Comments

Filmmaker Chris Witherspoon’s Rage is a small-budget exploitation thriller that packs a punch much larger than its budget would suggest.  Taut storytelling, tension so high it requires a parachute, and explosively violent action propel Rage past a significant portion of its indie peers.  Witherspoon’s got the directorial chops to do whatever his resources will allow […]

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The Raven Movie Review

Apr 29, 2012 No Comments

Director James McTeigue has built up quite a résumé over the last two decades in cinema, including his directorial debut V for Vendetta and work on all three Matrix films.  The film I enjoyed most of his is one that others may not hold in as high regard, but I thought The Invasion was fantastic […]

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The Cabin in the Woods Movie Review

Apr 15, 2012 No Comments

The Cabin in the Woods might be the most generic title for a horror movie you’ll ever hear, but I’m willing to bet it will be the most creative horror movie you’ll ever see.  Co-writer Joss Whedon has called the film “a very loving hate letter” to the genre we all love. This is a […]

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