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Tiffany Shepis—Creepy, violent and sexual

At the age of 14, Tiffany Shepis made her film debut with a bit part in Troma’s 1996 cult fave Tromeo and Juliet. Since that unassuming start, Shepis has gone on to become one of indie horror’s most loved, and most talented, performers. I recently sat down with Shepis for a free-wheeling, unfiltered conversation about [...]

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Sean Tretta—Smart horror flicks

Horror filmmaker Sean Tretta has become pretty good at problem-solving. On small, independent flicks like The Death Factory Bloodletting, Tretta had to deal with the usual issues that plague a low-budget shoot. But his new movie, The Frankenstein Syndrome, is his largest production to date. And with a bigger budget comes a whole new set [...]

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Once Again, With Feeling—The Frankenstein Syndrome

One of the best tests of a story’s merit is its ability to be adapted. If it’s truly good, it can span eras and be repeatedly refashioned into something more, something relevant for a new age. By this measure, Mary Shelley’s 1818 novel Frankenstein; or, the Modern Prometheus is surely one of the great tales. [...]

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