Archive for January, 2017

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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BONE TOMAHAWK Rewind: Gore and Grit in Old Texas

Jan 30, 2017 No Comments by

Bone Tomahawk fittingly begins with someone’s throat being cut. Even more fittingly, it leads to an argument ABOUT throats being cut. This gives you an idea of both the merciless violence and pitch-black humor that drives Bone Tomahawk, a bloody tale of the Old West. The dirty swine doing the mayhem is one Mr. Purvis, […]

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Pitchfork Movie Review

Jan 25, 2017 No Comments by

Let me begin by saying that I am a big lover and supporter of indie horror. I love the original ideas and discovering the new talent that appears both in front of and behind the camera. New characters and villains to root for and/or despise is just fun. That being said, I went into this […]

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Havenhurst Movie Review

Jan 23, 2017 No Comments by

Havenhurst now joins the Dakota of Rosemary’s Baby, the surreal gateway to tragedy of Dario Argento’s Inferno, and the Brooklyn brownstone of The Sentinel. However, unlike those other films, the titular monstrosity of Havenhurst is not haunted by the supernatural, but by the “most dangerous game.” Director Andrew C. Erin’s Havenhurst is a taut thriller […]

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Genre All-Star Feature HAVENHURST Coming in February; Watch the Trailer Here

Jan 18, 2017 No Comments by

Andrew C. Erin’s forthcoming feature Havenhurst is the type of indie horror film that us horror nerds yearn for: It’s stylish, it boasts big-budget production values, and it features a cast of genre A-listers including Julie Benz (Buffy the Vampire Slayer, Deter) and Danielle Harris (Halloween 4, Hatchet). Havenhurst is coming to screens great and […]

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Arrow Video Kicks Off 2017 with Hardboiled Japanese Crime and Zombie Bikers

Jan 17, 2017 No Comments by

Arrow Video has shared their upcoming Blu-ray/DVD release schedule for January and February and as usual their offerings run the gamut.  First on the list is the Black Society Trilogy, a series of transcendent crime films from Japanese splatter master Takashi Miike.  Next we have We Are the Flesh, a surreal Mexican frightmare that’s been […]

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Brett Harvey to Direct Biopic INMATE #1: THE RISE OF DANNY TREJO

Jan 12, 2017 No Comments by

Danny Trejo is one of this generation’s most prolific character actors.  He’s our quintessential “face” who’s lent his rugged, intimidating Latino menace to so many of the best exploitation and horror genre movies over the past 25 years as well as some of the best television series to ever grace the small screen, including Breaking […]

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VOODOO Curses Theaters this February; Watch the Trailer Here

Jan 11, 2017 No Comments by

It’s been a while since we’ve had a black-magic induced scare at the cinemas, but for those of you with a proclivity for pin cushions shaped like your annoying roommate, the wait is over.  Filmmaker Tom Costabile’s fright feature Voodoo is coming to the big screen next month. Read the press release and watch the […]

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Indie Horror PPV Website IBleedIndie Launches

Jan 04, 2017 No Comments by

For those of you who love the indie-est of the indie horror films out there, or for the filmmakers among you, the news that a new PPV platform is launching that will cater to you all should come as exciting news.  The start-up is a website called IBleedIndie and it’s a promising idea. Read the […]

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She Who Must Burn Movie Review

Jan 03, 2017 No Comments by

Directed by Larry Kent and co-written by Kent and Shane Twerdun, She Who Must Burn is the story of a backwoods mining town run predominately by a fanatically evangelical family, and the people who suffer from it. The opening sequence sets the stage for what you can expect: A man enters a planned parenthood building […]

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