21 Oct 2018

FILM REVIEW: POSSUM (TELLURIDE HORROR SHOW)

On the flip side to the coin of making a diamond-in-the-rough film festival discovery (see our review for THE HEAD), there’s also the danger a finding a lump of coal. Such was the case with the “puppet-horror” head-scratcher POSSUM, playing as a part of the 9th annual Telluride Horror Show

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20 Oct 2018

FILM REVIEW: THE HEAD (TELLURIDE HORROR SHOW)

The beauty of covering film festivals is the possibility of discovering something new. You just never know what treasures the programmers have discovered, and sometimes you just need to take the plunge on something unknown. This years Telluride Horror Show provided this writer with one such pleasure…namely a film called

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19 Oct 2018

FILM REVIEW: ANNA AND THE APOCALYPSE (TELLURIDE HORROR SHOW)

Next up on our continued coverage of the Telluride Horror Show is our review of ANNA AND THE APOCALYPSE. This quirky and very strange little film has been making the festival rounds for a while now, so I was excited to finally get a chance to see it. The two

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17 Oct 2018

FILM REVIEW: LORDS OF CHAOS (TELLURIDE HORROR SHOW)

That’s a wrap on the 9th annual Telluride Horror Show. Hard to believe it’s been 9 years already, but this little mountain town is home to one of the best genre fests in the world. In fact, if you know of a more picturesque place to host a film festival…please

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12 Oct 2018

INTERVIEW: DAVID LEE HESS – PART 2

Our interview with DAVID LEE HESS was so good that we had to break it in two, rather then chop it down to one part.  In part two we talk about his film FETISH, which plays the Telluride Horror Show on Saturday for their “Something Wicked This Way Comes: Shorts

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11 Oct 2018

INTERVIEW: DAVID LEE HESS – PART 1

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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28 Feb 2018

FILM REVIEW: VICTOR CROWLEY

It’s been a little over a decade since Adam Green first dropped his magnum opus  HATCHET, on unsuspecting theatre goers. While it didn’t necessarily reinvent the wheel, it was a much welcomed return to the “old school American horror” that was desperately lacking in genre cinema at the time. It’s warm

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20 Dec 2017

2017: ANDY BRESLOW’S FAVES OF FRIGHT

It’s that time of year again, and no I’m not talking about that commercialized cash grab known as Christmas, but rather that time of year to sort through the hundreds of horror films I’ve seen to try to bring you my top 5. When it comes to horror films, I

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