Join me if you dare for an ongoing journey into the annals of horror cinema. We'll take a stab at understanding the directors, the themes, the metaphors, the blood and the guts that makeup our beloved genre.

"Death is behind that door... The living dead!" - Suspiria

7th January 2013

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THE BUZZ IS BACK… I WISH

Check out my review of of the newest instalment to the original Texas Chainsaw Massacre franchise.

http://nextprojection.com/2013/01/07/review-texas-chainsaw-3d-2013/

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13th October 2012

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HE LIVES IN THE IMAGE

Check out my review for the new chilling creep-out movie Sinisterfrom the producers of Insidious and Paranormal Activity, plus the director of The Exorcism of Emily Rose… how could you go wrong?

http://nextprojection.com/2012/10/12/review-sinister-2012-2/

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30th September 2012

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ONE STEP BEHIND

Check out this super short short film I made for fun. It’s the ultimate chase movie… in a slasher movie sense.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=2EOTpzV82Jc

Tagged: one step behindshort filmchasegorebloodviolencemovieblack and whitesuspenserunrunningwalkwalkingfeetlegslow budget

17th July 2012

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SHOW ME YOUR TRUST FACE

Check out the trailer and website for my new horror short “Trust Face”!

http://trustfacefilm.com/HOME.html

Howard has kind eyes and a fixed smile - the perfect ‘Trust Face’. David, well, he needs to learn. On his first day as a door-to-door salesman, David gets pulled along the fast-track to becoming a fast-talking, highly motivated member of the team. Eager as a puppy, he grabs his new briefcase and follows Howard into the sale of a lifetime. But how can he make a sale - when life is on the line?

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1st June 2012

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JUST WHEN YOU THOUGHT IT WAS SAFE…

… To dangle your toes in the water.

New review for Piranha 3DD:

http://nextprojection.com/2012/06/01/review-piranha-3dd-2012/

Tagged: Piranha 3DDhorrorcomedyscaryfunnyfungoregoryviolentviolencebloodfishsplatterreview

26th January 2012

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THEATRE BIZARRE Q&A

Here’s a brief Q&A I did with one of the directors of The Theatre Bizarre. He says some really interesting stuff, I hope you enjoy!
http://nextprojection.com/2012/01/26/quick-qa-with-jeremy-kasten-of-the-theatre-bizarre/

Tagged: theatre bizzarehorrormoviecinemaanthologyQ&AinterviewdirectorJeremy Kastengoreviolenceterror

16th January 2012

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IT HURTS TO BE DEAD

Do you ever fantasize about all the different ways of dying? You know violently? And wonder, like, what would be the most horrible way to die?”

Review of Return of the Living Dead (1985)

http://nextprojection.com/2012/01/15/review-return-of-the-living-dead-1985/


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7th December 2011

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I’M NOT YOUR FUCKING MOMMY!!!

There’s something wrong with Ester… Here’s my review for the horribly underrated Orphan.

http://nextprojection.com/2011/12/07/review-orphan-2009/

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28th November 2011

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LETS GO CHECK OUT SOME RUINS

"You keep saying I’m okay, but I’m not okay…" - The Ruins

Check out my review: http://nextprojection.com/2011/11/27/review-the-ruins-2008/

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15th November 2011

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… A CLOWN WITH A MACHETE

"Cause if I wasn’t a clown, I’d be a murderer."

Review of The Last Circus http://nextprojection.com/2011/11/14/review-the-last-circus-2010/

Tagged: horrorgorefantasticclownmurdermachetewarpoliticalinsaneinsanitywildAlex de la Iglesiaviolentviolencereview