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Posted on: October 20th, 2017

Last week, the French filmmaking duo Alexandre Bustillo and Julien Maury (INSIDE, LIVIDE, AMONG THE LIVING) stopped off at the 50th anniversary of The SITGES – International Fantastic Film Festival of Catalonia to present their latest endeavour, the unsettling origin story of one of horror’s most feared icons, LEATHERFACE. Going against the slasher grain to …Read More

Posted on: October 11th, 2017

Since showrunner Bryan Fuller teased that talks about a fourth season of Hannibal have officially begun, fans have been more excited than ever. And the cast and crew have admitted that they are just as eager to see the acclaimed horror show make a comeback. Amongst them is Aaron Abrams, who plays sassy and arrogant …Read More

Posted on: October 5th, 2017

If you appreciate your fiction pulpy and unpredictable, Bryan Roberts’ Ed Savage: The Savage Murders Trilogy is going to be one of the most enjoyable books you’re likely to read this year. Taking cues from classic 70’s genre fare and applying it to the contemporary climates obsession with reality TV and celebrity, the book is …Read More

Posted on: September 26th, 2017

2017 is proving itself to be very much the year of Stephen King adaptations. And now, literally just weeks in the wake of the box office smash hit IT, the celebrated author’s work is all set to shock audiences once again – this time on Netflix – with the adaptation of “Gerald’s Game.” The psychological …Read More

Posted on: September 25th, 2017

Attractions, particularly of the haunted kind, are not unfamiliar in cinema. What’s not to love about Roger Moore’s predicament as he fumbled his way around Scaramanga’s labyrinthine maze with Nick Nack on the loose? More recently Adam Wingard headed over to the haunted maze at McCall’s Haunted Farm to shoot scenes for The Guest. With …Read More

Posted on: September 14th, 2017

LOST SOLACE is an intriguing yet hauntingly beautiful psychological horror from Canadian filmmaker Chris Scheuerman. Motivated by his love of character, Scheuerman’s latest project relates the story of Spence (played by Andrew Jenkins), a psychopath whom after taking a new brand of ecstasy goes on a mind bending trip that causing him to question his …Read More

Posted on: September 7th, 2017

A lads night out usually comprises of endless pints of fizzy lager, copious amounts of pork scratchings and politically incorrect remarks about the new barmaid before everyone goes home, waking up the following morning with a hideous hangover. Director David Bruckner’s new film, The Ritual starts off in a similar vein but ends tragically and …Read More

Posted on: August 29th, 2017

Good help is so hard to find these days, especially for Diana Prieto (Daniela Ramírez), who is raising her severely autistic son Martin (Matías Bassi) while pregnant with her second child, and her husband Tomás (Cristobal Tapia Montt) is frequently away on work trips. A chance encounter leads Diana to hire a Filipina woman named …Read More

Posted on: August 25th, 2017

Adam Wingard is already quite the household name when it comes to horror flicks, with You’re Next and The Guest being his most memorable contributions to the genre to date. Here at SCREAM there isn’t a doubt in our minds that his latest project, Death Note, which was saved from imminent turnaround by Netflix, is about to make just …Read More

Posted on: August 11th, 2017

Whether it’s writing the next big superhero story-arc or your new favourite horror title, Cullen Bunn is never far from the ‘newly arrived’ shelf at your local comic book store. It’s comes with no doubt that Bunn is one of the hardest working comic writers on the scene right now and his diverse writing resume …Read More

Posted on: July 14th, 2017

Last week we brought you an interview with Ki Hong Lee, one of the lead players in John R. Leonetti’s latest teen shocker, Wish Upon, but we were granted more than just the one wish as we also got the chance to catch up with another key cast member. Penned by Barbara Marshall (Viral) and …Read More

Posted on: July 7th, 2017

It Comes at Night is taking the horror world by storm and splitting audiences left, right and centre. We’re on the positive side and believe this to be one of the greatest horror films of the year. It’s unsettling, original and unpredictable and will certainly leave a lasting impression on those who delve into its …Read More

Posted on: July 3rd, 2017

The horror genre is certainly going through a bit of a “careful what you wish for” phase right now. This August, streaming giant Netflix will unleash Adam Wingard’s highly-anticipated Death Note, but prior to that, John R. Leonetti’s Wish Upon will be granting all manner of wicked wishes in theatres from July 14. Penned by …Read More

Posted on: June 23rd, 2017

The cogent and complex thriller Midnighters, which recently premiered at this year’s LA Film Festival marks the more than impressive theatrical debut of director Julius Ramsay (director/editor of AMC’s “The Walking Dead, “Cinemax’s “Outcast,” “Battlestar Galactica”). Penned by his brother Alston Ramsay, the film is set on New Year’s Eve, that time of year when …Read More

Posted on: June 20th, 2017

Last week, we spoke with Danish writer/director Christian Torpe on the upcoming TV adaptation of Stephen King’s “The Mist,” in which he revealed how the real draw for him had been the fact that it’s such an incredibly unfortunate, yet incredibly relevant premise. Having seen the pilot, that statement couldn’t be closer to the truth …Read More

Posted on: June 15th, 2017

Commenting on what it was that convinced him that Stephen King’s original story had all the trappings for a TV show story arc, Danish writer/director Christian Torpe said, “At its heart, “The Mist” is a story about what people will do when they are blinded by fear – the mist is a wonderful metaphor for …Read More

Posted on: June 15th, 2017

If an inventive blend of Cabin In The Woods and Independence Day sounds right up your street then you’ve come to the right place. Directed with real visual flair by Mauro Borelli (concept artist behind blockbusters ranging from Pirates of the Caribbean: At World’s End right through to The Hateful Eight), said helmer’s debut sci-fi …Read More

Posted on: June 9th, 2017

A former Full Sail graduate, filmmaker Aaron B. Koontz has amassed well over a decade of experience in the film industry with credits including work on large-scale studio features such as 2 Fast 2 Furious and The Punisher. More recently he served as exec-producer of 2014’s breakout horror hit Starry Eyes but now it’s his …Read More

Posted on: May 25th, 2017

Just last week, Barbara Crampton paid a visit to Bilbao’s FANT festival to receive the very first ESTRELLA de FANT award in recognition of her life’s contribution to the genre film industry. Whilst there, she also attended a Re-Animator/Beyond the Gates double feature and SCREAM got a chance to sit down with the First Lady …Read More

Posted on: May 24th, 2017

Iranian-born and raised in Los Angeles, writer/director Kasra Farahani cut his teeth as an industrial designer before stumbling into the world of film design, going on to work for many years as an art director and concept artist for a number of big studio productions such as Avatar and Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 2. …Read More

Posted on: May 15th, 2017

Embracing the candour and attitude of sci-fi successes of the ’70s and ’80s, Shane Abbess’ latest outing, Science Fiction Volume One: The Osiris Child grounds itself with profoundly layered post apocalyptic characters and relationships seldom seen today when it comes to big screen space operas. Set in the future in a time of interplanetary colonisation, …Read More

Posted on: May 1st, 2017

After months of anticipation, American Gods is finally here—and its temple is one in which fans of every genre can find something to worship. Breathtakingly shot, often deliriously funny, and with an opening scene that loosely resembles an explosion in a cherry syrup factory, the Starz original series is hypnotically weird and wonderful. This melting …Read More

Posted on: April 4th, 2017

Last week we spoke with Steve Oram all about Liam Gavin’s captivating directorial debut A Dark Song. Penned by Gavin, the film relates the tale of Sophie (Catherine Walker), a determined young woman who reaches out for the help of a damaged occultist (Steve Oram) but the two soon find their lives (and souls) put …Read More

Posted on: April 4th, 2017

Following the success of ‘Secretary’ and ‘Fur: An Imaginary Portrait of Diane Arbus,’ writer/director Steven Shainberg makes his long-awaited return (all of a decade to be exact) with the sci-fi abduction chiller Rupture. Heading up a top notch ensemble cast is Noomi Rapace who plays a single mother finding herself forced to take all measures …Read More

Posted on: April 2nd, 2017

In this film, the truism about being careful what you wish for gets a frightening supernatural spin… In 2010, writer/directors Andy Mitton and Jesse Holland seriously spooked festival audiences with their debut feature YELLOWBRICKROAD, a suggestive, sometimes surreal chiller that saw commercial distribution the following year. Telling of an expedition into the wilderness to solve …Read More

Posted on: March 31st, 2017

Films don’t get much more ambiguous than Liam Gavin’s directorial debut A Dark Song, and it’s precisely this ambiguity that keeps what is essentially a slow-burner, driving along at an unrelenting pace. Despite being set almost entirely in one location and with just the two leads sharing most of the screen time, I haven’t been …Read More

Posted on: March 31st, 2017

Many of you are likely more than aware of actor-turned-director Osgood Perkins (son of Anthony), following the recent success of his Netflix Originals flick I Am the Pretty Thing That Lives in the House. But, despite all the buzz his previous film, The Blackcoat’s Daughter garnered on the festival circuit, only now is his directorial …Read More

Posted on: March 30th, 2017

When it comes to Sean Brosnan’s Southern Gothic revenge tale My Father Die, first time directorial debuts don’t come much stronger than this. Rooted in “The Playboy of the Western World,” a play that has resonated with Brosnan since childhood, My Father Die serves up a primal, southern noir tale of family vengeance wrapped in …Read More

Posted on: March 30th, 2017

Following a successful tour on the international festival circuit, visiting the likes of Sitges Film Festival and Shriekfest, Sevé Schelenz’ sophomore feature, the gooey, gory midnight flick, Peelers, is all set to wreak havoc on VOD this month. Penned by Lisa DeVita and starring Wren Walker, Caz Odin Darko and Madison J. Loos, Peelers follows …Read More

Posted on: March 22nd, 2017

From the maniacs that brought you such toe curling comic horror as 30 Days of Night, Silent Hill, and a bunch of X-Files comics, comes the latest addition to the IDW horror lineup, Shed! A ghoulish tale of post-apocalyptic terror, the comic highlights the possibility of a new evolution of humans that shed their skin …Read More

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