Steve Biodrowski

Cinefantastique's Los Angeles Correspondent from 1987 to 1993 and West Coast Editor from 1993 to 1999. Currently the webmaster of Cinefantastique Online, I also run a website called Hollywood Gothique that covers Halloween Horror and Sci-Fi Cinema Events in the Los Angeles area.


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10 responses to “Borderland (2007) – After Dark Film Review”

  1. » Unearthed

    [...] to Die For” that screened as part of the 2007 After Dark Horrorfest. Other films included BORDERLAND, CRAZY EIGHTS, THE DEATHS OF IAN STONE, LAKE DEAD, MULBERRY STREET, NIGHTMARE MAN, and TOOTH AND [...]

  2. » The Deaths of Ian Stone

    [...] to Die For” that screened as part of the 2007 After Dark Horrorfest. Other films included BORDERLAND, CRAZY EIGHTS, THE DEATHS OF IAN STONE, LAKE DEAD, MULBERRY STREET, NIGHTMARE MAN, and TOOTH AND [...]

  3. » Crazy Eights

    [...] BORDERLAND [...]

  4. » Tooth and Nail

    [...] BORDERLAND [...]

  5. » Mulberry Street

    [...] BORDERLAND [...]

  6. » Nightmare Man (2006)

    [...] BORDERLAND [...]

  7. » Laserblast: Legends & Enchantments After Dark

    [...] Horrofest Wrap Up. None of the films is a must-have, but THE DEATHS OF IAN STONE, MULBERRY STREET, BORDERLAND, and NIGHTMARE MAN all have points of interest that should please fans of low-budget, independent [...]

  8. » Sense of Wonder: After Dark Horrorfest Wrap-Up

    [...] BORDERLAND is probably a more effective scary machine than any of the other entries. It uses an allegedly fact-based story as an excuse for a violent thriller whose gore edges into horror territory; the result is a questionable exploitation of real-life tragedy, but you have to admit that the results are effective. [...]

  9. » Film Review: Lake Dead (2007)

    [...] Borderland [...]

  10. Borderland [updated] « HORRORPEDIA

    [...] ‘Genre labels aside, Borderland is thoroughly engrossing, building effectively toward a gruelling climax. The sense of growing dread is almost palpable. Although punctuated with visceral thrills, the real engine driving the film is fear of what will happen next, coupled with a sense of being helpless in the face of a seemingly all-powerful enemy..’ Steve Biodrowski, Cinefantastique [...]

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