21 Apr 2019

FILM REVIEW: HIGH ON THE HOG

It’s that magical time of year again, and no, I’m not talking about Christmas. Instead I’m referring to spring time in the Rockies. It’s time for sunshine, long hikes in the mountains, and a little “holiday” celebrated on April 20th. That’s right folks… 4/20! Being a Denver (where weed has

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07 Sep 2018

FILM REVIEW: DERELICTS (PUFF 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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02 Feb 2018

CONTEST: CHARLES MANSON: THE FINAL WORDS iTUNES GIVE-AWAY (CANADA ONLY, SORRY!)

Yesterday we posted our review for the Rob Zombie narrated documentary CHARLES MANSON: THE FINAL WORDS.  This film is extremely compelling and gives a much more personal viewpoint than so many of the Manson documentaries before. It also marks the last film Manson collaborated on before his passing in November

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01 Feb 2018

FILM REVIEW: CHARLES MANSON: THE FINAL WORDS

It’s a strange time we live in. Kids are eating tide pods and everyday the fight over Charles Manson‘s body gets weirder with more people coming out of the woodwork, trying to stake their claim. Charles Manson died November 19th 2017.  In the year before his death Manson collaborated with

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08 Dec 2017

FILM REVIEW: AYLA (Fantastic Planet Film Festival)

As someone once said: sometimes not getting what you want is a wonderful stroke of luck… If there is one genre that knows how to thrive on crowdfunding, it is horror. As of late, many successful films have come from places such as Kickstarter and Indie Go Go. I myself

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19 Aug 2017

FILM REVIEW: GHOST HOUSE

The supernatural subgenre has a huge stake in horror. Although it’s not typically my first choice, I do enjoy a good haunt. Such is the case with GHOST HOUSE, the first feature film from the Ragsdale brothers. Rich and Kevin (Ragsdale) have created an unsettling and twisted tale of a

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17 Aug 2017

Film Review: CIRCUS KANE

Clowns scare me. Clowns, snakes, possessed dolls and tomatoes. They all frighten the crap out of me. So of course, when presented with a screener for CIRCUS KANE, I shrieked with delight! Why turn down the next opportunity to be scared out of my wits by killer clowns (NOT from

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