In an exclusive interview with BBP’s Andy Burns, Slash talks about contributing to the score for the new film The Breach, what he looks for in a horror film, Guns N’ Roses and more.
The Week In Horror has scoops on new horror, some red band trailers, news on Stephen King’s The Talisman and a new Canadian horror documentary!
Kurtis Harder’s Spiral is a worthwhile watch for the carefully-considered genre take on trauma.
If you’re craving a fun film experience in these dark times, Psycho Goreman is exactly the tonic you need.
We’re looking at a few special edition horror Blu-Rays that would make an absolutely wonderful last-minute or belated holiday gift.
The WWI horror movie, ‘The Trench,’ takes viewers underground for a claustrophobic journey into a tense and disgusting nightmare world.
Seth A Smith’s superb horror film, The Crescent, is a challenging watch, not afraid to withhold its secrets until it’s damned well good and ready to reveal them. There’s no … Continue reading ‘The Crescent’ is a Terrifying Trip Into the Depths of Grief
Geoff Redknap’s invisible man movie, ‘The Unseen,’ eschews the mad scientist formula and creates a fantastic and thoughtful story about lost souls.
A new Canadian film, The Dark Stranger, focuses on the connection between depression and art. Written and directed by Chris Trebilcock, The Dark Stranger is a psychological thriller that drags … Continue reading “The Dark Stranger” Blurs the Lines Between Art and Reality
The end of summer just wouldn’t be complete without the return of Fan Expo. It’s Canada’s answer to San Diego Comic-Con, including big name celebs, lots to see and do, … Continue reading Fan Expo 2015: Gaming, The Vibe, SiriusXM and Mads Mikkelsen, oh my!
Earlier this week we spoke with Kendra Timmins, one of the stars of the new 80s slasher throwback film Lost After Dark. Today, we offer for your consideration our email … Continue reading Exclusive: Andy Burns talks to Lost After Dark Director Ian Kessner
Today (September 1st, 2015) sees the release of the new horror film, Lost After Dark. Co-written by Bo Ransdell and Ian Kessner and directed by Kessner, the film is set … Continue reading Exclusive: Andy Burns talks to Lost After Dark’s Kendra Timmins