29 Nov 2017

FILM REVIEW: MY FRIEND DAHMER

I LOVE THIS MOVIE. Normally, I start reviews with a bit of a lead up but goddamn it I am just too stoked on this film and I had to get that out of my system.   I hope that this review will make you want to see it so you

Amy 0
23 Nov 2017

Short Film Review: LEVEL

LEVEL is a 2017 short film written and directed by Andrew Hunt. After appearing as an official selection at nine film festivals earlier this year, along with winning an award, the film has now been released online. LEVEL begins with a relatively simple premise: a man find himself trapped in

Erin Grant 0
22 Nov 2017

FILM REVIEW: THE SCOPIA EFFECT

There’s just no easy way to say it, THE SCOPIA EFFECT is not a good film. That being said, the film shows signs of craft and an emerging talent that may have just tried too hard to swing for the fences. My honest opinion is that the high concept elements

Andy Breslow 0
16 Nov 2017

Film Review: THE BLACK CAT

Full disclosure, I was going to pass on reviewing this short film for FEAR FOREVER. Strictly on the basis that it is a little out of our wheelhouse. It’s not horror, genre, sci-fi or action. Do you know what it is? It’s a beautifully done spooky little tale that is

Amy 0
15 Nov 2017

FILM REVIEW: AWAKENING THE ZODIAC

Last night my boyfriend was talking about his fears of going to Tampa for Thanksgiving as there is an active and elusive serial killer on the loose. The most recent victim was killed today. They have no leads and no suspects, just some grainy security camera footage. Now, imagine that

Amy 0
14 Nov 2017

FILM REVIEW: MOUNTAIN FEVER

Have you checked out Stephen King’s THE STAND? Just omit the “Devil” Randall Flagg, “Angel” Mother Abigail Freemantle, the massive journey to salvation and all the supernatural effects. Set it in the frigid mountains of the UK, and you have MOUNTAIN FEVER. Ok – just imagine some desperate survivors of

Meredith Brown 4
13 Nov 2017

BOOK REVIEW: HER EVERY FEAR

What better time is there for horror movies or creepy psychothriller novels than midsummer when you’re outside and wading through yet another hot and humid day.  Inside with the A/C going full blast, I sat down with Peter Swanson’s HER EVERY FEAR,  a true page-turner following in the long line

Peter Seidman 0
08 Nov 2017

DR. FRIGHTMARESTEIN PRESENTS: THE BIRTH OF THE FEARBEAST

It’s tough to design a horror movie monster these days. People today are harder to scare than ever. Where once audiences cowered at the sight of a pale fellow with sharp teeth, or a particularly hairy guy, the modern viewer has a more sophisticated palette. Your average moviegoer isn’t afraid

Elijah Taylor 0
30 Oct 2017

FILM REVIEW: MAYHEM (TORONTO AFTER DARK)

MAYHEM played at the Toronto After Dark Film Festival this month. My schedule did not allow me to go see it when it played in the theatre, so I watched it at home.  Before I delve deeper (and reveal some spoilers) I will say this: If you get the chance

Amy 0
27 Oct 2017

FILM REVIEW: THE VILLAINESS (TORONTO AFTER DARK)

THE VILLAINESS (originally titled Ak-Nyeo) opens with one of the most badass fight scenes in recent memory. Seriously, the opening number (which feels like a single first-person shot) opens with such fire and fury that it’s almost nauseating. I mean that in the best of ways. Playing at this year’s

Andy Breslow 0