21 Jan 2019

INTERVIEW: DUNCAN BIRMINGHAM – PART 1

Duncan Birmingham’s writing career has been wild from the start.  Almost every major source of inspiration for me as a writer is an outlet that he got his rise to fame with. ROLLING STONE? Check. THE WEEKLY WORLD NEWS? Check. THE NATIONAL ENQUIRER. Check. You name it, he has been

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15 Jan 2019

ART: INTERVIEW WITH THOMAS G. ANDERSON

For a photographer who’s work strikes fear in many, Thomas G. Anderson couldn’t be a nicer guy.  A new father (Congratulations!), Thomas G. Anderson’s work has graced the cover art for a HUGE band, and ranks up there with heavy hitters like Joshua Hoffine for fine art horror photography. FEAR

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07 Jan 2019

TOP FIVE HORROR OF 2018

I’d go on about how 2018 was a great year for horror, but every year is always a great year for horror, it’s a great genre! With each passing year horror is becoming more mainstream and films that need attention are getting the accolades they deserve. We had awesome cinematic

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03 Jan 2019

FILM REVIEW: UGLY SWEATER PARTY

It’s the most wonderful time of the year! The holidays. No matter what religious sect you follow we are all stuck on this stress filled, alcohol and familial rage fueled festive downward spiral together.  Lucky for us, UGLY SWEATER PARTY (USP) has arrived just in time to save or send

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02 Jan 2019

CONTEST: REPLICAS (Canada only, sorry!)

The beautiful people at D FILMS want you to start 2019 off right! What better way to bury 2018 than by giving away free tickets to see Keanu Reeves in REPLICAS. After a car accident kills his family, a daring synthetic biologist (played by Keanu Reeves) will stop at nothing

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21 Dec 2018

FILM REVIEW: BUTTERFLY KISSES

1999 was the year that THE BLAIR WITCH PROJECT and the found footage sub-genre gave way to an influx of independent filmmakers hoping to find the same success with their own found footage film. In the blink of an eye the market became flooded with low budget, grainy films that

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19 Dec 2018

Film Review: BLOOD, SWEAT AND TERRORS

The anthology: cinema’s answer to those of us with pitifully short attention spans. I love a good anthology, they are a great way to experience multiple directors visions in one feature. Unless they regularly attend film festivals, movie goers most likely miss out on short films, so anthologies are a

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10 Dec 2018

FILM REVIEW: THE HOUSE THAT JACK BUILT

Last week I was treated to the one-night-only director’s cut screening of Lars von Trier’s newest film THE HOUSE THAT JACK BUILT (THTJB).It was a challenging film on many levels, and even as I sit here writing this, I know that this review alone may rub people the wrong way.

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07 Dec 2018

BOOK REVIEW: TWERK

Unabashedly raw and sexy, TWERK is the latest novel by author  Isobel Blackthorn of Melbourne, Australia. One part crime thriller and one part pure nightmare fuel, TWERK is set in the gritty yet dazzling world of Las Vegas’ strip clubs. Amber thinks she has met the man of her dreams when

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22 Nov 2018

FILM REVIEW: GIRLS NIGHT ANTHOLOGY

French indie film maker David Teixeira has given fans of amateur horror his interpretation of the classic slasher with his film GIRLS NIGHT. Although the film doesn’t particularly bring anything new to the table it is a valid entry into the sub-genre. Three friends Jess (Marina de Sousa), Chloe (Liliana

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