It’s no coincidence that a film like THE HOLLOW CHILD is being released on iTunes to the masses on Devil’s Night (October 3oth), possibly the most macabre and mischievous of days. In anticipation of its digital release, Fear Forever had the chance to chat with the films director/writer Jeremy Lutter.
As proved by historical evidence and numerous fictional stories and films, Old time Westerns are as great a source of horror as modern times- if not more. Period pieces are coming back to horror with a vengeance and THE MASSACRE AT YELLOW HILL, written by C.S Humble, is no exception.
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
Even though 66 HORROR FLIX host and film director Jim Towns has been hard at work on his latest horror vehicle STATE OF DESOLATION, that didn’t stop him from revisiting a film he hated on first viewing. That would be the Frank Langella starring 1979 horror-romance, DRACULA. Before we get
FEAR FOREVER is proud to present the new ongoing series 66 HORROR FLIX. This weekly online series features award-winning writer, director and horror film buff Jim Towns. Towns brings a dynamic filmmaker’s analysis to 66 of his favorite under-appreciated horror classics. Upcoming episodes will feature cult classics such as SPIDER