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Strasbourg 2013 Interview: Xan Cassavetes On Shooting Sex, Sibling Rivalry, And The Vampire's Kiss

Xan Cassavetes has had one hell of a showbiz story. Daughter of John and Gena, she made her screen debut in her father's films Husbands and Minnie and Moskowitz. Trawling the Lower East Side art-punk scene during early 80's, she found herself...

THE MACHINE, BIG BAD WOLVES And PAINLESS Load Up Mayhem Film Festival Lineup

So, turns out you are going to be in Nottingham, UK, this Halloween and you're wondering to yourself, 'Self? What am I going to do this Halloween? And how do I keep that Halloween spirit alive throughout the following weekend?' Never...

Hey, Canada! Watch Xan Cassavetes' KISS OF THE DAMNED For Free!

Hey, Canada! Xan Cassavetes' Kiss Of The Damned has hit VOD platforms across the country and we've got five coupon codes for lucky Canadian readers to watch the film on iTunes Canada for free! The vampire Djuna resists the advances...

Review: KISS OF THE DAMNED Recreates Euro-Horror On A Grand Scale

There are few sub-genres of film quite as specific and instantly recognizable as '70s Euro-horror. Filmmakers like Jean Rollin, Jess Franco, Jose Ramon Larraz and a few others left an indelible mark on the international horror market. Their creations were...

Brussels 2013 Wrap: Blood, Guts, Singing Filmmakers

During the Brussels International Fantastic Film Festival, I saw vengeful ghosts, vampire threesomes, transvestite killers, monstrous gorillas, giant spiders and at least a dozen decapitations. Just as entertaining though, were the multiple directors that I saw singing a cappella to...

SXSW 2013 Review: KISS OF THE DAMNED Intricately Apes Classic Eurohorror, Warts And All

There are few subgenres of film quite as specific and instantly recognizable as '70s Eurohorror. Filmmakers like Jean Rollin, Jess Franco, Jose Ramon Larraz and a few others left an indelible mark on the international horror market. Their creations were...

Slamdance 2013 Review: JOY DE V. - Bright Lights, Big City & The Lost Soul

Nadia Szold's feature debut Joy de V. charts the speed of dreams; the layers and shapes, patterns and cadence of a fever dream. Of a man met with madness that may be of his own doing, by the flick of...