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Pandemic or No: Can Toxic Alien Zombie Babes From Outer Space Rescue us Poor Terrans From Isolation Boredom? Director David Black Sure Thinks So

Like any good, aspiring filmmaker, David Black is never one to sit on his hands and wait for opportunity to do that knocking on the proverbial door thing. Or, as this is on the subject of horror films, the scratching claw sound against the steel of the dungeon door as it were. The Coronavirus/COVID-19 pandemic has restricted many folks across …

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Buckling Up for Another Ride on Helmer Jonathan Cartwright’s Bullet Train Career

One of the true pleasures of writing on film, whether it be in the horror genre or elsewhere,  is having fate chart your course, on frequent occasion, as a scribe such that it allows the occasional parallel course match, and even an intersection of connection, with many of the other artists in the medium whom you’ve interviewed before and offering …

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Film Review: Awoken (2019)

Rate This Movie SYNOPSIS: A young medical student attempts to cure her brother from a terminal sleep illness called Fatal Familial Insomnia, where you are unable to sleep until you die. On her quest to help him, a more sinister reason for his condition is revealed. REVIEW: As someone who has battled mild forms of insomnia (much due to anxiety) …

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DPFF is Keeping Horror Fans Engaged with Two Streaming Platforms

The Coronavirus has either pushed back or postponed all planned events for the summer and early fall, and has taken a sledgehammer to submissions which is the lifeblood of film festivals. The Death’s Parade Film Festival is based in one of the hardest hit areas of California, so the organizers made the tough decision to postpone the festival until 2021. …

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Film Review: Exorcism at 60,000 Feet (2019)

Rate This Movie SYNOPSIS: On the last flight of a transatlantic passenger airliner, a priest, a rabbi and the airline crew team together to save a plane from a pandemic of demonic possessions. REVIEW: Until now,  I had thought the singularly distinctive example of the supernatural horror/air disaster mish-mosh was 1973’s made-for-tv The Horror at 37,000 Feet. Essentially it was …

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Kidnappings, Demonic Possession: Jonathan Cartwright Expounds on What in the Horror Realm Can Test the Friendship Bonds With Demu

What gets me most excited and energized to write about horror films and genre media are the instances where I am allowed to chart the growth of newcomer artists who have found their voices through digital films, festivals and internet streaming. Situations where I can say “I knew this person when they were just starting out with their cell phone …

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Scared: the Documentary – William Mitchem and Nightmare Closet Productions Present

Finding the Fear That Drives the Fearmakers: William Mitchem and Nightmare Closet Productions Present: Scared: the Documentary Horror, a genre that is meant to create a sense of being SCARED – fear, panic, alarm, and dread for those that consume it’s works, whether it be in the form of film, literature, music, or whatever the creator has made. These works …

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Film Review: Cute Little Buggers (2017)

SYNOPSIS: From the Director of ‘DEADTIME’ and ‘Crying Wolf’ comes Cute Little Buggers! Will you let them take our women? It’s Gremlins meets Hot Fuzz set in the English countryside. When hostile aliens crash land on local farmland the villagers at the summer ball get suspicious when young women start going missing. The villagers soon band together around our hero …

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