Tag Archives: Sean Patrick Flanery

Interview With Sean Patrick Flanery, Star Of ‘Nefarious’

Sean Patrick Flanery was one of the first celebrities I met at my very first horror convention. I’ve been following his career for years, and while 1999’s Boondock Saints and 1995’s Powder were some of his most fantastic and well-known roles, I have to say that my favorites of his …

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Coming Soon to Theaters: ‘NEFARIOUS’ (2023)

Nefarious (2023)

Coming soon to theaters from directors Chuck Konzelman and Cary Solomon is a new horror/thriller: Nefarious. The film stars Sean Patrick Flanery (The Boondock Saints), Jordan Belfi (The Resident – TV Series), and James Healy Jr (The Staircase – TV Series). NEFARIOUS (2023) Synopsis On the day of his scheduled …

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Cult Horror ‘FRANK & PENELOPE’ (2022) Coming To Theaters June 3rd

Frank & Penelope

Lovers on the run encounter a deranged cult leader and his family in FRANK & PENELOPE, the new cult horror from Director Sean Patrick Flanery. The film debuts soon in a select city near you. Check out the trailer and poster, and read on for the details! FRANK & PENELOPE …

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Dread Central Presents ‘Lasso’ (2018) – Movie Review

Dread Central Presents has been on fire with their recent releases, from Terrifier to Extremity to To Hell and Back: The Kane Hodder Story. And now, there’s Lasso. Normally, rodeos aren’t my thing, nor are westerns or even horror westerns, but as for this movie, I dug it. Lasso has everything you’d think …

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Kepler’s Dream (2017) – Beyond Fantasy Review

Here at PopHorror, we do more then just review horror films. We also are honored and privileged to review other kinds of movies, such as Kepler’s Dream, the latest film by director Amy Glazer. Kepler’s Dream is a film adaptation of a book by the same name written by Juliet Bell. …

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‘The Damned Thing’ – A Masters of Horror Episode Retro Review

“It has been waiting.” The Damned Thing is Tobe Hooper’s second contribution to the Masters of Horror collection, his first being Dance of the Dead. Although The Damned Thing was technically based on the short story by Ambrose Bierce (read our review of the short story here), the finished product holds …

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