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Face-Off: Witchboard vs. Night of the Demons

I feel that one of my favorite genre filmmakers doesn't get enough appreciation, despite the fact that he was at the helm of two classic films - his 1986 feature debut WITCHBOARD and his 1988 sophomore effort NIGHT OF THE DEMONS . That filmmaker is Kevin Tenney, and with OUIJA: ORIGIN OF EVIL, the prequel to 2014's OUIJA, coming out this weekend, I felt it was time to take a look back at the...
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10.19.2016
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Kevin Tenney is prepping horror anthology Don't Let Them In

He may not get quite as much attention as some other directors who have been termed "masters of horror", but if I had a hand in choosing the directors for the TV series Masters of Horror, Kevin Tenney would have been among the first filmmakers I approached. With WITCHBOARD (pictured above) and NIGHT OF THE DEMONS he made two of the coolest horror movies of the late...
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05.26.2016
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Night of the Demons- Horror Movie Review- (Day 20 of 31)- October Massacre

PLOT: A group of teens decide to have a Halloween party in an abandoned funeral parlor. After a seance, things go terribly wrong when one of the girls gets possessed by a demon. The girls always go first, man. REVIEW: Kevin Tenney's NIGHT OF THE DEMONS is the kind of movie that's easy to love despite the fact that it's actually kind of bad. Although this...
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10.20.2014
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Original Vs. Remake: Night of the Demons

The vast majority agreed (obviously) with the first time, full sweep victory at center stage of our last Original Vs. Remake involving everyone's favorite prom queen, CARRIE. I had an inkling that you'd all side with the Brian De Palma original as opposed to the shoddily handled remake with ChloŽ Grace Moretz. And now with that argument dead and buried, we can move on. Today marks our...
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10.08.2014
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The Test of Time: Witchboard (1986)

We all have movies we love. Movies we respect without question because of either tradition, childhood love, or because they’ve always been classics. However, as time keeps ticking, do those classics still hold up? So…the point of this here column is whether of not a film stands the test of time. I’m not gonna question whether it’s still a good flick, but if the...
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06.05.2014
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Slice and Dice: The Slasher Film Forever cutting its way to DVD in May

The celebration of a cornerstone of the horror genre, the award-winning documentary SLICE & DICE - THE SLASHER FILM FOREVER will be hitting UK shelves on DVD on May 13, and we have the deets for you below. The winner of the best documentary award at the annual South African Horror Film Festival, which was also given a competitive late night slot for its première at the...
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03.22.2013
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