Interview With The Filmmaker: Scott Slone Talks About Malibu Horror Story

I got the opportunity to interview Scott Slone, who is the writer/director of the hybrid found footage film Malibu Horror Story, which is currently slashing its way through the festival circuit. This film is a fresh and unique take on the found footage subgenre, but it also excels as a straight-up horror flick. In this […]

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David Sodergren’s The Haar is Beautifully Haar-iffic

Anyone who knows me could easily point out that when I find something I thoroughly enjoy be it books, movies, podcasts, songs, food, you name it, I become hyperfixated on it. This usually results in me eating poke bowls for three months straight and then not being able to look at fish and rice for […]

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Hail To The King! Evil Dead: The Game is Groovy

Asymmetrical games, while there aren’t a ton, have quickly taken over a niche audience of gamers with titles like Friday The 13th: The Game, Hunt or Die, VHS, Among Us, and most popularly (within the genre) Dead By Daylight. If you negate the pandemic spike of Among Us players, I think it’s safe to say that out of all of […]

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Panic Fest 2022: When the Screaming Starts (Best of the Fest Part 2)

Mockumentaries have long been a staple within the genre, they can fall under the subgenre of Found Footage, they can be serious with excellent cinematography, or they can be an amalgamation of different subgenres and multiple shooting styles. What We Do In The Shadows is without a doubt one of the most successful comedy-horror mockumentaries, […]

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Panic Fest 2022: Malibu Horror Story (Best of the Fest Part 1)

One of my favorite subgenres is, admittedly, the one filled with the most trash: Found Footage. With Found Footage it seems like the worse the film looks, the more you can get away with. By that I mean you can use subpar practicals if you’re filming on a camcorder from 2001 since the film quality […]

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