Tag Archives: Jeremiah Kipp

Interview With Jeremiah Kipp, August Maturo, And Mike Manning For ‘Slapface’

Everyone deals with their problems—whether it’s trauma, bullying, depression, grief— differently. I lock it up all inside and keep it from most people. Probably not the healthiest, but it’s just the way I do it. In Jeremiah Kipp’s feature length version of his short film, Slapface, brothers Lucas and Tom …

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SLAPFACE (2022): A Dark, Brooding, Emotional Monster Tale – Movie Review


Since its inception in 2015, Shudder has assembled an incredible library of original and exclusive horror content. Their latest such acquisition is SLAPFACE (2022), a dark, brooding tale of grief, loss, and dysfunction that will debut on AMC Networks’ horror streaming service soon. The folks at Shudder were kind enough …

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Shudder Acquires Two New Films Ahead Of Their FrightFest Premieres

The Advent Calendar

Shudder has been on a roll lately. They’ve been acquiring original films left and right to put on their service. Now they send word they’ve acquired the horror films Slapface and The Advent Calendar ahead of their FrightFest premieres (FrightFest is happening in London now, from August 26 – 30). …

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Nightmares Film Festival 2020 – Short Films Block ‘Recurring Nightmares – B’ Review

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I had the great thrill of reviewing several short films from the Nightmares Film Festival 2020. There were several stories in the Recurring Nightmares – B film block that were absolutely incredible. By Sunrise Directed by Mason C. MacDonald and starring Emily Tynan McDaniel (The Ebbing), Andie Morgenlander (Luke and …

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