Monthly Archives: March 2013

Movie Review: Dark Feed

The last time that I checked, The Ward was a total suckfest of a movie so, marketing your next horror release by associating yourself with a failure isn’t exactly a high selling point for audiences. The psychological horror Dark Feed comes from the screenwriters behind the John Carpenter flop, giving horror fans a body of work that feels more like …

Movie Review: The Lords of Salem

Back before Harry Potter and paranormal teen romance was all the rage, horror characters were actually terrifying – especially witches. They weren’t beautiful or sexy, and they certainly didn’t care about finding love with a mere boy; witches were ruthless, mean, ugly, and absolutely terrifying. Thanks to Rob Zombie and his latest film The Lords of Salem, witches are being represented …

Jesse Petersen: Club Monstrosity

Stories that are told from the monster’s perspective are a rarity in the horror genre and ones that are funny are even harder to come by; however, thanks to urban fantasy author Jesse Petersen, that is about to change. The author’s newest publication Club Monstrosity, which will release April 29, follows a group of monsters who are living in the …

Help Support Lord of Tears

Indie horror is always in need of support and filmmaker Lawrie Brewster needs your help in funding an exhibition tour for his horror-fantasy film, Lord of Tears. Brewster’s collecting funds on Kickstarter and the film has almost received half of its funding goal of around $9,000. With just 27 more days to go, Brewster is hoping that a look at the film’s …

Movie Review: The Factory

If you ever find yourself kidnapped by a serial killer intent on impregnating you and starting a family, you better hope that the cop on the case to find you isn’t John Cusack because he will suck at doing so. In the psychological thriller The Factory, Cusack demonstrates the reasons why he should stay away from serious films and why …