Film Review: PITCHFORK
Apr26

Film Review: PITCHFORK

A film that begins with a college student returning home to his conservative family after coming out as gay with a few friends for support sounds like a slice of drama doesn’t it? But what happens when the potential wrath of his father is far from the worst thing he’ll have to face? <img class=”alignnone size-medium wp-image-43549″...

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Film Review: WHEN BLACK BIRDS FLY
Apr26

Film Review: WHEN BLACK BIRDS FLY

Jimmy ScreamerClauz literally took years to create this independent labor of love. In this film, he writes, directs, produces, animates, and even works on the soundtrack. The dedication and attention to detail in this film is what truly fascinates me about the independent film world. Without people like Jimmy, after all, the film fan would be stuck with whatever the mainstream wanted to throw at them. In the film, a couple in the...

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Film Review: THE INNOCENTS
Apr25

Film Review: THE INNOCENTS

THE INNOCENTS (2015) Synopsis- In 19th century Argentina, a man returns to his family’s plantation after fifteen years away. His visit revives a violent past, brings forth past slave abuses and re awakens the evil spirits. Told in a fast paced back and forth between the stories present and the past, THE INNOCENTS (aka Los Inocentes) delivers a well paced unfurling of dark creepy joy for any horror fan. The story itself is rich...

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Film Review: HARVEST LAKE
Apr25

Film Review: HARVEST LAKE

Harvest Lake is the latest film from Writer/Director Scott Schirmer. With his latest effort, Schirmer proves that the success of his previous film, the highly acclaimed Found, was no fluke. That said; don’t expect a repeat of past works from Schirmer. Harvest Lake is a very different film than Found with a very different feel. Found was a straight ahead horror film while Harvest Lake is a stylish, hyper sexualized science...

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Film Review: THE SNARE (2017)
Apr24

Film Review: THE SNARE (2017)

If you had to be trapped in a deserted apartment building, you’d want it to be with your best friends right? I mean who better to be with in a bad situation than folks you know will have your back, right? Well, in C.A. Cooper’s THE SNARE three friends find out the hard way that isn’t always true. Three friends Alice (Eaoifa Forward SACRIFICE), Lizzy (Rachel Warren PERFECT BREAK) and her boyfriend Carl (Dan Paton) head off for a...

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Film Review: THE PURGING HOUR
Apr24

Film Review: THE PURGING HOUR

If you are like me, you are probably getting a little tired of anything that falls within the mockumentary and found footage genres. These types of films are coming out at a fast and furious pace right now. It may be for that very reason that they are getting harder and harder to sit through. Due to the simplistic nature of the films, this is also creating a situation in which the true gems are becoming harder and harder to find. With...

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Film Review: Sinistre (1996 & 2017)
Apr23

Film Review: Sinistre (1996 & 2017)

Old school underground splatter fiend Ronnie Sortor, is re-releasing a hidden gem from 1996. His 1997 film Ravage was released by Sub Rosa Studios. His work as an editor and producer have been showcased through the more recent indie hits Flowers and Lung II (Directed by Phil Stevens). While those movies were given great releases by Unearthed Films, Sortor’s own company, Borderline Cinema, played a huge part in their popularity....

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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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Terror Films Debuts Official Trailer, Poster and Clip for INNER DEMON
Apr23

Terror Films Debuts Official Trailer, Poster and Clip for INNER DEMON

On the week of its World Wide debut, Terror Films is releasing the Official Poster, Trailer and one more exclusive clip of Ursula Dabrowsky’s INNER DEMON.  In the sometimes male dominated Horror genre comes a voice that proves that twisted and disturbing thoughts flow just as eloquently from the minds of female filmmakers. INNER DEMON tells the tale of teenager Sam (Sarah Jeavons) who manages to escape from a deranged serial killer...

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Film Review: Voyage to Agatis (2010)
Apr22

Film Review: Voyage to Agatis (2010)

Marian Dora is an underground icon. He only has a few films, and they are all pretty hard to come by. Voyage to Agatis was released by Massacre Video, and is perhaps the easiest to find. It is still a victim of Ebay rapists, so I urge you to shop around and be patient if you’re looking for it. There are crazy people out there. I have seen these people asking for over a hundred dollars for this film. At this point, I am beginning...

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