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An Interview With Young Filmmaker Kansas Bowling

When most people are 17, they’re main concerns are friends and who’s doing what on the weekend, but at 17 one young woman, named Kansas Bowling, had something a little different on her mind, directing her first feature film. Bowling is the co-writer, director and producer of  B.C. Butcher, the world’s first prehistoric slasher film, which […]

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Gillian Anderson’s “Show and Tell” for The X-Files Revival

Gillian Anderson can’t really, “tell us much,” about the X-Files Revival, but she does show us this in Fox’s “Show & Tell” teaser:   Fox has been busy creating unique television and internet spots for the January premiere of The X-Files Revival. Fans have been blessed weekly with not only different teasers, but also with some […]

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X-Files Creator Chris Carter Explains Why Mulder & Scully Are Not Together for the Revival Series

Fans all over the world have eagerly been awaiting the January 24th premier of the X-Files! In just over a month, we will finally get a chance to see Special Agents Mulder (David Duchovny) and Scully (Gillian Anderson) on their television sets again. However, X-Files creator, Chris Carter, has confirmed that the two will not be together this season and that […]

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“All of the darkness looks alive.” A Review Rodney Ascher’s “The Nightmare” Documentary.

While the idea of watching a documentary about sleep paralysis doesn’t seem that thrilling, Rodney Ascher has the ability to capture each sufferers moment of horror and somehow bring it to life for the viewer in his newest film,“The Nightmare.” Now, horror documentaries have a tendency to turn into mocumentaries, often spoofing classic horror films, however, […]

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John Lepper On His New Record Setting Comic ‘We Kill The Dead’

John Lepper, film producer, writer, special effects makeup artist and horror fan, is now working on a comic titled ‘We Kill The Dead’. There is something very special about this comic, it will hold the record for most cameos by characters in horror films, supernatural characters to be exact. Not only will the comic have […]

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Cynema: Based On A True Story (Sort Of)

“Based On A True Story” “Based On True Events” “Most Of What You Are About to See Is True” “Some Of This Is Bullshit” “The Names Have Been Changed, Certain Dialogue Has Been Made Up” “We Have An Agenda And We Want to Entertain You” “You’ve Become So Ignorant to Real Events, You Wouldn’t Know […]

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Psycho II…The Slasher Dodges a Bullet

Summer, 1983. No Internet. No DVD extras. No “sneak peaks.” There were a handful of magazines to get your entertainment and especially your horror news and Fangoria was mine. I got my first subscription in 1980 and kept it through most of high school. At one point my mother asked me, “Are you sure you […]

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Robert Altman & Popeye vs. Cynema

A few myths need to be dispelled about the 1980 Robin Williams film,  Popeye. It was NOT a boxoffice failure. It was made for 20 million and grossed well over 60 million. While deemed a “disappointment” by Paramount Pictures, it hardly failed.       2. It is NOT Robin Williams’s worst film. I will argue it […]

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