So its coming close to that time of year again – Women In Horror Month.
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Who is it all really for? Do we not perpetually honour our scream queens by watching their movies for the hundredth time and queuing up for hours at conventions to pay top dollar for a few seconds of their time and an autograph?
Currently in production and flying the flag for the British independent horror is Simeon Halligan’s White Settlers, starring genre actress favourite, Pollyanna McIntosh – most of you are more than likely familiar with her spectacular performance in the titular role of Lucky Mckee’s The Woman.
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“ Are you kidding me? Whoever made this must be a fucking nutcase!” The whisperer to my left during tonight’s viewing of Macabre is either not too used to extreme spatter such as this or is particularly offended by the crescendo of rampant gore and viscera on display before us during the Mo Brother’s (Timo Tjhjanto and Kimo Stamboel) début effort. ‘Nutcase?’
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Fango News! After bringing you the Halloween theatrical re-releases, Fangoria are now working on another big screen genre event to bring in the Holiday season in with a scream by re-releasing a new presentation of Charles E Sailler Jr’s stalk ‘n kill Christmas slasher favourite – Silent Night, Deadly Night. All spruced up with a sleek new HD transfer, this is one event that fans of old school slasher flicks won’t want to miss!
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