Category Archives: review

‘They Will Outlive Us All’: A Mangled Matters Review.

2013 Directed By: Patrick Shearer Written By: Jessi Gotta 73 minutes   If you are any part of the independent horror scene, you most definitely must know the name Jessi Gotta.  First, it was the awesomely hairy splatter-fest THE BIG BAD … Continue reading

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Lock up your daughters: A review of Erica Summers’ ‘Loverboy’.

Written and Directed by Erica Summers (2012) Erica Summers gets it. For any film to work, the story must be plausible and, more than anything else, the characters must be people we can relate to.  This is especially true within … Continue reading

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Lori Bowen’s ‘Stella Buio’ Pays Homage To The Good Ol’ Days…

  STELLA BUIO Written and Directed by Lori Bowen (2012) Described as a loving homage to the Italian zombie films of the 70’s and 80’s, Lori Bowen’s latest short film hits its mark perfectly. STELLA BUIO tells the tale of … Continue reading

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Bloody Regards From Montreal: A WiH with Maude Michaud.

“It’s time the horror genre reinvents itself…”     She’s a proud feminist, an widely acclaimed director and writer, a fantastic photographer and she just so happens to be one of the biggest horror activists I’ve ever had the pleasure … Continue reading

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Maude Michaud’s ‘RED’: A Mangled Matters Review.

Directed by Maude Michaud (2011) Maude Michaud is celebrated as one of the brightest filmmakers on the independent scene, and for very good reason.  One such reason is her short film RED. Cameron Hartl plays Dan, a deeply disturbed fellow who … Continue reading

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