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Films

REVIEW: Deathgasm

– By Josh Millican

DEATHGASM (all upper case “because lower case is for pussies”) is one of those near-perfect horror comedies that comes along roughly once a decade – if we’re lucky. I’m talking Shaun of the Dead caliber—believe it!… Continue reading

REVIEW: Run, Hide, Die

Review by- Patrick Ricketts.

A year after Addison Davenport’s husband was found murdered in their home, the emotional wounds are still raw and gaping. On this devastating anniversary, Addison’s in-laws generously offer her their summer cabin as a healing retreat.… Continue reading

REVIEW: Dark was the Night

Review by- Patrick Ricketts.

Maiden Woods is a remote and quiet town of decent hard-working people, but something stirs in the dark woods surrounding this isolated community. After a logging company decimates an area of the forest, a rash of… Continue reading

REVIEW: Lost After Dark

Review by- Patrick Ricketts.

Spring Ball, 1984. Adrienne (Kendra Timmins, Midnight Sun, Wingin’ It), a straight-A student, joins her quarterback crush Sean (Justin Kelly, Maps To The Stars, Big Muddy) and some friends in sneaking out of their high school… Continue reading

REVIEW: Felt

Review by- Patrick Ricketts.

Amy (Amy Everson, A Reunion; winner, Best Actress, Fantastic Fest – Felt) is attempting to cope with past sexual trauma as well as the frustrations of living in a male-dominated society. Psychologically scarred, she attempts to… Continue reading

REVIEW: Jacob’s Paradox

Review by- Patrick Ricketts.

In one tragic night, Quantum Physics Professor Jacob Matthews loses his wife…his everything. What he does to get her back will bring him to the edge of madness.

“Jacob’s Paradox” tells the story of Jacob, a… Continue reading

REVIEW: The Smiling Man

Review by- Patrick Ricketts.

A little girl home alone finds herself face-to-face with pure evil.

“The Smiling Man” is a tough film to talk about because spoiling the film here is not an option. The story is about a little… Continue reading

REVIEW: The Stomach

– By @TheBlueTook

Coerced by his scheming brother and locked away in a grimy upstairs flat, sickly Frank is the talented, money-making half of a peculiar business endeavour in which paying punters communicate with deceased acquaintances via his distended stomach.… Continue reading

Slaughtered Bird Films’ horror short film, BURN, nabs festival awards!
We don’t like to blow our own trumpets here at The Slaughtered Bird but, y’know, FUCK IT – we’re damn proud of our debut film production, BURN, created in collaboration with Dragon Egg Media! Since post-production finished last year, our 15-minute short has received numerous excellent reviews, been busy finding its feet on the festival circuit and gratefully receiving many Official Selection laurels from around the world, and now it’s picked up its first award… or three! Read on...
INTERVIEW: David Naughton
untitled It’s not every day you get to speak to the lead actor in possibly your favourite horror film of all time. Especially on a Tuesday. Tuesdays are usually rubbish! David Naughton should need no introduction to horror fans. Back in 1981, An American Werewolf In London had unprepared cinema goers laughing heartily one second and jumping out of their seats in terror the next. Its tale of two young American tourists coming face-to-teeth with a legendary lycanthropic beast perfectly married a genuinely funny script with razor sharp editing, groundbreaking special effects and a flawless cast to create a monster movie that is still many people’s benchmark today Read on...
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