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Celebration Theatre’s ‘Ravenswood Manor’ Is Serially Eccentric

Reviewed by Guy Picot If you like late-night camp-horror-soap opera comedy but also like being home in bed by 10:30 p.m. then Ravenswood Manor at Celebration Theatre is just the ticket. An episodic play (I saw episodes One and Two),... Continue Reading →

#HFF19 ‘Internal’, reviewed

Reviewed by Matt Ritchey Internal is the newest immersive piece from They Played Productions and it’s their strongest showing at the Hollywood Fringe Festival yet. Walking down Vine in Hollywood at night on your own, many people are wary of... Continue Reading →

#HFF19 ‘Pit of Goblins’, reviewed

Reviewed by Matt Ritchey You hear “one-person show” and you get the image of someone using direct-address to talk to the audience about their story – coming to Los Angeles, their disease, whatever it is that their personal story might... Continue Reading →

FEARnyc Horror Festival Expands Nationwide in 2019: Now Accepting Submissions

FEARnyc, New York City's biggest horror film festival, today announced that it will expand to a nationwide, month-long event in October 2019 featuring hundreds of horror film screenings and horror-themed events in all 50 states each day of the month... Continue Reading →

Door Number 3’s ‘Radiant Vermin’: Fiercely Energetic and Well Realized

Reviewed by Guy Pico What moral compromises would you be prepared to make to create a better life for your family? This is the central question for a struggling British couple in Philip Ridley's timely and challenging play, Radiant Vermin,... Continue Reading →

Door Number 3: Serving L.A. Theater Audiences by Serving the Story

By Tracey Paleo, Gia On The Move Artistic Director Tim True is looking to the present, not just for his theater company Door Number 3, but for Los Angeles audiences. Some of his former Portland group (Third Rail Repertory Theatre)... Continue Reading →

HFF18 ‘Final Preparations’, reviewed

by Matt Ritchey Christopher Lyons’s Final Preparations at Studio/Stage is a one-man horror show about an aesthetician giving a young girl’s corpse a final make-up preparation before her showing. Things, of course, are not as they seem, and so ensues... Continue Reading →

HFF18 ‘Doctor Zomba’s Ghost Show Of Terror’, reviewed

by Tracey Paleo, Gia On The Move "Please turn off your cell phones (and pagers..yes...really) during the presentation. The ghosts will get pissed!" Billed as 'The strangest show on Earth', you'll love it, you'll hate it, you'll want to carve... Continue Reading →

HFF18 ‘The Study’, reviewed

by Matt Ritchey I hope you’ve prepared for your lesson... in fear. The Study, created by Jared Tyrel Pixler and David Evan Stolworthy, the team behind The Video Games, is a new interactive theatre piece playing at the Flight Theatre... Continue Reading →

Films To Watch: Upcoming Special Engagements at Arena Cinelounge Hollywood

You'll want to check out these special engagements at Arena Cinelounge Sunset coming up at the end of the month from January 26 to February 1, 2018. Contact venue for show times. Admission: $16.00 each feature film. Ranked among the... Continue Reading →

LineUp Announced For FEARnyc 2017

Featuring screenings of 30 new horror films, special appearances, and a tribute to horror icon George A. Romero FEARnyc, New York City's most terrifying horror film festival, has announced the lineup for the 2017 festival. Sponsored by Bloody Disgusting and... Continue Reading →

Horror Icon George A. Romero Tribute at FEARnyc

FEARnyc, New York City’s premier horror film festival, will feature a special tribute to recently departed horror icon and father of the Zombie Film, George A. Romero (Dawn of the Dead (1978), Day of the Dead (1985), The Crazies (1973), Martin (1978), Creepshow (1982), Monkey Shines (1988), The Dark Half (1993)). Romero, who... Continue Reading →

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