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Zombie Comedy ‘One Cut Of The Dead!’ Gnaws It’s Way To Vancouver Film Festival

From September 27th to October 12th the Vancouver International Film Festival will be showcasing works from filmmakers around the world. Most of the films this year are documentaries dealing with issues in the modern world, fictionalized dramas, and of course avant-garde.       I’m not sure how most of you (the readers) would be […]

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Sebastian Gutierrez Tells Us About ‘Elizabeth Harvest’ And More In An Interview

Sebastian Gutierrez’s gem of a thriller, Elizabeth Harvest, will soon arrive in theaters and On Demand. Ahead of its release, I had the opportunity to talk with  Gutierrez, the same man behind Gothika, Snakes on a Plane, The Eye, and Girl Who Walks Into a Bar, about his new visually striking film that has more twists […]

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David Farrier Talks The Macabre And His Netflix Series “Dark Tourist”

Earlier this week I was scrolling through Netflix looking for something to watch. I was hoping to find something dark and interesting. I came across a new series, “Dark Tourist” and it fit the bill. I had no idea just how interesting it would be. The series, currently on the “Trending” list, follows host David […]

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Movie Review: King Cohen: The Wild World of Film Maker Larry Cohen (2017)

Starting at his cinema obsessed childhood and working it’s way into his existence as a true legend of exploitation cinema; King Cohen: The Wild World of Film Maker Larry Cohen is a fascinating look into the life and times of a comedian turned Director (and Writer…and Producer) responsible for some of the greatest titles our beloved horror […]

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‘The House That Jack Built’ Sparks Walkouts At Cannes

Danish Director Lars Von Trier made his returns to the Cannes film festival after a seven-year ban for a controversial remark made at his last appearance where he jokingly said he sympathized with Adolf Hitler. Trier showcased his latest film, The House That Jack Built. The movie stars Matt Dillon as a serial killer named […]

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The Park Full Of Monsters That Inspired ‘Pan’s Labyrinth’

Near central Italy is the town of Bomarzo, a picturesque location in the Italian countryside that would be a fitting backdrop for a romance movie about forbidden love during the Second World War. In the town, there’s a park called Sacro Bosco (Sacred Grove) but it’s become known as Parco dei Mostri (Park of Monsters). […]

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Mike Flanagan To Adapt Stephen King’s ‘Shining’ Sequel ‘Doctor Sleep’

  Stephen King adaptions show no sign of slowing down. Next up is King’s Doctor Sleep, the sequel to ‘The Shining’ with Mike Flanagan at the helm. Back in December Flanagan mentioned during an interview that after his Gerald’s Game adaption, he would love to adapt ‘Doctor Sleep’. According to Deadline, his wish has been […]

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Writer-Director Larry Brand Talks ‘Young Charlie’ (Manson) & ‘Halloween: Resurrection’ In Our Interview

  I had the pleasure of speaking with writer-director Larry Brand, who has written many films including Halloween: Resurrection, Paranoia, and The Girl on the Train which he also directed. Brand talked with us about his part of the Holloween franchise as well as one of his most recent projects, the second season of ‘Hollywood & Crime’, […]

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