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Review: DEPRAVED, Exciting, Fitting Tribute to Mary Shelley's FRANKENSTEIN

Larry Fessenden has always been among the most recognized and loved directors in the underground indie horror scene, with films like Wendigo and Habit, as well as memorable episodes in Fear Itself and The ABCs of Death 2, while also...

What The Fest?! 2019 Review: DEPRAVED Fittingly Pays Tribute to Frankenstein

Larry Fessenden's latest film is a modern spin on a classic tale.

DEPRAVED: Watch The First Teaser For Larry Fessenden's Frankenstein Film

Genre veteran Larry Fessenden's new film Depraved will open the What The Fest!? next Wednesday, March 20th, in his hometown New York. We just got our hands (or someone else's hands attached to our bodies, who knows anymore) on the...

Review: UNSANE, A Psychological Thriller of the Highest Order

Depending on your thoughts about Logan Lucky, it was possible to worry that Steven Soderbergh had hit a bit of a bump in the road last year, but fortunately the director of prized titles like Ocean's Eleven, Magic Mike and Erin...

Berlinale 2018 Review: UNSANE, A Stellar Piece of Psycho Fiction

Depending on what your thoughts on Logan Lucky were, it was possible to worry that Steven Soderbergh had hit a bit of a bump in the road last year, but fortunately the director of prized titles like Ocean's Eleven, Magic...

Review: 6 YEARS Succeeds Wildly In Exploring A Precarious Relationship

Young love can be so damn difficult. This is the fertile soil tilled in Hannah Fidell's 6 Years, the follow-up to her critically acclaimed debut feature A Teacher. As in that film, Fidell employs a distinctly naturalistic filmmaking style to...

SXSW 2015 Review: 6 YEARS And The Undeniable Intimacy

Young love can be so damn difficult. This is the fertile soil tilled in Hannah Fidell's 6 Years, the follow up to her critically acclaimed debut feature A Teacher. Like in that film, Fidell employs a distinctly naturalistic filmmaking style...

Review: BLACK ROCK, A Survival Thriller With Too Few Thrills

In her first directorial turn, actress Katie Aselton impressed indie audiences with her relationship comedy The Freebie. Looking to go in a completely different direction with her sophomore effort, Aselton and husband Mark Duplass worked up the outline for a...

DVD Review: Bitter Feast

Writer-director Joe Maggio's Bitter Feast feels like a movie divided in two... or maybe even into thirds. The film involves high-strung famed chef Peter Graves (James Le Gros, Point Break, Zodiac) devising bloody and ironic revenge against troubled New...

Teaser for Joe Maggio's 'Bitter Feast'

Glass Eye Pix is on a bit of a roll right now. We're already keeping an eye on Jim Mickle's Stake Land and James Felix McKenney's Hypothermia. Add to that Joe Maggio's Bitter Sweet which is already in post. The...