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Pool Party Massacre

  Support independent horror. That’s what I’ve said for a long ass time. Even if the films are mediocre or not your favorite, still support it. If you don’t, it will go away and none of us want that. Do you want to support independent horror? Good! You’ve come to the right place. In April […]

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Horror Down Under: BODY MELT (1993)

Welcome to the 2nd edition of Horror Down Under, a column series in which I review horror films from my home country of Australia. The purpose of this column will be that it will act as a showcase for various horror related film projects that has been made Australia in hopes that it will get you interested in checking […]

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Lately, the best aspect about being a movie fan for me is throwing myself into a film I have zero knowledge of. A lot of what’s pushed at the multiplexes rely so much on name recognition, it’s becoming difficult to be surprised by a movie. That’s why, when it comes to an original film, especially […]

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Horror Down Under: WOLF CREEK (2005)

If you asked any Australian what their favourite Aussie horror film would be, I guarantee you that the first answer would be WOLF CREEK. If you have seen the film, it’s not hard to understand why that is. Before the film was released in 2015, Australian horror films were basically dead at the cinema. Sure […]

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I live for horror films. It doesn’t matter if they are great, mediocre, bad, goofy, or inventive, I’m always on board. I’ve always said watching a terrible horror film is always easier than watching a terrible drama or comedy. This day and age it’s getting a little easier to make and distribute a film. Just […]

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While Meth Storm: Arkansas USA sounds like some direct-to-video sequel of a Nick Cage movie, I can assure you that’s not at all what this is. Meth Storm is a documentary that premiered at SXSW about users, DTF/DEA, and the Mexican Cartel. The cameras roll as DTF agents bust down doors and users that are […]

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Theatrical Review – Get Out

‘Get Out,’ directed by Jordan Peele of the Key & Peele show, utilized the creative space of the horror-comedy genre as a vessel for social commentary regarding the complexities of race relations and commodification of nonwhite bodies in contemporary American society. The film also comments on the sociopolitical-theological paradigm of both liberal and conservative ideologies […]

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SXSW Review: The Archer

As a kid watching films you normally didn’t analyze anything while sitting there. If you did read into it, you didn’t over analyze it. Re-watching some of these films as an adult, you can see their flaws or how ridiculous they may be. Of course you can give your suspension of disbelief but that can […]

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SXSW Review: Pig

In 2009, Adam Mason filmed an experimental film, PIG. In 2010, it played at Stiges at 3am and then released online only for a brief moment and then was shelved until now… Jesus. Fucking. Christ.

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Underrated Horror Series Part I: If Looks Could Kill, Then Death Would Be My Name

If Looks Could Kill, Then Death Would Be My Name A Retrospective of Bruiser   Between the years 1993 and 2000, Romero was not forgotten, though he was on a unwanted hiatus at that time. In spite of a few box office flops, he didn’t stop trying to get back into the horror scene. During […]

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