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Posts By Finley Ash

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Beyond ‘The Pale Door’ lies a bloody standoff of witches vs outlaws
7.3
2 months ago

Beyond ‘The Pale Door’ lies a bloody standoff of witches vs outlaws

The outlaw “Dalton gang” gets more than they bargained for when they try to rob a train in this subversive horror western mash-up. Aaron B. Koontz (Camera ObscuraScare Package) shepherds …
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‘Dead Dicks’ offers long, hard look at grief, depression, loss, and genitalia
7.3
2 months ago

‘Dead Dicks’ offers long, hard look at grief, depression, loss, and genitalia

By  •  Reviews

* If you’re contemplating suicide or self harm, please call 1-800-273-8255 in the United States. In Canada, please call Crisis Services at 1-833-456-4566 or visit Suicide.org to find help in …
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The hills are alive with the ‘Sound of Violence’
3 months ago

The hills are alive with the ‘Sound of Violence’

By  •  News, Trailer

A year ago, we told you about Alex Noyer’s award-winning short film, Conductor, which packed the carnage of a Saw film into a blistering seven minutes. At the time, we …
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‘Death Ranch’ is the last place you want to stop on your Tennessee vacation
6.5
3 months ago

‘Death Ranch’ is the last place you want to stop on your Tennessee vacation

By  •  Reviews

Charlie Steeds is back at it again with his newest feature film, Death Ranch. If you’re a frequent visitor here or a listener to our podcast, you’ll likely recognize Steeds …
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‘Z’ wants to talk: An interview with Brandon Christensen
3 months ago

‘Z’ wants to talk: An interview with Brandon Christensen

By  •  Interviews

With the drop of Z‘s physical media and digital release, I took a few moments to sit down with writer/director Brandon Christensen. We chatted about his latest release, Z (check …
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‘Z’ is the last imaginary friend you want your child to have
6.8
3 months ago

‘Z’ is the last imaginary friend you want your child to have

By  •  Reviews

Brandon Christensen’s sophomore effort, simply titled Z, doubles down on parental nightmares. His first film, Still/Born, dealt with the horrors of postpartum depression and grief. Now he turns his attention to …
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[Fantasia 2020] ‘Sanzaru’ blends domestic melodrama with old school surrealist horror
6.3
3 months ago

[Fantasia 2020] ‘Sanzaru’ blends domestic melodrama with old school surrealist horror

By  •  Reviews

Xia Margus’s feature-length debut, Sanzaru, takes its name from the mythical ‘see no evil, speak no evil, hear no evil’ apes. It perfectly encapsulates the centralized themes of the film, …
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[Fantasia 2020] ‘Bleed With Me’ is a heavy, minimalistic story of manipulation and betrayal
6.8
3 months ago

[Fantasia 2020] ‘Bleed With Me’ is a heavy, minimalistic story of manipulation and betrayal

By  •  Reviews

Sometimes a film just sits with you for awhile and you aren’t sure what to make of it. As cliche as it sounds, that was my experience with Amelia Moses’ …
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[Fantasia 2020] ‘Lucky’ turns home invasion on its head in a poignant social thriller
8.3
3 months ago

[Fantasia 2020] ‘Lucky’ turns home invasion on its head in a poignant social thriller

By  •  Reviews

Whether it’s in film, gaming, comics, or even boring occupations like engineering or law, the experience as a professional woman is, to say the least, unique. While no one is …
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Got a short film? Picture Show Panic submission deadline is upon us
3 months ago

Got a short film? Picture Show Panic submission deadline is upon us

By  •  News

You might remember last year we told you about a brand new horror shorts film festival. Now, Picture Show Panic is gearing up for it’s second year and is accepting …
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