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Film Review: Chillerama (2011)


SYNOPSIS: It’s the closing night at the last drive-in theater in America and Cecil B. Kaufman has planned the ultimate marathon of lost film prints to unleash upon his faithful cinephile patrons. Four films so rare that they have never been exhibited publicly on American soil until this very night! With titles like Wadzilla, I Was A Teenage Werebear, The …

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Film Review: Shooting the Warwicks (2015)


SYNOPSIS: The Warwick family are unknowingly being filmed for a new reality show. Problem is, they’re boring. So the producer, Mickey Wagner, must add conflict and drama. Their lives begin to unravel with shocking consequences REVIEW: I absolutely HATE the genre of reality television. It celebrates the lowest common factor of our species and makes celebrities of the worst examples …

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Podcast: Horror News Radio – Eps 26


Director Adam Rifkin joins co-hosts Doc Rotten, Dave Dreher, Santos (The Black Saint) Ellin Jr., Thomas Mariani and Vixen to discuss his upcoming horror film, Director’s Cut, featuring Penn Jillette. “Help make Penn a bad guy” is the tag line of their crowd funding campaign at Fundanything.com/Penn. Vixen offers up the recommendation this week, Prisoners, Doc reviews Fright Night 2: New Blood and Dave once again delves into the horror …

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CHILLERAMA gets some artwork

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With Comic-con fast approaching the genre news is coming in fast and furious and one of the more highly anticipated films getting it big debut at the show is CHILLERAMA which unites four movers and shakers of modern horror for a CREEPSHOW like anthology film. First things first, here’s your first look at the official artwork: Pretty rockin’ I’m liking …

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Film Review: Look (2007)


SYNOPSIS: A high school teacher, a department store manager, a convenience store clerk, a lawyer and two sociopaths star in five interconnected stories, all filmed from the perspective of the hundreds of security cameras people pass, and ignore, every day. This fascinating drama from director Adam Rifkin underscores the increasing lack of privacy in the modern world — and asks …

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