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Home Is Where The Hurt Is: Michaud’s DYS- is near!

Maude Michaud is a shining example of independent horror done right.  Aesthetically pleasing short films that hit on all levels- flawless execution, fantastic scripts, white knuckle suspense and just the right amount of the red stuff.  Ms. Michaud has made quite … Continue reading

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Do-It-Yourself Horror!: An interview with Nadine L’Esperance.

“I made a French film without knowing French.  I take opportunities and use what I have.” Hailing from Vancouver, British Columbia, Nadine L’Esperance and her film company Blue Girl Films is everything that is right with independent horror film making … 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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