‘Alone with You’: Living With Mental Illness During a Pandemic

There’s a moment in Emily Bennett and Justin Brooks’ Alone with You when Bennett’s character Charlene becomes locked inside her apartment. Paranoia and loneliness have already set in, but given no options to escape on her own, she unleashes a guttural scream. Tears stain her cheeks, and reality grows even colder. Strangled by depression and […]

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‘Alone With You’ Clip: Thing Get Weird With Barbara Crampton [Exclusive]

Written and directed by Emily Bennett & Justin Brooks, Dark Star’s upcoming horror movie Alone With You goes heavy on the paranoia, with horror icon Barbara Crampton co-starring. Bloody Disgusting has an exclusive look at the film featuring You’re Next, From Beyond and Re-Animator‘s Barbara Crampton in which she gets into a fight with her daughter who appears to be on the […]

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‘Alone With You’ Poster Art Promises a Mind-Bender [Exclusive]

Written and directed by Emily Bennett & Justin Brooks, Dark Star’s upcoming horror movie Alone With You goes heavy on the paranoia, with horror icon Barbara Crampton co-starring. Bloody Disgusting has an exclusive look at the film’s key art that teases a mind-bending paranoid thriller. In Alone With You, “As a young woman painstakingly prepares a romantic homecoming for her girlfriend, their apartment […]

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Horror Icon Barbara Crampton Selects Five Movies to Watch on Screambox!

Bloody Disgusting loves Barbara Crampton, an icon in the horror industry who is not only a celebrated actor but also a producer on many projects. After starring in several 80s classics from Re-Animator (also available on Screambox) to From Beyond, Chopping Mall, and Castle Freak, Crampton made her return in the slasher classic You’re Next, […]

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[Fantastic Fest Review] ‘Alone With You’ Is a Mixed Bag of Queer Paranoia

Single-setting horror films almost always make for a fascinating watch. Films like Buried, Cube and Frozen force their directors to make the most of their sparse surroundings, usually with a limited budget. In these films, the locales are practically their own characters. Executed poorly, and these films risk putting the audience to sleep. More and more of these […]

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[Interview] Actor Barbara Crampton and Lead Writer Simon Mackenzie Discuss Their Roles in Zombie Shooter ‘Back 4 Blood’

There’s been a Left 4 Dead-shaped hole in gaming for too long, and while there have been some attempts to fill it (World War Z and Aliens: Fireteam Elite for example), nothing has really come close to capturing that spirit. So who better to take a shot than a developer that had a hand in […]

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[Video] New ‘Back 4 Blood’ Trailer Highlights the Game’s Campaign

On the heels of last month’s beta, Warner and Turtle Rock Studios have released a new trailer for Back 4 Blood. The trailer focuses on the game’s campaign, providing a glimpse into the narrative elements. Motivated by their fearless leader known as “Mom” (voiced by horror legend Barbara Crampton), the Cleaners are a beacon of […]

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The ‘Back 4 Blood’ Open Beta Shows Brief Gimpses of the Magic of ‘Left 4 Dead’

Done well, mowing down hordes of undead with friends has a good shot at replicating a high many have been chasing since Left 4 Dead 2. Still, to actually get something even remotely close to that magical concoction has proven to be elusive. In a way, the Back 4 Blood Open Beta (read our previous […]

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[Fantasia Review] ‘King Knight’ Is a Silly, Heartfelt Ode to Being True to Yourself

A new Richard Bates Jr project is always a cause for celebration because it’s guaranteed to a) make you squirm or b) make you laugh (often despite yourself). With King Knight, the writer/director, known for his caustic comedies and macabre horrors, delivers a bemusing property that broadly satirizes the New Age self-improvement movement, albeit with […]

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‘King Knight’: Richard Bates, Jr. Puts His Own Fresh Spin on a Coven of Witches [Trailer]

Richard Bates, Jr. has been quietly making some of the most interesting genre movies in recent years, including Excision and Tone-Deaf, and up next he’s back with King Knight. The film is set to World Premiere at the Fantasia Film Festival on August 8th, and we’ll be publishing a review out of the event. In […]

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