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Children of the Corn, 1984

From Wikipedia: Children of the Corn (advertised as Stephen King’s Children of the Corn) is a 1984 American supernatural folk horror film based upon Stephen King’s 1977 short story of the same name. Directed by Fritz Kiersch, the film’s cast consists of Peter Horton, Linda Hamilton, John Franklin, Courtney Gains, Robby Kiger, Anne Marie McEvoy, Julie Maddalena, and R. G.

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Past Interviews…the writer of the short film “The Remnant”

Check out my interview with the writer of short film, “The Remnant” at 2019’s Blood in the Snow Film Festival: (Dir. Navin Ramaswaran) (16:45 mins) A team of con artists posing as paranormal investigators steal from the home of an affluent elderly woman, only to find themselves unleashing a dormant malevolent spirit. MY TAKE: Creepy cool meets the art world,

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Chopping Mall, 1986

In this fun, Roger and Julie Corman produced 80s B-movie, a group of young shopping mall employees have an after-hours party in one of the stores. After the mall goes on lock-down and before they can get out, the robot security system boots up, malfunctions (due to lightning strike), and goes on a killing spree, just as any put-out, put-upon

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Past Interviews…the creators of the webseries “To No Man’s Land”

Check out my interview with the creators behind the web series “To No Mans Land” from the 2019 Blood in the Snow Film Festival Web Bites Program: (Dir. Khizer Khani) (12:00 mins) concept pilot When a catastrophic attack puts a peaceful galactic nation on the brink of war, a lowly Scout is sent to an isolated planet to obtain the

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Night of the Creeps, 1986

An alien experiment crash lands on earth in the year 1959 and infects a member of a fraternity. Scientists freeze the body, but in “modern day”, which would be 1986, in this case, two geeks pledging to be in the same fraternity thaw the corpse. The parasitic slugs within proceed to infect the campus, transforming their hosts into zombies…mwa ha

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The Stuff, 1985

The Stuff, directed by Larry Cohen and starring Michael Moriarty, Garrett Morris, Andrea Marcovicci, and Paul Sorvino is a satirical horror/sci-fi film about a super weird but delicious goo that oozes from the earth and is subsequently marketed as the scrumptious mystery dessert, natch. But the newest dessert sensation also causes zombie-like snackers who only want to consume more and

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Past Interviews…the filmmakers behind the short film “Giltrude’s Dwelling”

Check out my interview with the creators behind the web short “Giltrude’s Dwelling” from the 2019 Blood in the Snow Film Festival Web Bites Program: (Dir. Jeremy Lutter) (14:30 mins) Orphaned at the age of eleven, Giltrude, an interdimensional shut-in, has waited fifteen years for her parents to come home. When a life or death dilemma comes knocking, Giltrude must

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Past Interviews…The filmmakers behind “Hunters Moon”

Check out my interview with some of the folks behind the film Hunter’s Moon” at the 2019 Blood in the Snow Film Festival:  (Dir. Matt Campagna) CANADIAN PREMIERE (88 mins) A lavish launch party for a gaming app is interrupted by a priest who condemns the party guests as “marked for the beast,” they are convinced it’s a publicity stunt

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Basket Case, 1982

Basket Case is a B-movie cult classic written and directed by Frank Henenlotter. It’s about  a young man who carries around his deformed Siamese-twin brother inside a basket. The deformed twin brother seeks vengeance upon the doctors who separated the brothers years ago. Oh, and the film is now part of the permanent collection at the Museum of Modern Art!

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Available on TTP’s YouTube Channel … interviews with Canadian filmmakers

Over the past couple of years, we’ve racked up a fair few interviews with Canadian genre filmmakers through the Blood in the Snow Film Festival. We have also interviewed a number of actors, writers, publishers, broadcasters/programmers, festival directors, directors, and more through the now annual 13 Horrifically Silly Days of Halloween. Today, I’d like to remind you about one of

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