Author Archives: Lea Lawrynowicz

Film Review: In Their Skin (2012)

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SYNOPSIS: The Hughes cottage vacation is violently interrupted by a family on a murderous and identity stealing journey, in search of the “perfect” life. After the accidental death of their daughter, Mark and Mary (Joshua lose and Selma Blair, respectively) load up their car with their dog, surviving son (Quinn Lord), and a ton of cliches. In an effort to fix their crumbling marriage,they do what any grieving family would do and head out for … Continue reading

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Interview: Darryl Shaw (Android Re-Enactment, ABC’s of Death)

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For those who don’t like horror films (and alas, there are some-what terrible lives they must lead), they oftentimes claim that the genre relies too heavily on base ideas, such as sex and violence. Whilst there are some filmmakers (you know who you are) who do like to lean too heavily on the crutches of boobs and blood, there are plenty of others who have chosen to take these elements and twist them into something … Continue reading

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Interview: Ryan Andrews (Sick)

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I come from the land of the ice and snow, also known as Canada. Despite my home and native land’s notoriously frightfully frigid temperatures, Canada is not largely known internationally for its ability to conjure scares. Curious, since our history harbours its fair share of moments of blackness (The legend of the Black Donnelley’s, the forced internment of the Japanese during World War Two, the centuries long abuse of Native citizens, forced sterilzations of handicapped … Continue reading

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