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Horsehead

Dream interpretation is a lot of bunk. Still, the vagaries surrounding why we dream and what they’re all about make for interesting horror source material. … 359 more words

Indie Movies

Anatomy of an Indie Crisis

Netflix is my best friend. In fact, since Netflix has come into my life I’ve completely lost the will to maintain real friendships.

Long ago (way back when Netflix first started to get popular and I jumped on the Netflix bandwagon), I not only had access to the digital collection, but I could get DVD’s sent to my doorstep for one low monthly price. 788 more words

Head Cases: Serial Killers in the Delaware Valley

“Wayne taped, photographed and recorded everything.” There you go. A thorough way to explain away all that found footage.

But let’s be fair here: while the found footage genre occupies a dank basement when it comes to how we rank our genres  326 more words

New Horror Films

"Me and Earl and The Dying Girl" -- Cancer Meets Quirk

Alfonso Gomez-Rejon’s incredibly Sundance-y Sundance hit Me and Earl and the Dying Girl is a modern cancer comedy that falls somewhere between the hilarious yet raw  918 more words

Movie Reviews

...But Mostly Me: A Review of Alfonso Gomez-Rejon's 'Me and Earl and the Dying Girl'

It was as if the Sundance Film Festival had become a parody of itself. When a movie with a title like Me and Earl and the Dying Girl  1,433 more words

Reviews

Tom DeLonge's short film has great detail

“Poet Anderson: The Dream Walker” is 14 minutes of beauty and mesmerization. Short films usually don’t possess the amount of action and spellbinding scenes that this one exudes. 316 more words

Indie Films

Memory Lane

First, the pros. Memory Lane was made for $300. No, we haven’t left off a zero or two. This film was made for less than the cost of a brand-new iPhone. 512 more words

New Horror Films