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BHFF 2017 Review: ‘Ink’ When Fears Become A Reality

INK

The horror shorts premiering at the Brooklyn Horror Film Festival have been nothing short of amazing. The same can be said for the Ink, a story unlike anything I’ve seen before, which premiered on October 14th at the BHFF. Ink is a disturbingly heartbreaking horror short directed and written by Ashlea Wessel starring Mishka Balilty. Ink Official Synopsis A traumatized woman …

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BHFF 2017 Review: ‘Amy’ Delivers A Hauntingly Disturbing Horror Short

Amy

I recently had the pleasure of watching the horror short, Amy, for the 2017 Brooklyn Horror Film Festival. I watched it on a whim, knowing nothing about it, and it definitely left me surprised. But was it a good surprise? Old Lime Productions presents Amy, a disturbing horror short directed by L. Gustavo Cooper. The cast stars Danielle Kennedy as Amy, Rebekah Kennedy as …

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Celebrating 25 Years of Clive Barker’s ‘Candyman!’

“What’s blood for if not for shedding?” Today marks the 25th year anniversary of Clive Barker’s Candyman (1992). This is one horror movie you’ll never forget! A true horror gem. Candyman is based on the short story “The Forbidden“ by Clive Barker. An urban legend, similar to that of Bloody Mary, with a sadistic twist. If you’re a fan of horror, this movie …

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Brooklyn Horror Film Festival Presents: ‘I Remember You’ (2017)

At this year’s Brooklyn Horror Film Festival, I was given the opportunity to watch a dark, doleful Icelandic tale called I Remember You (AKA Ég man þig). Directed by Oskar Thór Axelsson, I Remember You is a story of love, loss and pitch black horror. It took nearly the entire movie to figure out why the couple, Katrín and Garðar, that bought the dilapidated house were …

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