Mulberry Street

Mulberry Street Duo Reteams With Glass Eye for Stake Land

Though Larry Fessenden’s Glass Eye Pix just teamed up with Dark Sky to make a series of films (read about it here), those aren’t the only films Pix will be producing in the coming months; Fessenden told Fangoria last night about a new movie they’re making with the Mulberry Street team of Jim Mickle a

'Zine Review: Rue Morgue #76

Issue# 76 March 2008 All right, this one’s a bit late and for that I apologize, but I’ve been hella sick since returning from Fear Fest and am behind on everything. No matter, it’s always nice to have a Rue Morgue to curl up with when I’m feelin’ ill.

After Dark Horrorfest Coverage

Need to know which of this year's 8 Films to Die For you should be seeing? Check out our reviews and interviews with the filmmakers right here!

Exclusive: Mulberry St. Video Interview!

We’ve been waiting a long, long time to get this one out there, and for that I take full responsibility. But if you’re looking forward to the Horrorfest entry Mulberry St. (review) like you should be, hopefully you’ll admit it was worth the wait.

The Horrors of Fantasia: The End

What Lurks on Mulberry Street?

We recently got word about a new indie movie that just wrapped production and looks cooler than most, which as you know is our only prerequisite for mention on the site. We just want it to be different, damnit, and you’d be amazed how hard that is for most filmmakers to handle.

Mickle, Jim & Damici, Nick (Mulberry Street)

Back in July I got a chance to see the strange-premised rat monster movie Mulberry S