Review: FEAR, INC.


Opening night of the recent Popcorn Frights Film Festival in Miami kicked off with a film that other than seeing it on the program and reading the short synopsis, I had heard little about. As usual I opted to not read up on it and go in knowing as little as possible. That film was the horror-comedy Fear, Inc. and as it turned out, it ended up being a great way to start the fest and the crowd seemed to think so too.

Review: DON'T BREATHE


I really enjoyed Evil Dead 2013. I know some Evil Dead loyalists didn't care for it's grim and more serious take on the material, but I found it to be an effective and harrowing film, that delivered an intense and still fun theater experience. Director Fede Alvarez crafted a beautiful looking film, full of creative camera work, and arresting visuals. Not to mention the violence and gore was next level cringe inducing. Based on Evil Dead I was definitely anticipating what Alvarez would do next, and that brings us to Don't Breathe. 

A Reaction To The New RINGS Trailer


We want to welcome a new contributor to our site today, her name is Amber and she is a horror fan through and through. We met Amber at a preview of The Neon Demon and have gotten to know her better at each subsequent screening. She is truly passionate about horror and we are happy to have her aboard. Amber was a big fan of the original The Ring film and upon watching the new trailer felt compelled to express her thoughts. So here they are:

For The Love of Horror: A Recap of the 2016 Popcorn Frights Film Festival


This past Thursday marked the end of the 2016 Popcorn Frights Film Festival. This year's incarnation of the festival expanded from four films over four nights to a full week long slate of 17 films plus a short prior to each screening. It was a big undertaking but Popcorn Frights Co-Founders Marc and Igor were up to the task. 

The Importance of Film Screenings and The Theater Going Experience


One thing I often find myself debating a great deal these days, whether it be online or in the real world is the value and merit of the theater going experience. In a time when streaming has become a legitimate and convenient method of movie watching, less people seem to feel the need to go to out to the theater to watch movies. Still I am of the mindset that they are missing out on something by staying home.

The Posters Of The Popcorn Frights Film Festival


This Friday The 2016 Popcorn Frights Film Festival invades the O Cinema in the Wynwood section of Miami. This year's festival is the biggest yet and spans 7 nights filled with 17 new films and 16 shorts. Festival Co-Founders/Co-Directors and life long horror fans Igor Shteyrenberg and Marc Ferman have carefully selected a diverse selection of horror flicks that will provide something for everyone. Festival badges and individual tickets are limited and now available at the Popcorn Frights website.

Hot Mess with Victoria and Cristal


It has been my experience that no matter how much prep you put in before a photo shoot, more often than not, there will be some point where you need to improvise. If you are lucky it will be something rather simple to switch up, such as a lighting set up. Other times though it can unfortunately alter all your plans when something is simply not working as you envisioned and you hope you can salvage the shoot and everyone's time and patience.