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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27 Feb 2018

Interview : BRODY GUSAR

Brody Gusar is no stranger to horror. He is not only a fan, but the editor of some of the genres finest specimens such as CHEAP THRILLS, STARRY EYES and MOHAWK. We got to sit down with Brody and pick his brain (figuratively, not literally of course) about the ins

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26 Feb 2018

MUSIC: DREAMREAPER – GOOSEBUMPS THEME REMIX

Some would say that the 90’s were the heyday for horror. With the internet being born in 1991, 90’s kids are really the last generation that had to get their horror in hard copy.  You got your latest edition of GOOSEBUMPS at the Scholastic Book Fair (maybe just me), you

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14 Feb 2018

Australian Horror shorts- Final Girls Berlin Film Festival

The Final Girls Berlin Film Festival is creating a space for females in the horror genre; celebrating their contributions in a way that feels genuinely for women by women. February is ‘Women in Horror Month’ and I have to say I’m feeling the camaraderie this year. Because I am personally

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11 Feb 2018

FILM REVIEW: BRICKS (3 OF 3 SHORT FILMS)

Our third and final review of Neville Pierce’s short films block is for his gothic-horror tale BRICKS. Our other reviews of Pierces’s short films can be found here and here. BRICKS is a modern twist on a classic Edgar Allan Poe tale. It’s actually one of my favorite Poe stories,

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08 Feb 2018

FILM REVIEW: GHOSTED ( 2 OF 3 SHORT FILMS)

Our next review from the trio of shorts by Neville Pierce is called GHOSTED. For more information on this shorts block, check out our first review posted here. Full disclosure, this one is NOT a horror film… but it does involve a hefty dose of the supernatural. Even if that

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07 Feb 2018

*NSFW* FILM REVIEW : DEAD. TISSUE. LOVE. – FINAL GIRLS BERLIN FILM FESTIVAL

                                                                          *NSFW WARNING*        *THIS POST CONTAINS NUDITY – NOT SAFE FOR WORK (Unless your work is cool with that)* Natasha Austin-Green is a cutting edge experimental documentary filmmaker, who shows us once again that boundaries of taboo subjects can make you reconsider

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05 Feb 2018

FILM REVIEW: LOCK IN – (1 of 3 SHORT FILMS)

It’s always amazing when you attend a film festival and you walk away remembering a short film, rather than a feature. It’s no mystery to anyone that attends film festivals, that often times the short film programs are the first to sell out. With the advancements in technology, as well

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04 Feb 2018

FILM REVIEW : PLEASE LOVE ME FOREVER – Final Girls Berlin Film Festival

The 1st of February marked the opening night of the Final Girls Berlin Film Festival(FGBFF). It’s a film festival created with the purpose of putting the spotlight on horror that is directed, written or produced by anyone who identifies as female. Like almost any other industry, the film industry is

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03 Feb 2018

FILM REVIEW: PREVENGE – Final Girls Berlin Film Festival

This weekend marks the return of the Final Girls Berlin Film Festival, and the line-up is looking strong. This particular fest aims to showcase female driven horror films, whether they’re writers, producers, or directors. It’s about damn time that women start getting some horror recognition, since many of the strongest

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