An official selection of the Blood in the Snow festival, Tomas Street’s ‘Fugue’ is a twist-filled mystery where the truth is difficult to ascertain.
Christmas-based horror is a sub-genre that is seldom recognized, but actually includes a vast array of titles dating back decades. A few are quite well known, with titles such as … Continue reading Guest Blogger Justin McConnell on Under-Seen X-Mas Horror Films Worth a Look
For my second Halloween-themed article here at Biff Bam Pop, I figured I’d meld two of my favourite film genres into one comprehensive list. Are you a big fan of … Continue reading 31 Days Of Horror 2013 – Guest Blogger Justin McConnell On Horror In Reality – Documentaries For The Halloween Season
Almost every month since July 2011, I’ve been running a monthly short film festival in Toronto called LITTLE TERRORS, which is co-promoted by RUE MORGUE MAGAZINE. In that time I’ve … Continue reading 31 Days Of Horror 2013 – Guest Blogger Justin McConnell Presents Little Terrors – The Halloween Home Edition
Our good pal Justin McConnell is a busy man these days. A writer and director (Skull World, The Collapsed), Justin is also a Programmer & Special Projects Manager for the … Continue reading 31 Days Of Horror 2013: Trailer Time – JUNKIE
Last year, Biff Bam Pop had a chance to talk to the cast and crew of the horror film, The Collapsed (you can check that out here). Less than a … Continue reading Exclusive Interview: Director Justin McConnell on Skull World and making documentaries
As mentioned last week, we had the chance to talk to the cast and crew of the new post-apocalyptic thriller, The Collapsed on location at Toronto’s great video store, Eyesore … Continue reading Exclusive: Biff Bam Pop Talks To The Cast And Crew Of The Collapsed
Tuesday saw the DVD release of The Collapsed, the acclaimed post-apocalyptic thriller from director Justin McConnell. Without giving too much a way, the film involves a family of four making … Continue reading Preview: Biff Bam Pop Meets The Cast And Crew Of The Collapsed