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Welcome to the second stop on Slammed & Damned’s European tour. Yesterday, Euro Horror Week began in Italy, with an exciting visit to Devil’s Nightmare. Today, we hop over to Spain for a 1982 slasher-fest called Pieces (aka Mil gritos tiene la noche), a somewhat notorious film in certain circles. No less an authority than director [...]

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A Little Help for Parabella Nigel: Saiko Saikik Witch Bitch

Writer and director Chad Clinton Freeman has a dream and he’d like your assistance in making it come true. His new project, Parabella Nigel: Saiko Saikik Witch Bitch, is in the planning stages, but it’s a little low on cash. So, Freeman is trying something novel to fund his film’s $16,666 budget: he’s looking for financing [...]

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Sinners and Saints

Considering all the obstacles faced in making Sinners and Saints (2004), it’s a wonder it was ever completed.  Filmed off and on over a period of three years, this phantasmagoric horror/kung fu/exploitation hybrid was made on a tiny budget, with everyone involved pitching in to do all they could to get the movie finished.  Whether [...]

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Matthew Reel—Loving the bomb

Indie film director Matthew Reel is a man of many talents. Writer, artist, vocalist—it’s hard to pin him down. Drawing on influences as diverse as Kenneth Anger and Herschell Gordon Lewis, Reel’s films are deeply personal visions. Jessicka Rabid, his recent collaboration with actress Elske McCain, might be his most controversial project yet. I sat [...]

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