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DARK COVE (2016): Review…A Great First Effort

A group of friends go out camping and befriend a group of strangers — however, when one of the strangers tries to rape one of the girls, it triggers psychological issues (and killing tendencies) in one of the group members. Is the group safe, or is he just going to hack up the strangers? Dark Cove…

THE LAST HEIST (2016): Review…The Best Sociopath Since Bateman

Fuck yeah, Henry Rollins. I was so stoked to see the newest film starring my favorite punk silver fox, who — unsurprisingly — crushed this role.  The Last Heist is about a bank robbery that quickly turns into something much more than a money-grab. While the heist is underway in a near-defunct bank branch, The…

A LATE THAW (2015): Short Film Review…A Canvas Painted With Painful Beauty

It’s certainly not a new concept to we horror fans that the things that are the most terrible are often the things we carry within us.  Now, I’m not exactly talking The Exorcist  or Possession, here — I mean those burdens that we set up within ourselves; those mental and emotional shackles of our own creation that…

3 SECONDS — Quickie Horror For The SnapChat Generation

I’m not a “texter”; I’m still one of those stuffy old folks that prefers to actually speak to someone to have a conversation.  Oh, sure…texts are great for quickie messages, but I guess I was just born in the wrong time to understand the joy of sitting for long periods of time, tapping out an…

FARE (2016): Review…One Hell Of A Ride

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To paraphrase Dick Jones (let’s see how many nerds like me get the reference), good horror is where you find it.  I know you Fellow Fans out there that take the time to read these words I chase across these pages have seen occasions where I talk about a film that might not fit the…

KILD TV (2016): Review…Bloody Late-Night Horror Fun

I’m certain that many (indeed , likely most ) of you Fellow Fans out there spent a good bit of your youth (and quite possibly still do ) watching whichever local or syndicated horror theater host you could get in your town on most Friday and/or Saturday nights.  From Vampira and Morgus the Magnificent through…

THE HORROR (2015): Review…An Inexorable Descent

When most folks think of “horror films”, they’re typically pondering the suspense and dread generated by knowing things the characters don’t — there’s someone in the attic/in the woods/in the barn, or ninety years ago there was a ritual performed here and legend says demons haunt the site  or this book is cursed  or…*takes a…

SERPENT’S LULLABY (2014): Short Film Review…Like A Cold Sliver Of Crystal

It’s always a pleasure when one comes away from a film, be it a short or a feature, with a feeling of a sort of…incompletion.  Now, before you break out your slings and arrows, I don’t mean that the narrative is unresolved or that the film had an unsatisfactory ending, no indeed — it’s usually terrible filmmaking when…

PANDEMIC (2016): Review…Proves Somewhat Infectious

Ever just sit around and think of off-the-wall horror flick ideas?  C’mon, of course you do — it’s something we Fellow Fans just hardwired to do.  So…there you are, pondering ideas — hey!  What if you took 28 Days Later, tossed in some elements from the REC films, and…and…hmmmm.  What could we fold in with that? …

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