French indie film maker David Teixeira has given fans of amateur horror his interpretation of the classic slasher with his film GIRLS NIGHT. Although the film doesn’t particularly bring anything new to the table it is a valid entry into the sub-genre. Three friends Jess (Marina de Sousa), Chloe (Liliana
As Halloween swiftly creeps in, horror fans will inevitably be dining on an endless buffet of welcome scares and gory treats. This applies to both foreign and domestic markets, and this year Italy is no exception. Director Alberto Bogo (EXTREME JUKEBOX) will soon be serving his second stab at the
A Night Of Horror Film Fest in Sydney Australia just wrapped this past weekend. The fest brought with it some strong entries, in this its 11th year. As is the case with most genre fests, programming is usually a mixed bag of the good, bad, ugly, and everything in between.
HAPPY DEATH DAY is a film that on a quick glance of the trailer could be written off as just another one of the countless whodunit slashers that employs your standard package of the straight-from-central-casting crew of beautiful, white, sun-kissed, cult-like/abusive levels of narcissist personality disorder that are gift-wrapped nicely