Toronto After Dark 2012: American Mary Review (Kirk Haviland)

Toronto After Dark Film Festival 2012 American Mary (2012) Starring Katherine Isabelle, Antonio Cupo, Tristan Risk, Davis Lovgren and Twan Holliday Written and Directed by Jen and Sylvia Soska The Soska Sisters, better known to those in genre circles as the “Twisted Twins”, arrived at this year’s Toronto After Dark Film Festival with their 2ndContinue reading “Toronto After Dark 2012: American Mary Review (Kirk Haviland)”

Deadheads – DVD Release and Interview with Brett Pierce

Back in October of last year I attended the Toronto After Dark Film Festival for the first time. 2011 was also my first year as a film blogger, and I was struggling with writing reviews for films that weren’t all that great, but weren’t terrible either. It was a cinch to write positive reviews, butContinue reading “Deadheads – DVD Release and Interview with Brett Pierce”

The Black Cat – Fright Nights at the Projection Booth in Toronto (Kirk Haviland)

Fright Nights at the Projection Booth in Toronto Hosted by Fangoria Writer Kelly Stewart Saturday February 11th, 2012   Shorts: Ethereal Chrysalis (2011) Written, Directed and Starring Syl Disjonk Inside (2010) Starring Phillipe Buckland and Natalie Feheregyhazi Written and Directed by Yaz Rabadi Feature: The Black Cat (1934) Starring Bela Lugosi and Boris Karloff WrittenContinue reading “The Black Cat – Fright Nights at the Projection Booth in Toronto (Kirk Haviland)”

One Last Glance at 2011 – Kirk Haviland’s Top 15 of the Year

Editor’s note: I’ve been meaning to open up Entertainment Maven to other contributors and give readers a little more bang for their…click, and I couldn’t think of a better guest writer than Kirk Haviland to contribute the first piece. I met Kirk this past year at the Toronto After Dark Film Festival and was stunnedContinue reading “One Last Glance at 2011 – Kirk Haviland’s Top 15 of the Year”

Little Terrors Volume 4 (Toronto) – Guest Blogger Phil Graves Returns

Editor’s note: Last month my doctor told me that I had a serious case of the shivers and creeps, as a result he restricted my film diet to Hollywood fare like 2011’s The Thing and Don’t be Afraid of the Dark, you know, movies that aren’t all that scary. Unfortunately, this means that I amContinue reading “Little Terrors Volume 4 (Toronto) – Guest Blogger Phil Graves Returns”