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  1. VOD Review: The Voices (2014)

    Jerry is your typical next door neighbor type. That is, if you next door neighbor hears voices through his two pets which lead him to homicidal tendencies. Like I said – your typical next door neighbor type.

    Played with simplistic precision by actor Ryan Reynolds, Jerry is not without issues stemming from his youth. Via flashbacks we learn of an encounter with his mother that has seemingly scarred Jerry into his adult life. Still, with the help of prescription ...
  2. DVD Review: The Pyramid (2014)

    From the writer of High Tension, The Hills Have Eyes (remake) and Maniac (remake) comes The Pyramid, a new horror film with the claustrophobic setting on a newly unearth pyramid that has death, terror and the creatures that bring the two nouns to unlucky team of five that find themselves lost within the archaeological corridors of the tomb.

    Grégory Levasseur is the writer that takes the reins behind the camera for the first time and does a more than admirable job ...
  3. Review: Clown (2014)

    This hurts to say – Eli Roth is no longer a ‘go-to’ name for me in horror. Ouch. Go back a decade ago and I didn’t think that possible. I was present when he brought Cabin Fever (2002) to Toronto and again in 2005 when he introduced his Canadian audience to Hostel. I met Eli a few times since and I think his knowledge and enthusiasm for horror is outstanding.

    But since 2007, Eli has focused himself more on acting (Inglorious Basterds) and producing (The Last ...
  4. Interview with Leo Fafard (WolfCop)

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    I recently had the opportunity of speaking with Leo Fafard, the man behind all that damn fur in the wildly popular cult-hit, WOLFCOP. Get your read-on for an entertaining look at a guy who started out in the technical realm of film, and now is the focal piece of one of the best indie productions in a long time. Check it out and enjoy!

    KR - Can you tell us how you got your start in the business?

    LF - I went to performance ...
  5. Interview with Nick Damici, “Late Phases”

    Nick Damici is an actor and screenwriter known for such films as “Mulberry Street” and “Stake Land”. He grew up in Hell’s Kitchen in the 1960s and early 1970s. His father was a bartender, and Damici would occasionally tend bar at the age of 12. Damici’s mentor is actor Michael Moriarty (who horror fans will know from various Larry Cohen projects), who encouraged him to write scripts.

    I had the pleasure of speaking with Nick in March 2015 about his latest starring role in the werewolf ...
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