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[Panic Fest] BLACK MOLD Review – A Study of Fear and the Decaying Mind
Like a decaying body in a rural field, the abandoned buildings scattered across the country decay, rot, and decompose, eaten away by...
[Panic Fest] BLISS OF EVIL Review – A Queer Horror Mystery With a Rock and Roll Sound
Bliss of Evil is rather enjoyable, with several important things to say about why evil people do terrible things.
How A NIGHTMARE ON ELM STREET formed a Child's Understanding of Art
Horror is a welcoming blanket, and you only need to be open to facing your greatest fears through a screen.
[Podcast] Director Anthony DiBlasi and Star Natalie Victoria Tackle MALUM
Anthony DiBlasi and Natalie Victoria discuss their new horror psychological horror film Malum with E.L. King on the Slay Away podcast.
[Panic Fest] BLUE HOUR Review – What is Lost Should Not Always Be Found
As found footage horror films go, Blue Hour establishes a curious mystery and an ending that gives its audience a modicum of closure.
[True Horror] The Portrayal of Human Trafficking in EDEN and How We Discuss Victimization
True Horror column issue discussing the film Crime Thriller Eden (2012), human trafficking, and victimization rampant in the United States.
[Panic Fest] AGATHA Review – Allegorical Horror’s Industrial Wasteland
Told as a series of Victorianesque vignettes, Agatha is a novel approach to hushed occult horror.
[Panic Fest] ABRUPTIO Review – A Bizzare, Lurid, and Dark Drama
Marlowe’s nearly ten-year-long passion project blends bizarre visuals, lurid violence, and the dark personal drama of a troubled character.