16 Jan 2018

FILM REVIEW: THE ROAD MOVIE

As a somewhat new driver who is not all that confident in their automotive capabilities yet, maaaaaybe this wasn’t the movie for me.  Sure, I can and have spent copious amounts of time over the years watching crash compilations on Youtube, but those are edited for maximum destruction.  If THE

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15 Jan 2018

Book Review: Hug Chickenpenny: The Panegyric of an Anomalous Child

There is no doubt that S. Craig Zahler is making a name for himself as an incredible director and writer. His first film, BONE TOMAHAWK was a successful, genre-bending take on a classic Western and the recently released BRAWL IN CELL BLOCK 99 had people positively salivating . It’s fairly

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12 Jan 2018

Film Review: MUSCLECAR

MUSCLECAR is an Australian independent horror-comedy that has gained my appreciation as an instant Ozploitation classic. Not only that, it’s a film which debunks the overtly sweeping sentiment that grindhouse cinema is dead. Rockabilly babe Bambi Steele (Jacinta Stapleton) is almost broke after her directorial debut fails. That doesn’t stop

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02 Jan 2018

5 Most Important Horror Films Of 2017-Daniel Rodriguez

The last few years have been game changing for the horror genre, historically and monetarily. Not only is there an insurgence of critically acclaimed films such as THE WITCH and THE WAILING, but box office numbers have never been higher. If you don’t believe me, just check the revenues from

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24 Dec 2017

Top 5 Terrors of 2017 – ERIN GRANT

Sitting down to write out my Top 5 of 2017 made me reflect and appreciate just how many awesome horror films were released this year. Yes, there were big wins for the genre at the box office – for example IT, GET OUT and HAPPY DEATH DAY .  There were

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20 Dec 2017

2017: ANDY BRESLOW’S FAVES OF FRIGHT

It’s that time of year again, and no I’m not talking about that commercialized cash grab known as Christmas, but rather that time of year to sort through the hundreds of horror films I’ve seen to try to bring you my top 5. When it comes to horror films, I

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19 Dec 2017

TOP 5 FRIGHT FLICKS OF 2017: MEREDITH BROWN

As 2017 comes to a close, it is with great pleasure that I present my list of the Top 5 Picks in Horror Films for the year… There was a lot of discussion regarding the lack of new blood (pun intended) within the genre. Blockbusters such as IT, GET OUT,

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11 Dec 2017

CONTEST: WIN TICKETS TO QUEER FEAR PRESENTS: “SILENT NIGHT, DEADLY NIGHT” IN TORONTO

It’s the most wonderful time of the year! With the holidays quickly approaching FEAR FOREVER and the angels of QUEER FEAR and THE ROYAL CINEMA want to give you a gift of 2 passes to see SILENT NIGHT, DEADLY NIGHT on Saturday December 16th at 8:00 pm. If you have

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10 Dec 2017

EXCLUSIVE: THE ViRAL DEMON

From writer/director Jeremy Wechter comes his feature film debut, THE ViRAL DEMON. This collision of technology and human reliance reveals the story of a supernatural horror experienced in real time. THE ViRAL DEMON can draw some obvious comparisons to films such as UNFRIENDED (a personal fave) and 2016’s FRIEND REQUEST. 

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09 Dec 2017

Film Review: REPLACE (A Night of Horror Film Festival)

This decade has seen a significant amount of films from the new wave of body horror sub-genre. More specifically, with female lead story-lines that provide a first hand perspective of the transformation experience.  As body horror targets our inner fears and anxieties about things going wrong with the vessels we

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