06 May 2020

FILM REVIEW: POWERBOMB

During these weird quarantine times, a lot of different movies have been popping up in my inbox. Not all of them are horror films, but almost all of them have a darker tone about them. One such movie that wasn’t even on my radar was the pro-wrestling melodrama POWERBOMB. Sure

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07 Apr 2020

FILM REVIEW: SHE’S ALLERGIC TO CATS

After premiering at Fantasia International Film Festival in 2016, SHE’S ALLERGIC TO CATS has just landed on VOD April 7th. The film, written and directed by Michael Reich, comes across as semi-autobiographical. During its festival appearances, it was praised. And to this, I ask, um….were we watching the same movie?

Erin Grant 0
30 Mar 2020

FILM REVIEW: CREPITUS

Every now and then you hear something about a promising horror film, and then it seems to take an eternity for that film to see the light of day. CREPITUS is one of those films. I remember hearing some rumblings on the internet way back in 2017, and then I

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20 Oct 2019

FILM REVIEW: VFW (TELLURIDE HORROR SHOW)

FEAR FOREVER’S next review out of the TELLURIDE HORROR SHOW is our pick for “best of the fest” with the film VFW. VFW is a balls-to-the-wall ultra-violent 80’s throwback reminiscent of something along the lines of RETURN OF THE LIVING DEAD meets GREEN ROOM meets STONE COLD meets ASSAULT ON

Andy Breslow 0
23 Sep 2019

FILM REVIEW: PREY

When I first received my copy of the deserted island horror flick PREY, I admit that I didn’t know what to expect. What I did know was that the film was produced by genre favorite production company BLUMHOUSE and directed by Franck Khalfoun. This was a promising revelation, considering the

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21 Aug 2019

FILM REVIEW: PERFECT

Independent science fiction has consistently provided us with food for thought by scaling back and stripping down stories to put the focus on the future and the ramifications it will have on us as people. The desired effect is to appeal to our humanity.  However, trying to find that “perfect”

Erin Grant 1
04 Apr 2019

FILM REVIEW: THE WIND

Outside of horror-comedy, it’s not easy to cite successful examples of horror genre mash-ups. In my opinion, the horror western is a rarity, and frankly I can only think of one or two films that fit the bill. I hadn’t really thought about it, but I find it interesting due

Andy Breslow 0
25 Mar 2019

FILM REVIEW: THE LAPLACE’S DEMON

Having recently finished up its festival run, I’m rooting for GIORDANO GIULIVI’s (APOLLO 54) latest cerebral horror flick THE LAPLACE’S DEMON. Now available on iTunes, Prime Video and more On Demand platforms in the US and Canada, this little gem will hopefully make some waves and find its audience. And

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20 Nov 2018

FILM REVIEW: LUCIFERINA

Admittedly, possession films aren’t really my thing. They tend to be VERY similar to one another and unless there’s something new to the story, you’re pretty much not going to top THE EXORCIST in my opinion. Personally, I’m more of a blood & gore connoisseur. Now that we’ve gotten that

Andy Breslow 0
23 Oct 2018

FILM REVIEW: JOHNNY GRUESOME

We take a break today from festival coverage to review a film that you don’t need to attend a festival to see.  Not only can you currently see JOHNNY GRUESOME on VOD now, but you SHOULD see JOHNNY GRUESOME on VOD now. The film opens with the song “Dyin Tonight“,

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