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Naked Cannibal Campers

There is More to Naked Cannibal Campers than Cheap Thrills and Schlock [Review]

Sean Donohue is one of the hardest working independent directors and producers in the industry, and he is nowhere near slowing down as he brings us his latest effort, Naked Cannibal Campers! I was fir...

Bad Ben

The Bad Ben Series by Nigel Bach is the Film Experience You Have Been Waiting for

I love independent cinema. There is something so awe-inspiring about people who do not have Hollywood connections or multi-million dollar budgets picking up a camera and deciding to run with an idea t...

The House on Mansfield Street

The House on Mansfield Street Magnificently Captures the Uncanny [Review]

The House on Mansfield Street from Mansfield Dark Productions (see my interview here) follows Nick, a documentarian who moves to a smaller city to advance his career. After moving to a quiet apartment...

Mansfield Dark Productions

Independent Horror Check! A Chat With Mansfield Dark Productions [Interview]

During Thanksgiving, my brother and I were perusing Amazon Prime movies and came across Mansfield Dark Productions’ The Investigation: A Haunting in Sherwood. After watching countless movie...

Family

Family is a Hellish and Brutal Journey [Review]

Family is a demented journey into the nightmare next door. It is presented in such realistic fashion that it will leave you feeling haunted. As a criminologist who is familiar with the high rates of d...

Ten Stars You Probably Didn’t Know Started in Horror

When trying to recall actors who became noteworthy to mainstream media and entertainment fans after appearing in horror themed projects, one typically thinks of Jennifer Anniston in Leprechaun, George...

Tucker & Dale Vs. Evil

5 Horror Comedy Movies That Are Funnier Than They are Scary

Over the years horror has intersected with the comedy genre in a multitude of unexpected ways. Shows like Scooby Doo and Casper the Friendly Ghost incorporated elements of both comedy and horror in a ...

Saw - Wan and Whannell

Fresh Take: Looking Back on Saw After Over a Decade

I never thought I would find myself writing about Saw. As time went on, though, I got to a point where I couldn’t quite remember why that was. What was my problem with it? After a decade of dismissal,...

Jeremy Aiello

Exclusive: Jaremy Aiello On 25 Years Of Making Monsters

You can learn a great deal about an industry by spending some 25 years in it, even when that industry has as many ebbs, flows, and technology upgrades as the booming film and television industries. In...

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