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Michael Biehn and Jennifer Blanc-Biehn Talk Hidden in the Woods and More

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We’ve been talking a good long while about the remake of Patricio Valladares’ Hidden in the Woods (Review) and finally the release date is upon us (December 2). Featuring a lavish ensemble cast, headed up by Michael Biehn, Jennifer Blanc-Biehn, William Forsythe,… Continue Reading

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Night Terrors: The Beginning – A Hauntingly Powerful Glimpse into the Future of Augmented Reality

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I shouldn’t admit this, but it took me way longer to do this Night Terrors: The Beginning preview than it should have. There are a number of legitimate reasons that certain games or movies might fall through the cracks, ranging from… Continue Reading

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Behind the Scenes of Room 301; BlackBoxTV, Collab, and the Future of Free Content

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It’s hard to explain the concept of a “YouTube star” to anyone over the age of 30. “YouTube?” they parrot, brow furrowed and tone questioning, “you mean that thing I watch cat videos on?” The reality is, young people are… Continue Reading

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Halloween II (1981) 35 Years Later – A Worthy Companion Piece to the Original or Not? Part 2 of 2: The Companion Piece

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Halloween II is more than just a follow-up to the original film as it is very much a companion piece. It does what very few sequels do by picking up exactly where the previous installment ends continuing “The Night HE… Continue Reading

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Sitges 2016 Interview: Jeremy Gillespie, Steven Kostanski, Kathleen Munroe and Casey Walker Talk The Void

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Cult indie directors Jeremy Gillespie and Steven Kostanski’s IndieGoGo campaign for their latest endeavour, The Void (Review), cajoled the internet last year when the Astron-6 collective duo set their sights much higher than all previous outings put together, promising a foreboding fusion of atmospheric dread… Continue Reading

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Sitges 2016 Interview: Miguel Ángel Vivas Talks Inside

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Remakes. Revamps. Rehashes. That’s virtually all we seem to be hearing of late, especially when it comes to horror. The latest to receive said remake treatment is Julien Maury and Alexandre Bustillo’s revered home invasion shocker Inside, although the helmer gallant enough… Continue Reading

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Halloween II (1981) 35 Years Later – A Worthy Companion Piece to the Original or Not? Part 1 of 2: The Original

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John Carpenter’s original 1978 theatrical version of Halloween is best viewed as a singular work rather than part of the franchise it spawned. Beginning with Halloween II, that first film’s elements became more and more tainted as the series went… Continue Reading

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Interview: John Jarratt Talks Returning to Wolf Creek for the Small Screen

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Based on real-life events, Greg McLean’s original Wolf Creek introduced us to the churlish, wise-cracking, murderous psychopath, Mick Taylor, as he wreaked havoc on “woeful bloody tourists” in the Australian Outback. The movie went on to achieve global box office success and garnered a… Continue Reading

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Chase Williamson, Brea Grant and Graham Skipper Take us Beyond the Gates

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Technology, especially that of a gaming kind, is advancing like there’s no tomorrow, and chances are that this generation’s kids will be oblivious to the true inspiration behind Jackson Stewart’s directorial debut Beyond the Gates (review). The real lifeblood for… Continue Reading