Dances With Films Festival 2020 review: ‘Hawk & Rev: Vampire Slayers’ kills as opening and closing night’s “Midnight movie”

Dances With Films Festival 2020 review: ‘Hawk & Rev: Vampire Slayers’ kills as opening and closing night’s “Midnight movie”

Nothing screams success for an indie film quite like opening and closing as the “midnight movie.” Hawk & Rev: Vampire Slayers is a hilarious homage to ’80s horror.

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Review: ‘The Pale Door’ is horror-western with a flair for the visual drama.

Review: ‘The Pale Door’ is horror-western with a flair for the visual drama.

Gang of train robbers meeting a coven a witches sounds like my kind of party. The Pale Door is the directorial debut for Aaron B Koontz.

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Review: ‘Nothing But The Blood’

Review: ‘Nothing But The Blood’

Religion can save some and destroy others. Nothing But The Blood is what happens when you take scripture too literally.

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LAKE OF DEATH- review by Liz Whittemore

LAKE OF DEATH- review by Liz Whittemore

Who wouldn’t visit the very lake your twin brother disappeared from a year earlier? Seems like a perfectly logical decision to bring a group of emotionally indifferent friends along with you. Lake of Death will mesmerize your senses and haunt your dreams.

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“Ghosts Of War” will leave you with PTSD.

“Ghosts Of War” will leave you with PTSD.

Can you escape the sins of your past or will they inevitably drag you to hell? Eric Bress’ “Ghosts Of War” is a genre-bending film that will terrorize your senses and challenge your instincts.

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Review and Interview with filmmaker Alexandra Serio for her frighteningly relevant short film ‘Tingle Monsters’

Review and Interview with filmmaker Alexandra Serio for her frighteningly relevant short film ‘Tingle Monsters’

The culture of online harassment is explored through an incredible short horror film Tingle Monsters. The first ASMR horror film, filmmaker Alexandra Serio creatively takes on the internet for all women.

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Review: ‘Blow The Man Down’ will knock you off your feet.

Review: ‘Blow The Man Down’ will knock you off your feet.

A small-town thriller set in a New England seaside town? You had me at, “written and directed by two women.” Blow The Man Down is aptly named and boasts some of the biggest actresses in the business. It will knock you off your feet.

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2020 Cinequest Film Festival review: ‘Before The Fire’ is a dire warning.

2020 Cinequest Film Festival review: ‘Before The Fire’ is a dire warning.

When your back is to the wall, what is your response? How would you survive if your life depended on it? Are you a leader or a follower? Before The Fire asks all these questions while it makes its breathtaking premiere at 2020 Cinequest. This female-directed and penned film deserves the widest audience possible.

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Review: ‘Color Out of Space’ pairs Nicolas Cage with H.P.Lovecraft’s short story hellscape.

Review: ‘Color Out of Space’ pairs Nicolas Cage with H.P.Lovecraft’s short story hellscape.

Short stories can make for great features. Legendary genre director, Richard Stanley, is making his return to the big screen with a little help from H.P. Lovecraft… and a whole lot of weird. Color Out Of Space is something else.

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Review: ‘Daniel Isn’t Real’ is one of the best indie horrors of 2019.

Review: ‘Daniel Isn’t Real’ is one of the best indie horrors of 2019.

With an extremely successful run at all the buzziest genre festivals this year, Daniel Isn’t Real has everything a horror fan could want and more. In theaters today, find out why an imaginary friend can do more harm than good. Daniel Isn’t Real is a psychological mindf*ck.

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