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

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

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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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‘Cobra Kai’ producers premiere ‘The Block Island Sound’ at Fantasia 2020
1 month ago

‘Cobra Kai’ producers premiere ‘The Block Island Sound’ at Fantasia 2020

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If there’s anything I’ve learned from environmental horror movies it’s that if the fish and birds start dying, the humans better watch the fuck out. But what exactly is happening …
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[CFF 2020] ‘Skull: The Mask’ is a Brazilian Slasher with Buckets of Gore
4.5
4 months ago

[CFF 2020] ‘Skull: The Mask’ is a Brazilian Slasher with Buckets of Gore

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Skull: The Mask is said to be based on pre-Colombian mythology, so let me make one thing clear: I don’t know a goddamn thing about pre-Colombian mythology. I know a …
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Cinepocalypse Apocalypse! Founder, Venue In A Legal Dispute Over Rights
8 months ago

Cinepocalypse Apocalypse! Founder, Venue In A Legal Dispute Over Rights

Earlier this week, Music Box Theater issued a press release announcing Katie Rife as the new Senior Programmer for Cinepocalypse 2020. Ostensibly the fourth year of this annual event, Rife’s …
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Screamfest 2019: Some ‘Wounds’ Cannot Be Healed [Review]
4.3
11 months ago

Screamfest 2019: Some ‘Wounds’ Cannot Be Healed [Review]

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Babak Anvari’s Under the Shadow was one of my favorite movies of the year when it first came out. So when I found out his new feature, Wounds, would be …
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Popcorn Frights 2019: Queer Vampire Tale ‘Bit’ Packs Blood, Heart, and Razor-Sharp Wit [Review]
6.5
1 year ago

Popcorn Frights 2019: Queer Vampire Tale ‘Bit’ Packs Blood, Heart, and Razor-Sharp Wit [Review]

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“You know those teen vampire movies that feel like the horny soap opera fever dreams of a horny eighth-grade diary…?”

So begins Bit, the second film from writer/director Brad Michael …
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Whatever You Think It Is, It’s ‘Something Else’ [Tribeca Review]
7.3
1 year ago

Whatever You Think It Is, It’s ‘Something Else’ [Tribeca Review]

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Something Else begins with the slowly building sound of radio static, and the image of Abby (Brea Grant) walking through a field. She looks somewhat worried, but is soon joined …
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‘The Gasoline Thieves’ Tries To Bleed Your Heart Dry [Tribeca Review]
5.3
1 year ago

‘The Gasoline Thieves’ Tries To Bleed Your Heart Dry [Tribeca Review]

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All hell breaks loose south of the border when a lovestruck fourteen year old joins a criminal syndicate to impress a girl. The Gasoline Thieves kicks off, expectedly, once the young Lalo, …
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CANNES Film Fest gets gory with ‘Murder Me, Monster’
2 years ago

CANNES Film Fest gets gory with ‘Murder Me, Monster’

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Every now and then the famous Cannes Film Festival showcases some good old fashioned Horror. And it looks like this year is no exception.

Featured in the Un Certain Regard
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Q&A: Horsehead Director Romain Basset
5 years ago

Q&A: Horsehead Director Romain Basset

After watching the dense, beautiful and horrific Horsehead, I felt compelled to learn more about the work that went into this artful exploration of our nightmares.  I sat down with co-writer and …
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