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Movie Reviews (Chattanooga Film Festival): Skull; The Wanting Mare

Skull and The Wanting Mare are part of Chattanooga Film Festival’s 2020 virtual edition, which runs May 22–25, and these films may be viewed anytime during those dates. For more information, visit Please note that the festival is open to residents of the United States only. Fest badges can be purchased at Skull […]

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Chattanooga Film Festival Features Vampires, a Sacrifice-Seeking Mask, and Other Horror Galore in Its 2020 Virtual Edition

The Chattanooga Film Festival, known and loved by horror and genre film fans for its eclectic cinematic fare and incredible special events, has announced a breathtaking lineup for its virtual edition, headed to a computer near you next week! The May 22–25 event is a doozy, with film offerings such as the world premiere of […]

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Monsterflix Awards To Stream Event Live – Enter Your Film Now

This June Monsterflix Awards will have genre fans screaming in terror with the first-ever online terror film festival which will be available all over the world. The international festival set up by filmmakers for film-makers in the hope of giving them the platform they deserve. The Monsterflix team wants to see the very best horror, […]

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Highly Anticipated Horror Thriller ‘1BR’ Coming To Digital

    One of the most highly anticipated festival hits, 1BR, arrives this April, from writer-director David Marmor.   “After leaving behind a painful past to follow her dreams, Sarah scores the perfect Hollywood apartment. But something is not right. Unable to sleep, tormented by strange noises and threatening notes, her new life quickly starts to […]

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Movie Reviews (Arrow Video FrightFest Glasgow): A Ghost Waits; Anderson Falls

A Ghost Waits Horror cinema has had a strong track record in the past couple of years of introducing stunning debuts from first-time feature filmmakers. Add writer/director Adam Stovall to that list with his winning entry A Ghost Waits, a black-and-white offering that delivers chilling moments (the third act contains a scene that may go […]

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Movie Reviews (MidWest WeirdFest): Bad Witch; Squatchmore

Bad Witch In Bad Witch from codirectors Victor Fink and Joshua Land, Xander Perkins (Chris Kozlowski) is arrogant and not the least bit shy about using his occult powers until he finds himself on the wrong end of a dust-up over a girl, after which he tries swearing off using witchcraft. The power has a […]

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Movie Reviews (Arrow Video FrightFest Glasgow): Death of a Vlogger; The Cleansing Hour

Death of a Vlogger The U.K. faux documentary Death of a Vlogger uses the possibility of supernatural occurrences to explore the pitfalls of today’s social media world. It does so in a manner that is consistently entertaining, and though it offers some criticism on both internet fame seekers and the often callous audiences that follow […]

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Ghosts, Religious Horror, and Obsession Are Slated for Boston Underground Film Festival 2020

Among the incredible films selected for the 22nd annual Boston Underground Film Festival are some mouth-watering horror movie options. The fest returns to Harvard Square, bringing with it five days of cutting-edge cinema to the Brattle Theatre from March 25th through the 29th. This year’s program boasts, according to BUFF’s press release, “a whole lot […]

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Movie Reviews (Women in Horror Film Festival): Horror Shorts — The Shadow, Asking for a Friend, Always Going Never Gone

The Shadow Writer/director/star Bridget Barbara’s period piece horror The Shadow drips with dread and foreboding from the opening frame and never lets up. A young woman (Barbara) showing signs of physical distress walks through a forest around sunset, has a meal while looking troubled, and then is confronted by the titular presence in her bedroom. […]

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MidWest WeirdFest Announces a Festival Lineup Filled with Monsters, UFOs, and the Supernatural:

The cinematic celebration of all things fantastic, frightening, paranormal, and just plain weird known as MidWest WeirdFest returns to the Micon Downtown Cinema in Eau Claire from March 6-8 for its fourth edition. Fans of narrative horror films, documentaries of the supernatural and unexplained, and offbeat, unusual film fare will find much to celebrate about […]

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