Posts Tagged ‘horror’

Interview: Adam Nagaitis Talks AMC’s ‘The Terror’

by Jeff Fountainon March 20, 2018
Recently we had the opportunity to talk with Adam Nagaitis about his experience working on the terrifying new AMC show The Terror. How did you end up in the world of acting? Was it something you always wanted to do? Adam: I think I just sort of fell into it, to be honest. I don’t […]

Three Neville Pierce Short Films: Bricks-Ghosted-Lock In

by Jeff Fountainon February 5, 2018
After fifteen years of reviewing films and interviewing actors and filmmakers, Neville Pierce decided to put what he had learned into practical use and jumped behind the camera to direct three very engaging and different shorts that showed this reviewer he made the right choice in regards to getting behind the camera. Bricks Edgar Allan […]

Black Fawn Films and Breakthrough Entertainment Unveil ‘I’ll Take Your Dead’

by Jeff Fountainon January 31, 2018
Well, this is great news for horror fans. Black Fawn Films and Breakthrough Entertainment, the great team that has given us such films as Bite, Let Her Out and The Heretics, are currently shooting their newest effort, I’ll Take Your Dead. With such a successful collection of films already cementing this wonderful collaboration, this looks […]

Movie Review: Living Among Us

by Jeff Fountainon January 25, 2018
Ah, vampires. They are one of those genres, zombies are another, that just seems very tired and worn out. So imagine my surprise when Living Among Us turned out to be tense, interesting and fun and made the vampire genre feel different and new again. This is no small feat and while the movie wasn’t […]


Movie Review: Buckout Road

by Jeff Fountainon November 25, 2017
Blood in the Snow Canadian Film Festival 2017 I have to say, the creative minds behind Buckout Road did a great job in making the film much more than a simple ghost story. Weird ass albino killers in the woods, a woman seeking revenge as she strolls around at night and oh yes, witches. The […]

Movie Review: Red Spring

by Jeff Fountainon November 21, 2017
The Blood in the Snow Canadian Film Festival 2017 How do you make a movie about a world ravaged by vampires interesting? The whole apocalypse/vampire genres have pretty much been done to death, so this presents quite the challenge. Successful movies or TV shows that tackle this subject focus on the people and the struggle […]


Movie Review: ‘Mayhem’ Takes Rage and Chaos to the Corporate Level

by Jeff Fountainon November 13, 2017
When you think about it, is there a better place to let loose some rage and bloodshed than in the corporate world? Sure, there are some normal people there but the cold-blooded attitude of big business does not usually lend itself to making too many friends. I’m sure there will be many people with a […]

Interview: J. Van Auken Talks Movie Business, Revelator

by Jeff Fountainon October 2, 2017
Recently we had a chance to talk to J. Van Auken, who was a busy man for the movie Revelator, taking on directing, acting, writing and producing. You’ve done acting, directing and writing. What was it that initially got you interested in the movie business? J. Van Auken: I had been fooling around with cameras […]

Guillermo del Toro talks At Home With Monsters Exhibition at Art Gallery of Ontario

by Jeff Fountainon September 29, 2017
With his new exhibition At Home With Monsters getting ready to open to the public tomorrow, Sept 30th, filmmaker/director/novelist Guillermo del Toro sat down with the media to talk about the content of the show and where some of his inspiration came from. One thing that strikes you right away about the man, besides that […]

Interview: Amy Matysio

by Jeff Fountainon September 28, 2017
Recently we had a chance to talk to actor Amy Matysio about all things horror including WolfCop, while she was at this year’s Toronto Fan Expo. What was it that got you into acting? Amy: When I was very young I started with music, then dance and eventually found my way into the theater. I […]