Cub (2014)

Sam is about to embark on a trip into the woods near the French border with his scout troop, but he’s not that excited. He’s...


Final Girl (2015)

Veronica was orphaned at a young age when her parents were killed. Since she displays an incredible memory, William is sent to train...


Bite (2015)

Casey is about to get married, so she and a few friends head off for a tropical bachelorette getaway. While on vacation, Casey is bitten...


Always Watching (2015)

While following a news story about foreclosed homes, a news team comes across a box of tapes in a house where it appears as if...


Suburban Gothic (2014)

Raymond is a down on his luck loser. After finally getting an MBA, he’s unable to find a job, and he’s forced to move back...


K-11 (2012)

Record producer Raymond Saxx Jr. wakes up to find himself locked away in prison. Trying to find out why he’s there is the least of...


Inner Demons (2014)

A reality show about interventions has turned its attention to sixteen year old Carson Morris and her parents. Their once bible memorizing...


6 Degrees of Hell (2012)

June has always had an ability to tell people their future, but when one of her visions results in the death of her friend, she...


Horrifying beauty: Chad Archibald, director of Bite

It may not be unusual to find a horror film disgusting, but to also find it to be incredibly beautiful is something unique. Director Chad Archibald pulled it off though...


Fractured fairy tale: Christian Sparkes, director of Cast No Shadow

The Film Reel speaks with director Christian Sparkes about his film Cast No Shadow, the perfect casting, and the various interpretations of the film [SPOILERS AHEAD]...


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...


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