23 Apr 2018

FILM REVIEW: PORCELAIN STARE

I recently had the opportunity to screen Robin Rippmann’s short film PORCELAIN STARE, which comes to us all the way from Switzerland. I will be the first to admit that I have seen thousands upon thousands of horror films, and this is probably the first Swiss horror film I’ve seen.

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06 Apr 2018

Film Review: TIGERS ARE NOT AFRAID (BOSTON UNDERGROUND FILM FESTIVAL)

The Boston Underground Film Festival has just wrapped on its 2018 season, and for the past 20 years or so, it’s been bringing some of the most underrated and obscure films to the public eye. Each year, the programming continues to get stronger and 2018 is no different. This year,

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27 Mar 2018

FILM REVIEW: TERRIFIER

  Get your coulrophobia (fear of clowns) under control, because TERRIFIER is about to be unleashed onto unsuspecting audiences at the end of this month. The film is currently on a limited theatrical run and hits VOD services on March 27th. This film pulls absolutely no punches, and goes for

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28 Feb 2018

FILM REVIEW: VICTOR CROWLEY

It’s been a little over a decade since Adam Green first dropped his magnum opus  HATCHET, on unsuspecting theatre goers. While it didn’t necessarily reinvent the wheel, it was a much welcomed return to the “old school American horror” that was desperately lacking in genre cinema at the time. It’s warm

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11 Feb 2018

FILM REVIEW: BRICKS (3 OF 3 SHORT FILMS)

Our third and final review of Neville Pierce’s short films block is for his gothic-horror tale BRICKS. Our other reviews of Pierces’s short films can be found here and here. BRICKS is a modern twist on a classic Edgar Allan Poe tale. It’s actually one of my favorite Poe stories,

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08 Feb 2018

FILM REVIEW: GHOSTED ( 2 OF 3 SHORT FILMS)

Our next review from the trio of shorts by Neville Pierce is called GHOSTED. For more information on this shorts block, check out our first review posted here. Full disclosure, this one is NOT a horror film… but it does involve a hefty dose of the supernatural. Even if that

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05 Feb 2018

FILM REVIEW: LOCK IN – (1 of 3 SHORT FILMS)

It’s always amazing when you attend a film festival and you walk away remembering a short film, rather than a feature. It’s no mystery to anyone that attends film festivals, that often times the short film programs are the first to sell out. With the advancements in technology, as well

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03 Feb 2018

FILM REVIEW: PREVENGE – Final Girls Berlin Film Festival

This weekend marks the return of the Final Girls Berlin Film Festival, and the line-up is looking strong. This particular fest aims to showcase female driven horror films, whether they’re writers, producers, or directors. It’s about damn time that women start getting some horror recognition, since many of the strongest

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22 Jan 2018

FILM REVIEW: LIKE ME

LIKE ME is an impressive debut from first-time writer/director Robert Mockler, and shows immense potential. It was a tricky film for me to review, because I’m not really sure whether or not I actually liked it. I’m not opposed to something that challenges me to use my brain, but I

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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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