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[Review] The Loop (Buried Alive Film Festival 2019): Throwback is Done Right in Eighties-set Slasher Short

Horror shorts and feature films that hearken back to the 1980s heyday of theater releases and straight-to-video in the fright fare genre have been plentiful for the past few years, with the quality ranging from incredible to practically unwatchable, and the nods ranging from homage to pastiche to unoriginal aping. Writer/director Rich Ragsdale’s new short […]

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[Review] Terror Road (Buried Alive Film Festival 2019): Never Trust a Lone Kid on a Deserted Road

Writer/director Brian Shephard delivers good old-fashioned creepiness in his debut short film, Terror Road. Recalling 1980s horror movies and such television favorites as Monsters and Are You Afraid of the Dark?, the short is both a fun throwback film for adults and a fine “introduction to horror” work for younger audiences. This two-hander sees wife […]

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Buried Alive Film Festival’s 2019 Edition Features Five Terrific Juried Features

The schedule is all set and tickets are now on sale for Buried Alive Film Festival 2019! The fest runs November 13-17 at 7 Stages Theatre in Atlanta, Georgia, and the lineup looks to be stellar. I have been fortunate enough to see three of the five features submitted to the jury for Buried Alive, and can give high recommendations for […]