NEKROTRONIC is a film, that on paper, may sound a little ridiculous. When I first received the screener describing a film about demons possessing people via the internet, we’ll just say that I was skeptical. Now having seen the film, I’ll be the first to admit that this film nearly
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.
TiCK is the second short film by Toronto native Ashlea Wessel. It’s also her second short film (the first being INK) to play the Toronto After Dark Film Festival. I was a big fan of INK, but I found TiCK to be leaps and bounds ahead of it. There
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.
To wrap up the first season of 66 HORROR FLIX we will be going out with a bang. Today’s episode covers the David Bowie starring vampire thriller THE HUNGER. For those not familiar, THE HUNGER is the story of a love triangle that develops between a beautiful yet dangerous vampire,
Toronto After Dark Film Festival has officially wrapped, and as always they’ve brought to light some of the best examples of independent horror cinema from around the world. One of the more subversive offerings this time around is the superb vampire comedy EAT LOCALS. Not subversive in terms of being
As any fan of professional wrestling (or “sports entertainment,” as some may say) can tell you, there has been a firm and tangible connection between the world of horror and the world of wrestling for decades now. From worm-eating nightmare men to blood-letting vampires to full-on satanic cults, there have