New Poster Art Revealed for Jason Trost’s “The FP2: Beats of Rage”
Apr10

New Poster Art Revealed for Jason Trost’s “The FP2: Beats of Rage”

POSTER FOR “THE FP 2: BEATS OF RAGE” REVEALED! Any follow-up to 2011’s beloved post-apocalyptic comedy The FP 2 has huge Beat-Beat boots to fill. But if the just-revealed poster art is any indication, director Jason Trost is delivering everything we loved about the original in his sequel, Beats of Rage. Created by hand-drawn poster legend Thomas Hodge (The Dude Designs), the official poster for Beats of Rage features a gleaming,...

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Blu-Ray Review: FEED THE LIGHT (2014)
Jan29

Blu-Ray Review: FEED THE LIGHT (2014)

Film Review: Feed the Light (2014) Released in 2017 by INTERVISION PICTURE CORP. and SEVERIN FILMS, FEED THE LIGHT is bare bones, bizarre genre brilliance. Co-written, produced and directed by Henrik Möller, this marks Möller feature film debut after 65 video and traditional short form projects in total. Perhaps as close to a master of short form storytelling as you will find on the scene, Möller and co-writer Martin Jirhamn release a...

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Film Review: CUT SHOOT KILL (2017)
Aug15

Film Review: CUT SHOOT KILL (2017)

Film Review: Review by: Jay Kay As streaming platforms and more distribution companies pop up, the need and increase in horror film content grows. CUT SHOOT KILL is another piece of horror content that takes the basic slasher formula, adds a few clever twists, well-constructed gore makeup and excellent cinematography but still fades into the bloody forest of horror film history. Let’s be honest, who am I to criticize the creators,...

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Jay Kay interviews filmmaker Jeff Frumess (Romeo’s Distress)
Jul13

Jay Kay interviews filmmaker Jeff Frumess (Romeo’s Distress)

Let’s be honest… love is hell and horror. Whether it is undead intimacy that we witness in Nekromantik (1987). A father’s love of his daughter in Big Bad Wolves (2013) or ass to mouth in monochrome with The Human Centipede II: Full Sequence (2011). The isolation and compatibility of American Guinea Pig: Bloodshock (2015) or the tragic ends surrounding family hate and star crossed lovers in Romeo & Juliet (1968), love has fucked...

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BOX SET REVIEW: PHANTASM
Apr23

BOX SET REVIEW: PHANTASM

BOX SET REVIEW: PHANTASM Back in 2015 at Texas Frightmare Weekend in Dallas, Texas, I waited on a rather long line to meet Angus Scrimm. The man had solidified his legacy as not only a quality actor on many fronts (check out his voice work on Tales From Beyond the Pale) but as the legendary horror icon known as The Tall Man from filmmaker Don Coscarelli “phan” loved and fever dream immersed horror franchise entitled Phantasm. Angus...

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