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Film Review: The Last Winter (2006)


SYNOPSIS: When strange things start happening at an Arctic oil-drilling outpost, workers fear their cabin is haunted by ancient spirits, and the unexplained events spark a feud between an oil company representative (Ron Perlman) and an eco-activist (James LeGros). Larry Fessenden‘s supernatural thriller adds a terrifying new layer to global warming and the perils of oil production. Connie Britton, Kevin ...

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The Larry Fessenden Collection – Grab This Must-Have BR Set Due Oct!


The Larry Fessenden Collection   Available October 20th, 2015 from Scream Factory Award-winning filmmaker Larry Fessenden has become an indie horror legend with his idiosyncratic, genre-bending films. As a writer, producer, director and actor, Fessenden’s oeuvre has developed a passionate fan base who applaud his realistic, character-driven horror stories. Fessenden’s films often examine the disintegration of civilization and humanity,  provoking ...

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Film Review: Habit (1997)


SYNOPSIS: In this stark vampire film, the near-alcoholic Sam (Larry Fessenden) meets the hauntingly beautiful Anna (Meredith Snaider) at a Greenwich Village, N.Y., costume party — and then she promptly disappears. Sam becomes obsessed with the woman, abandoning his friends when they need him the most — most notably his pal Larry (Jesse Hartman), who had a fling with a ...

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Larry Fessenden’s BENEATH Emerges onto Blu-ray


RISES ON HOME ENTERTAINMENT SHELVES EVERYWHERE MARCH 25, 2014 Bring Home Chiller Film’s Highly Acclaimed Movie Pre-Order This Scream Factory™ Home Entertainment Collection Today! There’s something terrifying in the waters in Black Lake, but what’s above the surface is just as dangerous! On March 25, 2014, SCREAM FACTORY™ will unleash director Larry Fessenden’s enthralling creature thriller BENEATH on Blu-ray™ and ...

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Film Review: Jug Face (2013)


SYNOPSIS: A teen, pregnant with her brother’s child, is trying to escape from a backwoods community when she discovers that she must sacrifice herself to a creature in a pit. REVIEW: Any horror film that connects with its viewer on a personal level is an anomaly in its basic priorities.  So often in the writing process, the creation of empathetic characters ...

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