Archive for June, 2016

Festival Hit HELL TOWN Starring Debbie Rochon Coming Soon from Gravitas Ventures

Jun 29, 2016 No Comments by

Steve Balderson’s Hell Town has been racking up awards and accolades as it’s napalmed venues both great and small across the festival circuit. Not only that, but it’s another vehicle to deliver more of the great Debbie Rochon whose directorial debut, Model Hunger is set to be released on July 12th. Here, Rochon gets back […]

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Horror Icon Debbie Rochon’s Directorial Debut MODEL HUNGER Coming July 12th from Wild Eye Releasing

Jun 28, 2016 No Comments by

If you’re reading this, the likelihood of you not knowing of Debbie Rochon is extremely low. But, to err on the side of you not being very hip (let’s get with the program, people!), Rochon is indie horror royalty. She’s the queen as it were. From her roles in several infamous Troma flicks in the […]

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Interview with Emmy-Award winning Special FX Artist Jaremy Aiello

Jun 27, 2016 1 Comment by

For those of you old enough to remember, there was a time—from about the mid-1970s through the 1980s—when our favorite movies’ special FX artists were every bit as important to us, if not more so, as those same films’ directors, writers, and stars.  Their creations defined the era.  Giant sharks, Imperial Walkers, American werewolves, iconic […]

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Interview with DEATH HOUSE Director Harrison Smith

Jun 23, 2016 No Comments by

Horror deserves far more credit than it is given, both by critics and audiences who don’t necessarily appreciate the genre. Director Harrison Smith, president of Recall Studios, has been hard at work creating a film that should blow quite a few minds within the horror community. Heck, it may even open a few eyes outside […]

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Winners Tape All: The Henderson Brothers Story Movie Review

Jun 21, 2016 No Comments by

I should probably be recused from this review. By all accounts, I’m prejudiced. Currently, as I write this, there’s a 3X5 West Virginia flag hanging over my bed. Next to my computer is Lon Savage’s Thunder in the Mountains, which is a history of West Virginia’s mine wars, specifically 1921’s Battle of Blair Mountain. Yesterday, […]

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All Girls Weekend Movie Review

Jun 20, 2016 No Comments by

Spoiler alert: All Girls Weekend stinks. In fact, had this been All Girls Nanosecond, it still would have been a nanosecond too long. Written and directed, if you can call it that, by Lou Simon, this horrible horror story suffers fools from the get-go. Four former high school classmates get together for a weekend in […]

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BATMAN: DEAD END’s Sandy Collora Announces Anthology of Practical FX-Heavy Creature Shorts

Jun 16, 2016 No Comments by

For those of you who’ve seen the legendary internet fan film, Batman: Dead End, the name Sandy Collora will be a familiar one and the following news should get you really excited. For those of you who haven’t seen the short, go find it on YouTube and watch it. Now! Go on…. Collora’s crowdfunding a […]

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Uncork’d Entertainment to Bring John Fallon’s THE SHELTER to Cinemas this Fall

Jun 15, 2016 No Comments by

The Shelter—John Fallon’s (Alone in the Dark, Saw II, Death Race) directorial debut—has been generating much buzz as of late. From positive early reviews and unanimous praise of Michael Paré’s starring performance to the inherent value of offering up an original idea, something high-concept akin to movies like The Cube and Jacob’s Ladder, The Shelter […]

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Tabloid Vivant Movie Review

Jun 13, 2016 No Comments by

Kyle Broom takes art to a whole new level with his latest film, the thriller Tabloid Vivant. Sara Speed (Tamzin Brown) is a young and eager art critic who is enamored with her love interest’s tests of art’s boundaries. Maximilien Klinkau (Jesse Woodrow) is the hunky-fella type whom you’d imagine is used to having women fawn […]

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Fever Movie Review

Jun 09, 2016 No Comments by

Raphael Neal, the French actor turned auteur, shows admirable restraint and grace with Fever, his film festival darling loosely based on the Leopold and Loeb murder that resulted in a fascinating trial that captivated America in the 1920s. As with that crime, two well-to-do students commit a murder for nothing more than the thrill of […]

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