Film

A Thin Line Between Love and Hate

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By Landon Evanson Before anyone panics, this remains a horror-themed column. Martin Lawrence will not be the focus of this piece, but rather a character who carefully navigated the tightrope between love and loathe. While […]

Film

A Scene That’s Impossible to Watch

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By Landon Evanson “Why are you doing this to us?” “Because you were home.” One of the most cold-blooded lines of dialogue ever uttered was generated by a childhood memory of Bryan Bertino, writer and […]

Film

Beyond the Gates

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Let’s be clear right off the bat: If you’re the type who assesses horror films frame-by-frame, stick with Alien: Covenant (2017) and Get Out (2017), because this probably isn’t the flick for you. With a […]

Alien
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‘Alien’: An Idea Bursts Forth

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By Landon Evanson Four decades is a long time. It nearly mirrors the Super Bowl era, and for many who will venture out to see Alien: Covenant, it represents a swath of time greater than […]

The Purge
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Terrifying Entitlement: ‘The Purge’

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By Landon Evanson Sequels can be strong, but rarely do they surpass their predecessors. From Halloween (1978) to Saw (2004) to Insidious (2010), horror fans have been treated to worthwhile continuations of source material, but […]

The Fourth Kind
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The Fourth Kind

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By Landon Evanson The authenticity surrounding the bulk of the on-screen events presented in The Fourth Kind have been, to steal one from Dana Scully, debunked. Compelling though as they were, lead actress Milla Jovovich […]

Paranormal Activity
Art

The Best Eight Bucks I Ever Spent

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By Landon Evanson There were screams coming from all directions. To my left there was a young woman with her knees tucked to her chest and a jacket pulled over her face hoping that if […]

Art Castle’s 'Holidays'
Art

Art Castle’s Horror ‘Holidays’

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By Landon Evanson Horror anthologies can prove a risky endeavor for various reasons, not the least of which would be the fact that Creepshow (1982) and Trick ‘r Treat (2007) exist. However, that doesn’t mean […]

Art

Love of the Lens – Brad Rushing

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We chat with TV, video and film cinematographer/DP, Brad Rushing about his loves, passions,  pains and art in the realm of film.   Cinematographer Brad Rushing from Honeysuckle Magazine on Vimeo. bradrushing.com Infrared photography Sam C. Long

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Big Vision Empty Wallet Distribution Lab

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Big Vision Empty wallet founders, Dani Leonard and Alex Cirillo, are helping break the current cycle of white men starring/writing/directing/producing the media content that we see daily, by hosting an all day distribution lab. But […]

Art

Honeysuckle Review – The Final Girls

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Final Girls are a hot commodity these days with American Horror Story, the Scream TV series and Scream Queens all hitting the mainstream and sometimes it works and sometimes it doesn’t. The Final Girls works! […]

Art

Montage of Heck Review

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Montage of Heck is the first authorised documentary about Kurt Cobain. Back in 2007 it was Courtney Love who approached director Brett Morgen with the idea of his making a documentary about Kurt. With access […]