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Review: Another Evil (Fantasia 2016)

In Another Evil, the story revolves around a modestly fruitful visual artist, Dan (Steve Zissis), and an overtly quirky ghost hunter/exorcist, Os (Mark Proksch). After confronting an apparition in his vacation home, Dan sends his skeptical wife, Mary (Jennifer Irwin), and teenage son, Jazz (Dax Flame), back to the city for a week so he can figure the situation out. 729 more words

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Fantasia 2016: "Another Evil" Review

Finding the perfect balance in a horror-comedy is a difficult thing to do. Far too often, it seems, these films are so concerned with being scary that they forget to add the jokes—or they’re so concerned with being funny that they forget to add the scares. 429 more words

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Music Monday: Mixed Emotions and the Togetherness End Credits

The end is near for Togetherness and there is just enough time for a couple more excellent end credit song choices to accompany scenes of renewed friendships and broken marriages. 196 more words

Music Monday

SXSW 2016: First Clip from "Another Evil" Released

One day before its world premiere, upcoming horror-comedy Another Evil has received its first online clip and official festival poster. From the two-minute clip, it seems as though the film is like a combination of Steve Miner’s… 132 more words

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Review | 'Togetherness' Season 2 Episode 3 'Advanced Pretend'

The reviews you’ll usually find on TBF are around season premieres, midfinales and finales, but the third episode of ‘Togetherness’ Season 2 was just so damn good that I couldn’t help myself. 675 more words

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Vomit, Valium & Values

Vomiting is a deeply personal experience in my opinion. I really don’t like anyone to witness me in that highly vulnerable state. However emotional trauma, shock and stress will cause your body to react without your permission – much like it did with Brett at the end of last week’s episode upon hearing Michelle’s news. 700 more words

Review | 'Togetherness' Season 2 premiere, 'Hotels'

‘Togetherness’ was never one of those titles that tried to have you nerve-wrecked after a cliffhanger ending of an episode. Well… Not until last season’s finale anyway. 563 more words

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