June 14, 2024

FILM REVIEW: ‘The Night House’ Is Well Worth Visiting

Horror is all about balance. If the audience is fed too much information it often (removes power) of the moment. If not given enough it ...
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Film Review: ‘Separation’ Can Be Painful

There has never been a better time to be a fan of horror films. The past decade has seen an explosion of arthouse horror. Topics ...
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Interview: ‘The Winter Lake’ A Thrilling Irish Drama

The Winter Lake follows Tom (Anson Boon), a troubled young boy, who lives with his mother Elaine (Charlie Murphy) in their grandfather’s old house. One day ...
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Interview With ‘Sacrifice’ Directors Toor Mian and Andy Collier

Filmmakers Andy Collier and Toor Mian collaborate once again to bring audiences a brand new horror experience with Sacrifice. The filmmaking duo last brought to ...
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Film Dorks Podcast 14 – Halloween Hits

The Dorks each reveal their “must watch” movie for the Halloween Season. They discuss John Carpenter’s The Fog and The Thing, John Landis’ An American ...
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Bring on the Nightmares: Why You SHOULD Let Your Kids Watch Horror Movies

At 42 years old, I am of the age where being childless places me firmly in the minority of my family and friends. I am ...
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FilmDorks Podcast 13: ZOMBIES! Episode 1

The Dorks focus on zombie films from the 1960’s & 70’s, including George Romero, Lucio Fulci & more!     Film Dorks Art by Bobby ...
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Film Dorks Podcast 10: HORROR Episode 2- Classic Slasher Flicks

Nick, Lucas and Jeff discuss the classic slasher films “Halloween”, “Friday the 13th” and “Nightmare on Elm Street.” Film Dorks Art by Bobby Timony instagram ...
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