Misty Talley, Reigning Queen of Sharksploitation (Izzy’s Eerie Indies #6)

When Jaws came out, it unleashed a whole can of nightcrawlers. At first, these worms attracted your typical fare — a renegade shark ruining a regatta, disrupting a

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From the Inbox: New & Upcoming Horror Projects (May-August 2024)

I get a ton of emails about exciting upcoming indie horror projects and, while I’m unable to showcase them all individually, I’m absolutely thrilled to share them ROUND-UP

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Fizz and Ginger Films’ Found Footage Film: Dagr (2024)

Head’s up, Filmmaking Horror Fam: Izzy’s Eerie Indies/Isaiah Swanson is currently hiking across America and, as such, indie horror film screeners sent to my inbox are going to

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Izzy’s Eerie Indies #5: Blood Bait (2024)

“If you want to kill a vampire, use a wooden stake. But if you want to catch it, then use a BLOOD BAIT.” So goes the tagline of

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5 Surreal Horror Films Guaranteed to Fry Your Mind

We love slashers, we love killers, and we love monsters, but sometimes we want something a little…stranger. Sometimes it feels like we’ve seen it all. Whether its teens

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Izzy’s Eerie Indies #4: When the Trash Man Knocks (2023)

When the Trash Man Knocks is the kind of title that makes you want to finish the sentence. What happens when the trash man knocks? We know the

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Christi’s Creepy Commentary’s Top Horror Films of 2023

Before we get any further into 2024, let’s look back at the past year just one last time. As a year in horror, 2023 was filled with twists

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Steve Rudzinski’s CarousHELL Trilogy

Have you ever ridden on a carousel and, as you were spinning around taking in the beauty of your surroundings, wondered how the wooden horse you were riding

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The Pinecones Are Not What They Seem: Phil Herman’s I Slay On Christmas (2023)

Welcome to Volume 2 of Izzy’s Indie Eeries! Last month, we talked about A&P Productions’ bloody and babe-tastic Murdercise (2023). To honor the holiday season, I decided to

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Slip Into Suitable Flesh (2023)

I’ve been a fan of Adam Green’s for a long time and so, by association, I’ve also been a fan of Joe Lynch’s for a long time! The

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