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CHAIN OF DEATH First Trailer Debut: Everyone Dies on Their Own Terms

"Everyone dies on their own terms." So says a woman in the first trailer for Chain of Death, a film that forges a trailer through horror/thriller territory. The woman works for an assisted suicide company that promises to ease the...

Blu-ray Review: FIRE WALK WITH ME Still Burns Hot

David Lynch's oft-maligned film Fire Walk With Me has been recently released by the Criterion Collection, and it's way past time. The film has also steadily been gaining acceptance for daring to be much, much darker than the television show --- finally....

Image Entertainment Digs Up U.S. Distro For Adam Green's DIGGING UP THE MARROW

Frozen and Hatchet director Adam Green has been relatively quiet on the feature film front of late. Word has come that his latest feature, the faux-documentary Digging Up The Marrow, has been picked up for U.S. distro by Image Entertainment. When...

FanExpo 2014 Interview: TWIN PEAKS' Ray Wise On Playing Leland Palmer

The annual Fan Expo returns to Toronto this weekend to offer cultists a rare glimpse of larger than life figures from favorite movies, TV shows, comic books and other emblems of pulp fiction. To many cult aficionados, in the...

DVD Review: TOM HOLLAND'S TWISTED TALES - There Is A Tale For Everybody

Tom Holland's Twisted Tales was a web series hosted by our friends over at FearNet. The 'Twisted Tales' are nine short films, all written and directed by Tom Holland (Child's Play and Fright Night). They are stories about revenge seeking technology, tales of...

BIG ASS SPIDER Invades Your Homes On Blu-ray

How does a low-budget creature feature become a festival circuit hit and the envy of programmers the world over? By understanding who its audience is and not taking itself too seriously.To recap the story. Greg Grunberg is Alex Mathes, an...

Review: BIG ASS SPIDER! Attacks Los Angeles With More Humor Than Horror

Truth in advertising is such a rare commodity that Big Ass Spider! gets one of its eight legs up on the competition because of it. Clearly, director Mike Mendez and his collaborators behind the camera completely buy into the idea...

SXSW 2013 Review: BIG ASS SPIDER! Attacks Los Angeles With More Humor Than Horror

Truth in advertising is such a rare commodity that Big Ass Spider! gets one of its eight legs up on the competition because of it. Clearly, director Mike Mendez and his collaborators behind the camera completely buy into the idea...

DVD Review: Stop Laughing! ROSEWOOD LANE Is Serious Business

People accuse old-school horror films of being emotionally retarded, in that so many of them reflect a permanently juvenile outlook on the world - sex bad, purity good, and it's so god damned cathartic when those whining teenagers get hacked...

A Chat With CHILLERAMA Director Tim Sullivan

Today, the horror-comedy anthology Chillerama hits DVD and Blu-ray via Image Entertainment. Featuring mini features written and directed by indie horror filmmakers Tim Sullivan, Adam Rifkin, Adam Green, and Joe Lynch, the four-piece film has spent much of the last...