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    “THE BORDERLANDS” (FrightFest Movie Review)

    Somewhere in the southwest of England there are reports of supernatural phenomena at a rural church. Father Crellick (Luke Neal), concerned for his sparse parishioners, has video evidence of objects moving independently on his altar during a christening; moved by a presence that seems to corrupt the very recording. A team is sent in.

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    “RIDDICK” (Movie Review)

    If you recall, we first met Richard Riddick, an extreme survivalist Furyan with hyper sensitive eyes that aid him to see in the dark at long distances, in the modern cult favorite PITCH BLACK. PITCH BLACK became an underground hit with its mix of action and gory kills but its sequel, 2004’s THE CHRONICLES OF RIDDICK  moved on to a much bigger canvas with more sci-fi elements and a decidedly less hardcore PG-13 rating. That film left Furyan fans wondering if a third film would bring back what made PITCH BLACK work so well.

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    Black Eyes: Marina de Van’s “DARK TOUCH” Gets First Poster

    Marina de Van, the filmmaker behind the intensely graphic IN MY SKIN and stylish thriller DON’T LOOK BACK has turned her eye to a child’s tale of horror. DARK TOUCH is a thrilling, Ireland-set film about a girl followed by destruction and may be the cause of it. The first poster certainly tips a hat to that with the innocent face of young Missy Keating, given the blackest eyes.

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    Author Pete Tombs remembers José Ramón Larraz, 1929-2013

    As anyone will know who has heard his audio commentary for the DVD release of VAMPYRES, José Ramón Larraz was a brilliant and hilarious raconteur, possessed of a bubbling vitality and a lascivious wit. It’s one of the many mysteries of the man that his most personal films are almost entirely the opposite. They are moody, slow burning, atmospheric and more than a little tinged with tragedy and the taste of nightmares.

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