Fright Bites Indie Horror Short Competition Gearing Up in the Chicago Area!

  Do you have an independent horror film that needs exposure? Is the run time 30 minutes or less? Do you have $20.00? If so, you’re in luck: Horror Society & the Chicago Creepout have […]

Sep, 13

Ender’s Game Adaptation to Hit Screens in 2013

Award-winning science fiction novel Ender’s Game, first published by legendary author Orson Scott Card in 1985, will soon be finding its way to the big screen, directed Gavin Hood, who also penned the screenplay. The […]

Sep, 12

[BOOK REVIEW] The Sticks, by Andy Deane (2009)

  There are certain things you expect to find on sale when you go to see a band play. Albums, obviously. T-shirts, of course. Bags, buttons, patches? Sure, why not! But books? Not so much. Finding a […]

Sep, 11

[REVIEW] The House of the Devil (2009)

I’m not entirely sure how I became a fan of Ti West without actually seeing any of his work, so today I decided to change that with his 2009 film; The House of the Devil. Taking […]

Sep, 11

[REVIEW] Livide (2011)

French new extremity directors, Julien Maury and Alexandre Bustillo follow up from their first horror film A l’interieur (2007) with; Livide (2011). A young girl named Lucie (Chloe Coulloud) encounters an elderly lady trapped in a coma on her […]

Sep, 11

[REVIEW] Head Trauma (2006)

There is a sense of foreboding in the air as George Walker (Vince Mola) reaches the dilapidated former home of his grandmother. Though it has been five years since her passing, George is only making […]

Sep, 11

[REVIEW] The Grudge (2004)

The Grudge can be easily summed up as 91 minutes of your life that you will never get back.  But, for the sake of argument, let’s go more in depth. Following the success of The Ring, it […]

Sep, 11


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