21 Dec 2018


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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11 Oct 2018


Recently, Fear Forever got the chance to speak with up and coming genre actor David Lee Hess as a part of the Philadelphia Unnamed Film Festival. Although he’s no stranger to acting (with roughly 55 credits to date), he’s recently made a name for himself within the horror community. David

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07 Sep 2018


The Philadelphia Unnamed Film Festival, or PUFF as it’s affectionately called, has wasted no time making a name for itself in its brief three years in existence. PUFF is the brainchild of a few well-established genre journalists, and it’s clear that they love what they do. The small festival always

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11 Oct 2017


There is a certain sect (mind you its a small one, though a sect nonetheless) of horror fans that love Shot-On-Video horror. I happen to be one of those lovers.  I can’t explain why. It’s not because I don’t want to but because I actually don’t know what it is

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04 Oct 2017


RIFT (Rökkur) is an Icelandic film that is as stunning and slow moving as the glaciers that surround our two lead characters.  Set in an extremely remote and secluded area surrounded by water, glaciers and dotted with mostly abandoned cabins and huts, Einar (Sigurður Þór Óskarsson) has retreated to his

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29 Sep 2017

Short Film Review: GET YOURSELF TOGETHER , MIKEY (Philadelphia Unnamed Film Festival)

*GET YOURSELF TOGETHER , MIKEY will play  at 4:30 p.m. on Saturday, September 30* For Tickets: https://filmfreeway.com/festival/PhiladelphiaUnnamedFilmFestival/tickets Mikey’s (played by the fantastic Tom Hagi) situation is one part therapy and one part THE TALENTED MR. RIPLEY. After a shocking  (to him) breakup Mikey goes to the store to do what most

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26 Sep 2017

Short Film Review: DEATH METAL (Philadelphia Unnamed Film Festival)

               *DEATH METAL will play before TERRIFIER at 9:30 p.m. on Thurs, September 28* To buy tickets: https://filmfreeway.com/festival/PhiladelphiaUnnamedFilmFestival/tickets Let me start by saying that I am a fan of death metal as a musical genre. In fact, I find it oddly soothing at times.  The “music” played by our musician

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09 Sep 2017

Philadelphia Unnamed Film Festival (PUFF) Adds Lost Film, Acclaimed Haunt Doc to 2017 Line-Up

As things become more and more uncertain in the realm of theatrical film distribution, there is one thing that has become decidedly clear: the lack of original voices at the multiplex have brought pockets of individual film communities together around the world. As a result, there are more film festivals

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