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The dark and trippy world of Poe re-imagined

The indie horror anthology Tales of Poe comes to us from indie horror directors Bart Mastronardi (Vindication, which I blog about here) and Alan Rowe Kelly (whose movies I cover here). Not only do they give two of Poe’s stories … Continue reading

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Poe gets a modernized adaptation worthy of his grisly legacy

So psyched to have had the opportunity to screen one of the stories from the indie horror anthology Tales of Poe. “The Tell-Tale Heart” is directed by Bart Mastronardi, the man also responsible for the full-length horror film Vindication, which … Continue reading

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Vindication: a portrait of how a slasher killer is born

The 2006 indie film Vindication begins as a disturbing psychological horror drama before getting to the slasher elements. It follows a (really cute) young man with deep emotional problems. He begins with a cutting habit—which means his hot naked body … Continue reading

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