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Horn's Alexandre Aja - The CFQ Interview Podcast

Horn’s Alexandre Aja – The CFQ Interview Podcast

A break from the standard Halloween fare of mad slashers and paranormal infestations, the new film HORNS brings a decidedly hometown slant to an examination of the good and evil that lives in all of us. Daniel Radcliffe plays Ig, a man (yes, man — we’re a long way from Hogwart’s) whose status within his [...]

Last Exorcism interview & Piranha 3D review: Cinefantastique Podcast 1:28

Last Exorcism interview & Piranha 3D review: Cinefantastique Podcast 1:28

It’s a day of interviews and reviews at the Cinefantastique Horror, Fantasy & Science Fiction podcast. First, a chat with director Daniel Stamm and producer Eli Roth on their film THE LAST EXORCISM, opening on Friday, August27. Then an in-depth discussion of PIRANHA 3D, Alexandre Aja’s ultra-gory remake of the 1978 cult classic directed by [...]

Piranah 3D horror film review

Piranah 3D horror film review

Since Alexandre Aja and company could not be bothered to craft a coherent movie, I see no reason I should go to the trouble of writing a coherent review; instead, I will follow their lead and just throw together a series of random thoughts “inspired” by this cinematic chum-bucket.
The first is that, because PIRANHA 3D [...]

Aja to do COBRA Space Pirate - Clip

Aja to do COBRA Space Pirate – Clip

Alexandre Aja (PIRANHA 3D) has obtained the rights to the manga and animation space opera COBRA—The Space Pirate.

Piranha 3-D theatrical release date

Dimension Films releases this 3-D remake of the 1978 cult classic, originally produced by Roger Corman and directed by Joe Dante (GREMLINS). Sadly, the film was not shot in 3-D; it is being added in post-production (just like CLASH OF THE TITANS, and we all know how well that one worked out).
This time around, [...]

Mirrors (2008) reflects badly on the horror genre

Mirrors have an endless fascination about them. Beyond the obvious temptation toward narcissism, there is the intriguing imaginary possibility of a parallel world on the other side of the looking glass, a mirror realm where every object has its duplicate – or is it opposite? Who among us does not dread the thought of confronting [...]