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Interview: Dave Franco (Now You See Me 2)


Q: How was it reuniting with the majority of the cast for Now You See Me 2?  Dave Franco: It was incredible, we all genuinely love each other, and I laugh with this cast more than most people in my life. I would already love to come back and do as many installations of these movies as possible. Of course, …

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Film Review: Man from the Deep River (1972)


SYNOPSIS: A photographer is taken prisoner by a cannibalistic tribe while on assignment to shoot photos of the local wildlife. After enduring several acts of torture at their hand he soon becomes a member of the tribe, finds love, and assists them in their ongoing war with a rival group of natives. REVIEW: Having seen the infamous Cannibal Ferox (AKA …

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Film Review: Incarnate (2016)


SYNOPSIS: A scientist with the ability to enter the subconscious minds of the possessed must save a young boy from the grips of a demon with powers never seen before, while facing the horrors of his past. REVIEW: Incarnate tells the story of Dr. Seth Ember (Aaron Eckhart) lives his life from a wheelchair due to a horrific auto accident …

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2016 – The Best Year For Horror


After extensive research, watching decades worth of horror movies and TV shows, reading novels and comic books, I have come to a profound conclusion in my search for the best year for horror. That year is 2016. No, I am not referring to the horrors happening out in the real world (okay, I actually am, but we’ll get to that …

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Film Review: Tell Me How I Die (2016)


SYNOPSIS: When a group of college students take part in a clinical drug trial, an unexpected side effect of the experimental medicine gives them terrifying visions of their own deaths…which begin to come true. As they scramble to escape their fate, they discover that the killer is among them and shares their ability to see the future – only he …

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Film Review: Ape Sodom (short film) (2016)


SYNOPSIS: Three degenerates navigate the descending hierarchy of post-consumerist enlightenment REVIEW: More short films, kiddies! Today we have APE SODOM, a short from Canada written and directed by Maxwell McCabe-Lokos. This is his directorial debut. Our story follows an unnamed man (played by writer/director Maxwell McCabe-Lokos) rooting through a garbage dump. Among the treasures he finds is a copy of …

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Interview: Jodelle Ferland (THE UNSPOKEN, SILENT HILL)


She’s grown up right before our eyes. It’s seems just like yesterday when horror fans were praising the performance of Jodelle Ferland in SILENT HILL. Ten years later, she’s working even harder than ever and continues to take roles in films that appeal to genre fans such as CABIN IN THE WOODS, CASE 39. and the recently released film THE …

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Film Review: Satanic (2016)


SYNOPSIS: Four friends on their way to Coachella stop off in Los Angeles to tour true-crime occult sites, only to encounter a mysterious young runaway who puts them on a terrifying path to ultimate horror. REVIEW: What makes a deal with the devil legally binding? From Faust to The Devil and Daniel Webster to The Devil Went Down to Georgia, …

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Film Review: Der Bunker (2015)


SYNOPSIS: A college student on the verge of a breakthrough in his research holes up with a family inside a bunker for a little peace and quiet. REVIEW: German cinema is not known for it’s, how shall we say, sanity. Director Nikias Chryssos’ film Der Bunker made sure that didn’t change. At it’s heart a story of family dynamics and the …

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Interview: Kym Jackson (The Devil Dolls)


Directed by Padraig Reynolds: “The Devil’s Dolls’” stars: Kym Jackson, Christopher Wiehl. Tina Lifford, Samantha Smith, Yohance Myles and Kennedy Brice. Tell us about “The Devil’s Dolls,” and how you got involved? Kym: The audition just came through my agent and I sent them a tape and apparently they didn’t even end up watching the audition tape. They saw my …

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