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I’ve always been obsessed with watching movies. From seeing 20,000 Leagues Under the Sea at the age of four at a Saturday matinee revival to today, the flickering shadow shows have filled my life. Consumed, I’m sure some would say. However, discerning fact from fiction has never been an issue, unlike Eric Binford, the hapless ‘hero’ of the eerie (and funny) Fade to Black (1980) – now here’s a kid with issues.
Written and directed by Vernon Zimmerman (The Unholy Rollers), Fade to Black was distributed by American Cinema Releasing on October 14th, 1980. The film bypassed audiences for the most part, but critics were generally pleased with the offbeat tone that it brought to the genre. If you love movies about movies, especially with a horror bent, Fade to Black is the film for you.
- Scott Drebit
2014 was a year full of interesting times. A mixed bag with so many varying degrees. With it finally being over, and 2015 starting off with a New Year’s bang for me (more on that soon), I felt the need to write this editorial piece on how 2014 led to what will, in my opinion, be one of the best years in the entire history of Icons of Fright. So, if you have a few minutes to spare, and feel like reading some thoughts straight from the mind of yours truly, thank you, because I’ve got a bit to say.
Following a brief break from Icons of Fright starting in September of 2013, 2014 began with me leading another site (the now defunct Martyrcycle), and attempting to step back from the horror genre a bit, all while doing my best to deal with personal issues that for one reason or another, interfered with »
- Jerry Smith
2 items from 2015
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