Tag Archives: Rachel Amanda Bryant

J. Horton’s ‘A HARD PLACE’ Indiegogo Launches, Greg Tally Joins Cast

A Hard Place

Greg Tally (Night of the Tommyknockers) has joined the cast of J. Horton’s (Craving) new horror film A Hard Place. The film also stars Rachel Amanda Bryant (Vexed), Jennifer Michelle Stone II (Kodie), and Malachy Fergus Godfrey (Killer Kong). Production is slated for the end of 2023. A Hard Place …

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Interview With ‘Craving’ Star Rachel Amanda Bryant

Rachel Amanda Bryant is an up and coming phenom in the indie horror industry. She’s been all over the place in the past few years, and we’ve even reviewed her roles in The After Party (2020 – our reviews here and here), 2018’s Scratch (our review), The Campus (2018 – …

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J. Horton’s ‘Craving’ (2023) Practical FX Creature Feature To Star Bill Oberst, Jr. And Felissa Rose

If you’ve spent any time at all here on PopHorror, you’ll know how much we love indie horror icons Bill Oberst, Jr. (Circus of the Dead 2014 – our review, Dis 2018 – our review) and Felissa Rose (Sleepaway Camp 1983 – our retro review, Ugly Sweater Party 2018 – …

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Colin Costello’s ‘The After Party’ (2020) Short Movie Review: A Social Media Queen’s Ghostly Soiree

With the rise of social media, we have never been so connected. Posting our lives away, we favor virtual worlds and altered perceptions over the reality that surrounds us. Pandora’s Box is now open, and anyone can become famous with enough followers. As Jill in Scream 4 put it, “We …

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Trailer and Poster for Upcoming Horror Comedy ‘Wrightwood’


Wrightwood is an upcoming horror-comedy short that we’re dying to check out. It has an awesome killer cast and crew and we’re loving this trailer. Check out all the information down below! This film was directed by Skyler Caleb and Daniel Weiss. The cast includes Skyler Caleb, Rachel Amanda Bryant, …

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Scratch (2018): An Infectious Creature Feature Movie Review

There is something about creature features that offers up a whole new level of creativity in horror. Not only does this subgenre serve as filmmaker’s own most terrible monster, but it also opens an imaginative world of options. From origin stories to motives (or lack thereof) to serious drama to …

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WIHFF 2018 Short Review: ‘The After Party’ is Hauntingly Captivating

When I attended the 2018 Women in Horror Film Festival back in October, I was truly taken back by all the amazing shorts and features that were shown, created by a plethora of talented filmmakers and artists, all together for one magical event. One of my favorite selections from the …

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‘Jet Set L.A.’: A Delicious and Hospitable Horror Treat

There is something unique and ironically fitting about cannibals who operate a modern bed and breakfast. With vacationers simply passing through, food practically self-delivers itself to these flesh-eating hosts. This is the premise of Colin Edward Lawrence’s latest award-winning directorial horror short. Jet Set L.A. makes its online premiere right here …

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Rachel Amanda Bryant: A New, Inspirational Face in Indie Horror

Known in the horror genre as Women in Horror Month, February has become that much more important with the #MeToo movement sweeping across Hollywood. The beautiful, kind and talented writer/producer Rachel Amanda Bryant recently broke into the indie horror scene starring in Jason Horton’s latest Gas Money Pictures film, The …

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