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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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There’s Nothing Out There Is Here—Again!

Here’s some good news for you horror fans out there. I recently received an exciting update from the talented and busy Rolfe Kanefsky, director of such cool horror flicks as The Hazing and Nightmare Man. It’s been 20 years since the release of There’s Nothing Out There, his first foray into film. To celebrate this momentous [...]

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