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Possum

Possum is Pure Nightmare Fuel [Review]

Possum has been on my radar for what feels like forever. A creepy little snippet from it played at Frightfest 2017 , and all of the marketing material released thus far just screams “MOST DISTUR...

Producer Heather Buckley Talks The Ranger [Frightfest 2018 Interview]

Heather Buckley is exactly the kind of person you want consulting on your punk rock horror movie. I mean, just look at her (above). The woman screams punk rock attitude and it ain’t for show eit...

Chloe Levine and Granit Lahu Talk The Ranger [Frightfest 2018 Interview]

Chloe Levine made a massive splash in her debut role as lonely Sophie in moody vampire movie The Transfiguration. Her follow up couldn’t be more different, as wild party girl Chelsea in The Rang...

Colin Minihan Talks What Keeps You Alive [Frightfest 2018 Exclusive Interview]

Colin Minahan is one of the most exciting filmmakers working in horror right now, primarily because of his ongoing partnership with actress/writer/producer/composer/general all-rounder Brittany Allen,...

Brittany Allen Talks What Keeps You Alive [Frightfest 2018 Exclusive Interview]

Brittany Allen is such a chameleon, you’ve probably seen her in a dozen things by now and not even realised it’s the same actress. From Jigsaw to It Stains The Sands Red, Allen has consist...

Director Jenn Wexler Talks The Ranger [Frightfest 2018 Interview]

Jenn Wexler isn’t looking to make a little bit of noise with her debut feature. The Ranger, a punk rock slasher in the truest sense, is loud, proud, and very violent. It screams for attention. T...

Marli Siu on Anna and the Apocalypse [Frightfest Exclusive Interview]

Marli Siu isn’t the Anna of Anna and the Apocalypse. Instead, she occupies the much-maligned best friend role, the space occupied by less traditionally attractive women (or, even more egregiousl...

André Gower

André Gower on Wolfman’s Got Nards [Frightfest 2018 Exclusive Interview]

André Gower knows how much The Monster Squad means to people, because he’s a member of the damn thing. The actor, still most well-known 30 years later for playing Stephen King super-fan Sean in ...

John McPhail Talks Anna and the Apocalypse [Frightfest Exclusive Interview]

John McPhail never really envisioned himself as a horror director, given his most successful feature prior to the barnstorming Anna and the Apocalypse was micro-budget rom-com Where Do We Go From Here...

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