Tag Archives: David McMahon

Coming Soon: ‘The Wild Man’

Coming soon to Digital, Terror Films Channel, and Koh Channel, is a new horror film from director Ryan Justice (Followers): The Wild Man. The film stars Lauren Crandall (Share or Die), Julian Green (Lovecraft Country – TV Series), Mike Reed, and David E. McMahon (Teacher Shortage). It will be available …

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Erica Summers’ ‘Obsidian’ (2020) Movie Review: A Tale of Horrific Healing

Skin care products, blemish creams, cosmetics, and plastic surgery: endless lines of beauty products and procedures comprise a lucrative industry marketed towards individuals chasing youthful perfection. However, for trauma survivors, physical scarring runs much deeper than simple vanity. In the case of Jack LeBlanc (Henry Frost: Deepwater Horizon 2016), a burn …

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Filmmaker P.J. Starks Talks New Christmas Horror Anthology ’13 Slays Till X-Mas’

13 slays till xmas

We’re super stoked to announce a new Christmas horror anthology from Blood Moon Pictures, 13 Slays Till X-Mas. Learn all about this exciting anthology (with an insanely talented cast and crew!!!) down below including an exclusive interview with filmmaker P.J. Starks who goes into great detail about the project! Synopsis for …

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Interview with Cinematographer Derek Huey

Derek Huey

Cinematographers often don’t get the love they deserve, but I recognize that many films wouldn’t be the same if it weren’t for that talented person behind the camera. Derek Huey is one of the most talented cinematographers in the indie horror business and with each film his work always improves. …

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Crimson Hands FX’s ‘Dorset’ (2018) – Short Film Review

After reviewing Karl Huber’s 2015 short, Zero Hour, we knew there was something special about the filmmaker. So when I stumbled upon his newest short, Dorset, I just had to check it out. Although Dorset is indeed a featurette with a cool, creepy story, the four minute short is actually …

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The Jerry Show (2017) – Even Jerry Springer Would Be Horrified – Movie Review

Poor Jerry… He just wants to be an average guy doing average things. Instead, he’s saddled with a problem even bigger than even the most extraordinary guy has to contend with. Jerry has a little voice that follows him wherever he goes, speaking to him and convincing him to do …

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Tim Driscoll’s ‘The Itch’ (2017) – Short Film Review

Sitting outside on a summer day can be one of the nicest, most relaxing ways to spend and afternoon. The sun shines on your face, the breeze cools your brow, and the birdsong lulls you to complacency. But what about the bugs? In Timothy Ryan Driscoll’s short, The Itch, one man …

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