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Bliss [Frightfest 2019 Review]

Bliss reunites the dream team of writer-director Joe Begos and his frequent star and collaborator Graham Skipper. Unlike earlier projects, like The Mind’s Eye and Almost Human, however, this tim...

Second Opinion: Downrange Is A Gory, Action-Packed Blast

2012’s No One Lives was the fun, gory surprise featuring an ex-WWE Superstar nobody saw coming. All eyes were on Japanese filmmaker Ryûhei Kitamura to see whether he’d top it. Although the...

Kane Hodder - Jennifer Tilly

Best Of Frightfest 2017

Usually, when I do a Best Of wrap-up after Frightfest, the list encompasses five must-see movies that I haven’t stopped thinking about since the festival ended. This year, the quality was so inc...

Frightfest 2017 Review: Sequence Break

After quietly making a name for himself in Joe Begos’s Almost Human and The Mind’s Eye, as well as playing Herbert West onstage in Re: Animator: The Musical, actor Graham Skipper broke out...

Frightfest 2017 Spotlight: Sequence Break

It’s finally August, which means the countdown to Frightfest 2017 is on. In the weeks leading up to the festival, Joey Keogh will be taking a look at some of the most anticipated movies on this year’s...

Green Room Movie - starring Anton Yelchin and Patrick Stewart

Joey’s Top 5 Horror Movies Of 2016

It’s been a fantastic year for horror (if you disagree, watch more). From quiet, brooding little indies to a big-budget reboot that packed a serious punch, there’s never been a better time...

Review: Beyond The Gates Is A Nightmare-Inducing, Well-Crafted Thriller

Beyond the Gates centers around two estranged brothers who are forced to come together after their father has been reported missing for the past 7 months. Gordon (Graham Skipper, Almost Human) the str...

Frightfest 2016 Interview: Graham Skipper

Anyone who was lucky enough to catch Graham Skipper in Joe Begos’ Almost Human and this year’s The Mind’s Eye will know that this guy is about to be huge. Natural, likeable and endle...

Frightfest 2016 Review: Beyond The Gates

Fans of Jumanji (and defenders of it as a still-scary kids’ horror movie) rejoice, we finally have our very own, grown-up version in Beyond The Gates. The debut feature from Jackson Stewart, who...

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