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  • 'Carnival of Souls'
    DVD review: 'Carnival of Souls'
    If you want to make a horror movie, if you don't have a budget, you had better bring some ingenuity. Often, that manifests itself in careful framing, an emphasis on mood and terror from implied threats.Let's see a good example of that in &...
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    Horror generator series: Inside Rob Avery pt1
    Welcome to a new (and hopefully ongoing) feature here on Examiner. We will be putting the spotlight on Independent horror filmmakers and artists with an interview to uncover their interests and influences, and what it takes to be an indie...
  • Blu-ray Review: 'Extraterrestrial'
    Blu-ray Review: 'Extraterrestrial'
    IFC Midnight and Shout! Factory brings the Vicious Brothers’ latest horror creation “Extraterrestrial” to home audiences. Their film “Grave Encounters” has become somewhat of a cult classic over the years. I’m...
  • My Texas Frightmare Weekend 2015 Experience
    My Texas Frightmare Weekend 2015 Experience
    Another Texas Frightmare Weekend has come and gone. 2015 was an exciting and fun year for me as a press attendee and huge fan of horror. The convention was again held inside the Hyatt-Regency at the DFW Airport in Dallas, TX on May 1st through the...
  • Blu-ray Review: 'The Pyramid'
    Blu Review: 'The Pyramid'
    I do love Egyptian history, which explains my fondness with any and every "Mummy" movie that crosses my path. I went into "The Pyramid" with a hope that I would enjoy it even though it was my least favorite type of film - found...
  • The Burning Dead
    Movie Review: ‘The Burning Dead’
    Originally released in 2015, The Burning Dead was directed, edited, and filmed by Rene Perez, who previously brought us 2014’s zombie flick The Dead the Damned and the Darkness. As with the previous zombie flick, The Burning Dead operates on...
  • The Haunting of Radcliffe House
    Movie Review: THE HAUNTING OF RADCLIFFE HOUSE
    The Haunting of Radcliffe House, formerly titled Altar, is an atmospheric little horror film, which serves some moderate chills, but could have been a lot better.It concerns two artsy parents, a renovator named Meg (Olivia Williams, in what is...
  • From the Dark Blu-Ray
    Movie Review: ‘From the Dark’
    Originally screened in 2014, From the Dark attempts to inject tension back into the vampire genre, taking as source material the vampire from Nosferatu. This approach has been tried various times, from Salem’s Lot to 30 Days of Night, and I...
  • TFW 2015 Interview: What Scares 'Wild Man of the Navidad' Director Justin Meeks?
    TFW 2015 Interview: What Scares 'Wild Man of the Navidad' Director Justin Meeks?
    You can’t celebrate the awarding of “The Wild Man of the Navidad” as one of Dread Central’s “Top 10 Bigfoot Movies of the 21st Century” without including Co-Director / Writer Justin Meeks in the festivities....
  • TFW 2015 Interview: What Scares 'Wild Man of the Navidad' Director Duane Graves?
    TFW 2015 Interview: What Scares 'Wild Man of the Navidad' Director Duane Graves?
    I decided to post my buddy Duane Graves’ video answer to the question “What’s Your Favorite Scary Movie and Why?” next in celebration of his movie “The Wild Man of the Navidad” being inducted into Dread Central...
  • Digging up the Marrow Blu-Ray
    Movie Review: ‘Digging up the Marrow’
    As a lifelong fan of monster and horror movies, I was more than intrigued with 2014’s Digging up the Marrow. The movie’s premise is a call to arms for all monster lovers: What would you do if you found out that monsters really do exist...
  • MANIA Teaser Screen Grab of Ellie Church
    Teaser trailer for Jessica Cameron's naughty horror film MANIA releases
    The first teaser trailer for Director Jessica Cameron's upcoming naughty "f**ked up lesbian love story" MANIA has released. First reported exclusively on Fangoria, the teaser (intended for mature audiences/NSFW) for Cameron's...
  • Arnold Schwarzenegger in "Maggie"
    Zombie tale ‘Maggie’ shows softer side of Schwarzenegger
    If you thought the strangest role that Arnold Schwarzenegger would ever play was a pregnant man in “Junior” back in 1994, you should see him in the just released “Maggie” (It opened simultaneously in theaters and on VOD May...
  • Official poster for 'Let Us Prey'
    Review: 'Let Us Prey' brings a bacchanalia of gore and wickedness
    Many of the selections at this year's Stanley Film Fest were of the slow burn variety. That was just not so with Let Us Prey. And that's not a complaint. Palpable tension and slow burn reveals are lovely, so lovely, but sometimes, you just...
  • Official poster for 'Body'
    Review: 'Body' asks big questions in a fresh spin on a classic trope
    You can probably imagine looking at the title Body, that this film deals with a fresh corpse. If you're well-versed in the genre you might also venture a guess that Body explores the classic "we-killed-a-guy-now-what-do-we-do?"...
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