25 Sep 2017

Video Review: THE ORVILLE

So it’s no big secret that sci-fi isn’t exactly my bag, but I always try to keep an open mind.  Matt Campagna, my film review partner-in-crime, happens to adore sci-fi and sees so much good in it, even when it’s bad.  That brings us to today’s review, THE ORVILLE. THE

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23 Sep 2017

Interview: Michael Slade Part 2

FF: Tell us about your mother’s real-life adventures in “the Land of the Headhunters,” and how that inspired HEADHUNTER. MS: First, you want to watch this (it’s about a minute long): https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=QB93E0Ct3W8 My mom, Vivian Murdoch, grew up in a small Alberta town with a population of about a hundred.

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09 Sep 2017

Philadelphia Unnamed Film Festival (PUFF) Adds Lost Film, Acclaimed Haunt Doc to 2017 Line-Up

As things become more and more uncertain in the realm of theatrical film distribution, there is one thing that has become decidedly clear: the lack of original voices at the multiplex have brought pockets of individual film communities together around the world. As a result, there are more film festivals

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07 Aug 2017


Living in Toronto, there is nothing I fear more than the icy frigid Canadian winters.  Though I may hate the reality of surviving in below zero temperatures I LOVE survivalist-horror. Much like Adam Greens FROZEN, one of my fave films of the sub-zero temp sub-genre, MOUNTAIN FEVER  is icy, isolated

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04 Aug 2017

INTERVIEW: Parveen Kaur

As a lover of sci-fi and horror,  you will have seen Parveen Kaur grace the screen on shows like THE STRAIN, AMERICAN GODS and DEFIANCE.  Parveens talent and work extends far beyond the screen as she is a very vocal advocate for the recognition of women of colour in film

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24 Jul 2017

Fear Forever & Your Geek News Video Review: Valerian And The City Of A Thousand Planets

I am clearly a glutton for punishment and must hate myself because after watching VALERIAN AND THE CITY OF A THOUSAND PLANETS and reviewing it here, I went on to talk about it for 40 minutes with my friend and Director Matt Campagna ( MUTANT WORLD, HUNTER’S MOON). Matt and

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22 Jul 2017


Oh boy…..where to begin……. When Luc Besson was making the visionary sci-fi film THE FIFTH ELEMENT, Jean-Claude Mézières, the writer for the French comic book VALERIAN AND LAURELINE, asked him why he wasn’t making Valerian instead. To this question Besson replied “because it is impossible” and you know what? He

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17 Jul 2017

GEORGE A. ROMERO 1940-2017

Yesterday the film world lost a leader with the announcement of the death of George A. Romero. Romero is credited as being the father of the zombie genre with films like NIGHT OF THE LIVING DEAD (1968), DAWN OF THE DEAD (1978), DAY OF THE DEAD (1985) and LAND OF

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15 Jul 2017


“Be careful Izzy, people are fragile” I wasn’t having a very good day when I watched MEMORY BOX. I was having a hard time shaking the series of problems I ran into that day when it was getting dark out and I was trying to unwind. Its times like this

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14 Jul 2017

Premiere of Return To Return To Nuke’em High, A/K/A Volume 2 at “Nuke’em High Day” in NYC

For fans of cult cinema, there’s few companies as essential to the genre as Troma Entertainment. With splattery, subversive stories of heroes, killers, monsters, nazis, and every weird and wicked creature in between, Troma has been shaking up independent filmmaking for over 40 years, earning acclaim and even prestige as

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