Most of us, at one point in our lives, just want to escape from reality; runaway to start a new beginning. But what if that beginning is full of problems that are worse than the ones you're leaving behind? Possibly even deadly? In Haylar Garcia's new horror film GNAW, which is premiering at the 2017 FilmQuest Film Festival, a woman goes through hell and back while trying to start a new life. The film stars Penelope Mitchell along with Chris Johnson, Sally Kirkland, and Kyle Gass.
Hello my fellow horror hounds. I'm back again with a review for a rather interesting horror comedy titled VIDAR THE VAMPIRE aka VAMPYRVIDAR written and directed by Thomas Aske Berg and Fredrik Waldeland. To give you a better idea of the plot, here is a brief summary from IMDB:
"A Christian farmer searching for a higher purpose to life falls into sin and wakes up as the Prince of Darkness in the city of Stavanger, Norway."
If you know anything about fairy tales, then you know fairy is in truth a slight against the fae, mocking their ugly appearance, and that fairies weren't kind to humans, using them for sport, or sometimes, even for food. Leannán Sí (le ‘non she) (or Seelie) takes on the version of beauty desired by their victim/lover, in John Burr's MUSE.