Film Review: SHE DEMONS OF THE BLACK SUN
May22

Film Review: SHE DEMONS OF THE BLACK SUN

Most people would probably recognize Montreal based artist SV Bell from either his website http://www.blackflag.tv or his artwork for assorted metal band’s album covers and comic books. But he’s also made several somewhat obscure DIY horror films, I recently came across one in a thrift store and gave it a watch. If the rest are as good as SHE DEMONS OF THE BLACK SUN then they’re overdue for rediscovery. Isabelle (Isabelle Stephen AT...

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FRAMES OF FEAR from Brad Twigg
May22

FRAMES OF FEAR from Brad Twigg

Brad Twigg has orchestrated an anthology of exploitation and SRS Cinema is excited to bring you a special edition advance release of the movie months ahead of the wide release. Read on, if you dare: “The midnight hour has arrived. Turn on your TV, lock your windows, bolt your doors, hold your crucifix close and most importantly, say your prayers… for its time for FRAMES OF FEAR, where our groovy ghoul Festering Frank is waiting to...

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2K Restoration of Zombie Cult Classic “THE DEAD NEXT DOOR”
May21

2K Restoration of Zombie Cult Classic “THE DEAD NEXT DOOR”

Tempe Entertainment today announced the launch of its Blu-ray label Tempe Digital with the September 26 release of the 1990 landmark independent shocker “The Dead Next Door.” Priced at $29.95 SRP, this 2-Disc Collector’s Edition includes the same Blu-ray from the company’s limited (and now out of print) 3-Disc Ultimate Edition, along with an all-new DVD featuring a collectable slipcover and three new bonus features. Two and a half...

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Film Review: HOUNDS OF LOVE (2016)
May21

Film Review: HOUNDS OF LOVE (2016)

Hounds of Love (2016) Film Review by Meredith Brown Written by Ben Young Directed by Ben Young Starring: Emma Booth, Ashleigh Cummings and Stephen Curry Ranking: 4 stars I am not a parent, but I imagine that Hounds of Love is the epitome of a mother’s worst nightmare. (Dad’s too!) It’s 1987 in Perth, Australia and your rebellious teen daughter sneaks out of the house one night en route to a party – then vanishes. Panic and...

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Film Review: CHICAGO ROT (2015)
May21

Film Review: CHICAGO ROT (2015)

Still sitting here in sort of a pleasantly shocked daze, trying to recall the very last time I kept repeating “WHAT THE FUCK???” over and over again throughout a movie. Where does one even BEGIN? Well, maybe by imagining that Clive Barker, Joe Hill (King), Ozzy Osbourne, Raymond Chandler and Rob Zombie all sat down in a room together one night, did a shitload of meth and uppers, and while somewhat coherent before everything kicked in,...

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Film Review: HEIDI (2014/2017)
May20

Film Review: HEIDI (2014/2017)

This review is based on the 2014 film HEIDI, which was recently released in 2017 after only having been screened once at the Underground PollyGrind Festival in Las Vegas. This film arrived on the scene prior to the release of such films as The Boy (2016), Annabelle (2014) and Robert (2015), which all feature demonic/ possessed dolls. SYNOPSIS– After discovering a mysterious doll in an attic of a home of an elderly neighbor, two...

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Scottish ‘Folk-Horror’ Feature Film ‘FAR FROM THE APPLE TREE’
May19

Scottish ‘Folk-Horror’ Feature Film ‘FAR FROM THE APPLE TREE’

Far From the Apple Tree stars Sorcha Groundsell (BBC’s Clique, Iona) as Judith, a struggling artist who lands her dream job of working for a renowned and sinister visual artist named Roberta Roslyn (Victoria Liddelle).  Judith’s new job allows her the opportunity to view and catalogue Roberta’s work – archiving but learning her alchemical techniques as she delves deeper and deeper through her past.  Through the work...

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Guillermo Del Toro gives thumbs up to THE BLACK GLOVES
May18

Guillermo Del Toro gives thumbs up to THE BLACK GLOVES

Responding to a Tweet from screenwriter Sarah Daly, legendary director Guillermo Del Toro praised the film’s trailer, saying it was “Very good. Great images… and great visual storytelling and evocation of Soavi and Bava.” The Black Gloves is the latest offering from director/writer team Lawrie Brewster and Sarah Daly of Scotland’s indie horror house Hex Media. Inspired by classic chillers such...

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Film Review: WILD MEN (2017)
May18

Film Review: WILD MEN (2017)

Stop me if you’ve heard this one before. The obnoxious crew of a paranormal reality show head out to a remote location and find more than they bargained for. In this case the crew of the surprise hit Sasquatch hunter show WILD MEN plan to shoot their entire second season on one location, an alleged hotbed of cryptid activity. Their quest for ratings history becomes a fight for survival when Bigfoot actually shows up. Yeah, we’ve seen...

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Film Review: LE PRINCE DE CIEUX (2016)
May17

Film Review: LE PRINCE DE CIEUX (2016)

Film: Le Prince des Cieux Review By: Patrick Fleer Production: SantaRita Films Directed by: David Thouroude Starring: Abidou M. Bodji Music by: Billy Dranty This hallucinated musical tragedy of a rebellious body that comes alive in a psychotic space saturated to trance, of a ruined body that looses itself to a rhythm of a poisoned blood beating under the skin, testifies of the illusion of going out when all that remains of life only...

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