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Meet the Beetle—Sick Girl

In 2002, Mick Garris, director and frequent Stephen King interpreter, began hosting a series of recurring dinners with some friends who also just happened to be renowned horror filmmakers—people like Stuart Gordon, Dario Argento, John Carpenter, Tobe Hooper, Mary Lambert and Lucky McKee, among many others. It was kind of an Algonquin Round Table of [...]

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New Jersey-based E.I. Independent Cinema (as distributed by Alternative Cinema) is one of the most ambitious production companies around. And God love ‘em for it. They have their hand in almost every type of genre/exploitation film imaginable: thrillers, softcore, erotic classics from the ‘60s and ‘70s, crazy cult fare and, of course, horror. Shock-O-Rama, the [...]

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In the Wall

It’s hard to make a movie. It’s harder to make a good movie―one with interesting characters and an involving story.  And it’s harder still to achieve all of this in a movie with a twenty-minute running time.  But that’s exactly what writer/director Mike Williamson has done with his horrific short film, In the Wall.  It’s one of [...]

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