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Interview: Chase Dudley

Chasing Your Dream While Visions of Tom Holland, Wes Craven and a Guy Named Hitchcock Do the Monster Mash in Your Head: An Interview with Aspiring Filmmaker and Star Chase Dudley Ever since I first heard Peter Cushing utter the immortal lines “Monsters? We’re British, you know!” from Horror Express back in 1976, I’d had the rather dramatic epiphany without …

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Film Review: Wildling (2018)

Rate This Movie SYNOPSIS: A blossoming teenager uncovers the dark secret behind her traumatic childhood. REVIEW: There are several defining characteristics that tell you when you are watching cinema of the bizarre. In some films it’s a pre-credit dream sequence, perhaps, followed by distorted visuals of the fish-eyed lens variety and shots that make little sense unless you are under …

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Interview: Thom Mathews

From Pitching Tostito’s to Dealing With a Might Perturbed Jason Vorhees and a Zombie Tussle, the Unique Ride to Horror Movie Fame of Thom Mathews I must make an honest admission before I begin this piece. I was late to warm to the slasher rage taking over the 80s. Sure, I was bowled over by Carpenter’s initial 1978 sojourn Halloween, …

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Film Review: SiREN (2016)

SYNOPSIS: A bachelor party becomes a savage fight for survival when the groomsmen unwittingly unleash a fabled predator upon the festivities. REVIEW: Remember the ages-old mythology direct from the Middle Ages about the Succubus and the Incubus, the female and male demons, respectively, who used powers of sexual allure to draw life force from their victims and enslaving their will …

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Film Review: Don’t Let the Devil In (2016)

SYNOPSIS:  After suffering a miscarriage, Newlyweds John and Samantha Harris relocate from New York City to a small Appalachian town where they become wrapped up in a nightmarish tapestry of evil. REVIEW: Alcoholism, miscarriages, PTSD. Sounds like prime fodder for a Hallmark tv movie marathon, right? Except when its completely wrapped in a horror film about Satanism in Appalachian country. …

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