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Chris is a B.A.H. graduate with a concentration in pre-19th century literature from Memorial University of Newfoundland. His short stories have been published in The Cuffer Anthology Volumes VI & VII, as well as upcoming stories in new anthologies from Centum Press (One Hundred Voices & One Hundred Voices Pt. II) and Science Fiction Reader. A short screenplay of his titled "New Woman" is currently being produced, to be shot in 2017; it is a female-led dramatic horror, a period piece set in 1888.

CAMERA OBSCURA: A Snapshot Of War's Lingering Horror

Camera Obscura is a terrifying glimpse at PTSD, seen through the eyes of a war photographer who comes home and starts to see grisly

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Nadja Bobyleva Discusses Her First Foray Into Horror With CAMERA OBSCURA

In this interview with Camera Obscura actress Nadja Bobyleva, we discuss what's different about playing in a horror film over other genres.

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WAKEFIELD: A Man Plays Voyeur To His Own Failures

Wakefield is an introspective and interesting examination into a man who willingly decides to isolate himself from his family and the world.

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THE BLACK ROOM: Horrifying For All The Wrong Reasons

With poor direction, effects and performances across the board, The Black Room is unbearably difficult to sit and watch.

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DIG TWO GRAVES: A Visually Stunning Southern Gothic Nightmare

Dig Two Graves is a visually stunning low budget Gothic thriller, which is effectively surreal and compelling.

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MEAN DREAMS Exemplifies The Power of Good Storytelling & Bill Paxton

For a story we’ve seen over and over, Mean Dreams, Bill Paxton's last film, is compelling, refusing to take the usual narrative routes.

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THE DAUGHTER: When Truths Hurt Worse Than Lies

The Daughter is a film about a family in Australia who suddenly uncover a buried secret; it is an effectively wrought, tension-filled drama.

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A Debut Full Of Aesthetic & Character: Interview With FRANK & LOLA Director-Writer Matthew Ross

We caught up with writer/director Matthew Ross, about his terrific debut film Frank & Lola, starring Michael Shannon and Imogen Poots.

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SUGAR MOUNTAIN: Finding The Heart Of Deceit

Sugar Mountain is a dark thriller about life in small-town America; with fine character acting and tension building, it's a unique hit.

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FRANK & LOLA: Soul Affirming Neon Noir

Frank & Lola is an original look at a romantic relationship affected by past sexual abuse, and is presented in a mezmorizing noir tone.

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