The Devil's Hand (2014)

Signaling a prophecy of the Devils return, six girls are born on the sixth day of the sixth month in a small Amish community. Elder...


The Shark is Still Working (2007)

In terms of influencing cinema, there may not be a bigger film than Jaws. From marketing, to the way in which a film opens, and...


I Am ZoZo (2012)

A group of friends spend a Halloween evening using a Ouija board, only to realize that they’ve unleashed a spirit who calls themselves ZoZo...


Muck (2015)

Five friends find themselves stuck in a remote home after being attacked by a group of strange murderers. Bruised and bloody, their only hope is...


The Making of Jaws (1995)

Jaws is largely considered the film that started the summer blockbuster phenomenon, and it’s well deserved. The film left people with a fear...


The Fear of God: The Making of The Exorcist (1998)

Released in 1973, The Exorcist continues to be one of the most terrifying experiences on film...


Wolfcop (2014)

Lou Garou (Leo Fafard) is the worst cop on the force, basically only keeping his job because in such a small town, there aren’t a lot of...


Beware the Moon: Remembering An American Werewolf in London (2009)

In 1981, one of the finest horror comedies was released when An American Werewolf in London hit the screens. The film won an Oscar for...


Growing up in terror: the importance of PG-13 horror

Horror fans react with true terror when the newest horror film gets a PG-13 rating, but The Film Reel feels it's an important way to get kids interested in the genre...


Motivation at the movies

The Film Reel explores some of the various behind the scenes documentaries that can inspire and motivate viewers in their own lives.


Bloody ambition: director Harrison Smith talks about Zombie Killers

When it comes to zombie movies, you usually know what you’re getting. Harrison Smith wanted to make sure to change that. His incredibly ambitious film...


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