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Watch Adam Ciolfi’s Brilliant Stop-Motion Short “BROKEN”

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Just when you think crappy CGI, twist endings, and cheap scares have overtaken the world of mythic film storytelling, someone comes along with a practical wonder capable of encouraging even the most cynical of monster fans. This week, that wonder is BROKEN, a ten-minute short film directed by Adam Ciolfi that utilizes stop motion in [...]

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Advance Comic Review: COLDER – THE BAD SEED #1

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Release Date: October 22, 2014 Writer: Paul Tobin Artist: Juan Ferreyra Publisher: Dark Horse How do you follow up one of the best horror stories of the decade? One might ask Paul Tobin and Juan Ferreyra, whose Eisner-nominated COLDER has been haunting everyone’s dreams. And it looks like the answer would be along these lines: [...]

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Movie Review: THE CANAL

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Release Date: In Theaters Now Writer: Ivan Kavanagh Director: Ivan Kavanagh Starring: Rupert Evans, Antonia Campbell Hughes, Hannah Hoekstra Distribution: The Orchard I am certainly a fan of descent-into-insanity stories. When a filmmaker blurs the line between reality and hallucinations, I pay close attention, because it’s an opportunity for experimental narratives and visuals. Of course, [...]

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Editor’s Picks: Japanese Sci-Fi & Fantasy Comics

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I love comics. (Surprise! Or not.) I love all kinds of comics. And that includes material published by Viz, Vertical, Yen Press… Oh dear. I must mean… manga. Even fans of American comics look at manga with disdain. They roll their eyes and pick up their single issues and graphic novels, snubbing black and white [...]

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Comic Review: BODIES #3

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Writer: Si Spencer Artists: Meghan Hetrick (2014), Phil Winslade (1940), Tula Lotay (2050), Dean Ormston (1890) Letterers: Dezi Sienty, Taylor Esposito Colorist: Lee Loughridge Publisher: Vertigo I read a lot of comics. Sometimes I get a bit behind, though. For this reason, every week I make two stacks of issues: the “Read immediately!” pile and [...]

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It’s Heeeere: COLDER – THE BAD SEED #1 Preview Art

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Does COLDER really need any more squee from me? Probably not. If you have not yet read this horror masterpiece from Paul Tobin and Juan Ferreyra, head to your local comic shop right now, or if you must, go here or here, and purchase yourself a copy before indulging in the following preview of the [...]

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Movie Review: DON’T BLINK

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Writer: Travis Oates Director: Travis Oates Starring: Mena Suvari, Brian Austin Green, Zack Ward, Joanne Kelly, Fiona Gubelmann, David de Latour, Leif Gantvoort, Curtiss Frisle, Emelie O’Hara, Samantha Jacober Release date: TODAY (September 19th) on VOD and in select theaters Production Company: Vertical Entertainment DON’T BLINK is proof that a movie does not have to [...]

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Editor’s Picks: Five Movies That Scared Me

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I love horror movies. Hell, I edit a monster magazine; it’s kind of a prerequisite. But I’ve been leaning more towards Sci-Fi films lately, and I think it’s because mainstream horror movies have kind of sucked. I’m not saying that to be an indignant old curmudgeon. I just think that the best of utter creepiness [...]

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CONSTANTINE’s Ray Fawkes Delivers the Darkness

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Ray Fawkes is the horror guru who’s been behind CONSTANTINE for a good while now, and this week DC released its FUTURE’S END issue—a fun one-off that takes place five years in John Constantine’s future but plays out like any of his present supernatural encounters, albeit with a new companion holding the regular humans at [...]

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Movie Review: HONEYMOON

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Writers: Leigh Janiak and Phil Graziadei Director: Leigh Janiak Starring: Rose Leslie, Harry Treadaway Release Date: September 12, 2014 (limited) I vastly prefer indie horror flicks to big budget ones, for many reasons. I’m difficult to scare, and what does creep me out is often nowhere to be found in shrieking violins or twist endings. [...]

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