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Shudder Review: Martin Wilson’s Thriller Adventure ‘Great White’ (2021)

(L-R) Kimie Tsukakoshi as Michelle, Katrina Bowden as Kaz Aaron Jakubenko as Charlie, Tim Kano as Joji and Te Kohe Tuhaka as Benny in the action-adventure/thriller, GREAT WHITE, an RLJE Films and Shudder release. Photo courtesy of RLJE Films and Shudder.

I typically love nature versus humans type of films, so I was eager to check out RLJE Films and Shudder’s new horror feature, Great White. I don’t think any shark film compares to Jaws, but there are quite a few out there that are worth a watch. Written by Michael …

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Interview with Greg O’Bryant: Making Netflix’s Macabre Horror ‘Brand New Cherry Flavor’

Brand New Cherry Flavor - Credit: Netflix

Netflix’s Brand New Cherry Flavor is one of the hottest and most talked-about series right now. This comes as no surprise as this series delivers amazing performances, a creative storyline, and delicious drama. I recently had a chat with the producer and editor for the series, Gregor O’Bryant, and had …

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Exclusive Interview: An In-Depth Conversation with the Team Behind ‘Stalker’ (2021)

I recently had the opportunity to interview the masterminds behind the new horror thriller, Stalker (read our review – HERE). Tyler Savage, Dash Hawkins, and J.P. Castel work together brilliantly and it was very interesting to learn about their history, their thought process on filmmaking, the inspiration behind Stalker, their …

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Interview with Caleb Michael Johnson, Director of LGBTQ Horror Comedy ‘The Carnivores’

Caleb Michael Johnson's The Carnivores

I recently had a chance to chat with Caleb Michael Johnson, the director behind the new LGBTQ horror comedy, The Carnivores. This film was fantastic and I couldn’t wait to pick his brain about it. Learn about how he got involved with filmmaking, the inspiration behind this film, the casting …

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Women in Horror 2020 Spotlight: Comika Hartford

Comika Hartford

One of the most influential and inspiring ladies in the horror business is Comika Hartford. She’s incredibly talented with a great sense of humor and has a love for all things horror and spooky. She is a huge supporter of other women and filmmakers and speaks out about representation and …

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WiHM 2020: Interview with Filmmaker and Actress, Toby Poser

Toby Poser

One of my favorite films from last year was The Deeper You Dig (read our review – HERE). It was horrifying and beautiful and left a lasting impression. Toby Poser co-directed and co-wrote the film with her husband also starred in it. Everything about this film is raw, honest, and …

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Exclusive Interview: Director Chris Canfield and Producer Eric Corneliuson Talk ‘Black Wood’


Over the last year, thanks to my husband, I’ve grown more fond of Western films, especially ones that incorporate horror elements into the story. That’s why I’m pretty excited about the upcoming Western Thriller, Black Wood. The film is directed and written by Chris Canfield and produced by Eric Corneliuson …

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PopHorror Interviews Brian Hanson and Richard Handley from ‘The Black String’

The Black String

I was lucky enough to recently watch The Black String (read our review – here) for a festival and loved it. It was everything a horror-thriller should be. So, when I got the opportunity to interview the creators behind this crazy film, Brian Hanson and Richard Handley, I couldn’t wait …

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Horror Pride Month Interview: Director Michelle Nessk

Michelle Nessk

I’ve mentioned before that Michelle Nessk is one of my favorite horror ghouls on this planet and yes… that still remains true. Although we’ve done interviews before this is a special one since it’s for Horror Pride Month. Michelle Nessk is very vocal in the horror community about representation and …

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‘The Obliteration of the Chickens’ (2019) Short Review

The Obliteration of the Chickens

One of the things I love most about filmmaker Izzy Lee is that although I can always recognize her style, everything she does is unique and different from her previous project. This couldn’t be truer with her newest short, The Obliteration of the Chickens. This intriguing perspective of life as …

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