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Hellboy 3 is officially not happening

Bad news, Hellboy fans- the whispers we’ve been hearing about a third installment in the Hellboy movie franchise not happening were confirmed this past Tuesday, February 21st, when director Guillermo Del Toro sent out a tweet saying, “Hellboy 3 sorry [...]

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A look at the new film Rings

Earlier this month Rings was released in theaters across America and left several of us scratching our heads and wondering: did we really need yet another sequel to this horror movie franchise after all these years? Based on the majority [...]

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The Shattering (2015)

When over-produced and over-hyped horror films fail to satiate our need for something at the most carnal level, indie steps in and feeds us directly from its hand. The Shattering, written by Ward Parry and directed by Jason Boritz, quenches [...]

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Let Me See Your Eyes and Within Hindsight (2014)

I am a big fan of independent horror films, so much that I was honored to be a judge at the 2012 Shriekfest Horror Film Festival in Los Angeles.  While there, I was introduced to a feature film, An American [...]

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“See No Evil 2” slashes its way to DVD/BluRay

A group of friends pay a visit to the city morgue to surprise their friend Amy (Danielle Harris) for her birthday, who is working the graveyard shift.  All hell breaks loose when killer Jacob Goodnight (Glenn “Kane” Jacobs) rises to [...]

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FOXED! (2014)

Prepare to be completely mesmerized for the entire duration of the 3-D stop-motion animated short film, FOXED! This compelling story invites you into the deepest trenches of the emotional soup of adolescence and it’s struggle to be understood. Directed by James [...]

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RoboCop (2014) Review

The original RoboCop was an unexpectedly intelligent story, mocking our consumer driven society with shocking violence and self-referential humor. Like most of Paul Verhoeven’s films, RoboCop was ahead of its time. Many elements of the 1987 film are still relevant today, in fact most of the [...]

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Self Portrait (2012) Review

Directed by: Jovanka Vuckovic Written by: Jovanka Vuckovic Starring: Jovanka Vuckovic No Spoiler Synopsis: A short film of a woman taking off her make-up. Review: Wow. I think that’s one of the only words that can truly sum up Self [...]

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The Captured Bird (2012) Review

Directed by: Jovanka Vuckovic Written by: Jovanka Vuckovic Starring: Skyler Wexler No-Spoiler Synopsis: A little girl is drawn to a run-down industrial building after following a strange crack that appears in the sidewalk as she’s drawing chalk figures. Entering the [...]

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