Monthly Archives: January 2014

Kill Theory (2011) – Which Friend Would You Kill First?

Kill Theory (2009)

Take your basic slasher movie formula of characters: the rebellious bad boy douche bag, his voluptuous girlfriend, the all-American boy and his voluptuous/horny girlfriend, the wild dumbass and his forgettable girlfriend, the fat guy without a date, and the “hey, I didn’t know you were going to be here” tough …

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Scream Park – Scooby Doo Meets The Strangers

Scream Park

I would have gotten away with it, too, if it weren’t for you meddling kids! These famous words were repeated over and over by villains in Scooby Doo, Where are You?  at the end of almost every episode.  After dressing up as some supernatural being and terrorizing the masses, Scooby and Mystery, …

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Warm Bodies – Forget Romeo; Bub And Juliet

Warm Bodies

If you’ve ever read any history on George Romero’s classic Night of the Living Dead, you’ll find that it is a direct rip off of Richard Matheson’s I am Legend.  While Matheson’s book followed vampires, Romero decided he couldn’t be that blatant and based his story on “the dead stop being dead”. …

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Jessica Cameron’s Truth Or Dare Wins at Shockfest Film Fest

Actress Devanny Pinn, Director / Producer / Co-Writer / Actress Jessica Cameron, & Actor Ryan Kiser

Last week, Team Truth or Dare contacted Scaretissue.com about its pajama clad showing at the Shockfest Film Festival on January 10.  Shockfest was hosted by Linda Blair (The Exorcist), and Truth or Dare was up for nine awards.  By the end of the night, Jessica Cameron held the best director and best actress awards, while …

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An Exclusive Look At Catch Of The Day – A Well Done Thriller

Fuzz on the Lens has quickly become my favorite small production company.  Scaretissue first reviewed their short film Halloween: Awakening back in December, and Steven Della Salla was kind enough to write this piece about how that film led to their opportunity to work with Tyler Mane on his next project. Fuzz on the Lens followed …

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