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‘The Possession Experiment” Will Tear Your Insides Apart! [REVIEW & INTERVIEWS}



The Possession Experiment is a recently released horror film Directed By Scott B. Hansen that will absolutely blow your mind! The film begins with an intense introduction and really raises the bar for Possession films. KT Fanelli plays the possessed young lady and does spectacular work, I felt very uneasy and had to turn my head in terror quite a few times.

The Possession Experiment offers something new. It is safe to say in this sub-genre that a female is usually held captive and possessed, but a man obsessed with exorcisms is volunteering to become possessed, bizarre huh? The film will take moviegoers on a journey leading up to the possession.

For the past several years Zombies have been a hot commodity, well The Possession Experiment will indeed accomplish what The Walking Dead has done for zombie films and television. The Possession Experiment is a very clever film and will keep your eyes focused on the screen; will present a very bizarre and terrifying storyline all at the same time.

The film is loaded with not only terrific special effects but practical ones as well, and Director Scott B. Hansen does a marvelous job of tackling and balancing many jobs for this film. Many have complained that the film depicts two separate films running together and I just did not witness that at the slightest.

Overall The Possession Experiment is a well thought out, put together film that millennials will appreciate, with the use of modern day technology and vlogging. It was a fresh new beginning for Possession Movies and having Bill Moseley part of this was the icing on the cake. The Possession Experiment will deliver the twists and turns that genre fans have come to love.

The film is now available on Amazon by clicking here. 

Check out interviews with Scott B Hansen & Bill Moseley below on pages 2 & 3.

About The Film – 

“Brandon Jensen has always loved horror. So when he has the chance to study exorcisms, he decides he is going to go all out. He starts a fund raising online campaign that goes viral overnight. With the help of two people he meets along his way, Brandon shows the whole world The Possession Experiment.”

The Possession Experiment is a micro-budget indie horror feature, produced by Digital Thunderdome of Virginia Beach, VA. Director and owner of Digital Thunderdome, Scott Hansen, is known for his music videos, working with such artists as Willie Nelsen, A Day to Remember, Carnifex, and Ill Nino. This is Digital Thunderdome’s first horror feature, and is written and produced by their own, Mary Dixon. The film features horror icon, Bill Moseley (Devil’s Rejects, Army of Darkness), Greg Travis (Starship Troopers, Showgirls), and Mark Joy (Dogma). New Jersey musician turned actor, Chris Minor, plays Brandon Jensen in his breakout role. German composer Dirk Ehlert will be scoring the movie. Set Designer, Jay Tuthill, owner and founder of And Scene Productions, built the set for The Possession Experiment and has worked on the TV show Turn. Former head of Universal Studios’ haunted house, Harold Clark, designed the special effects for the film, and Poffo Ortiz created special effects makeup.




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Brad Dourif Says He’s Retiring Except For One Important Role



Brad Dourif has been doing movies for nearly 50 years. Now it seems he is walking away from the industry at 74 to enjoy his golden years. Except, there is a caveat.

Recently, digital entertainment publication JoBlo’s Tyler Nichols talked to some of the Chucky television series cast members. During the interview, Dourif made an announcement.

“Dourif said that he’s retired from acting,” says Nichols. “The only reason he came back for the show was because of his daughter Fiona and he considers Chucky creator Don Mancini to be family. But for non-Chucky stuff, he considers himself retired.”

Dourif has voiced the possessed doll since 1988 (minus the 2019 reboot). The original movie “Child’s Play” has become such a cult classic it’s at the top of some people’s best chillers of all time. Chucky himself is ingrained in pop culture history much like Frankenstein or Jason Voorhees.

While Dourif may be known for his famous voiceover, he is also an Oscar-nominated actor for his part in One Flew Over the Cuckoo’s Nest. Another famous horror role is The Gemini Killer in William Peter Blatty’s Exorcist III. And who can forget Betazoid Lon Suder in Star Trek: Voyager?

The good news is that Don Mancini is already pitching a concept for season four of Chucky which might also include a feature-length movie with a series tie-in. So, Although Dourif says he is retiring from the industry, ironically he is Chucky’s friend till the end.

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7 Great ‘Scream’ Fan Films & Shorts Worth a Watch



The Scream franchise is such an iconic series, that many budding filmmakers take inspiration from it and make their own sequels or, at least, build upon the original universe created by screenwriter Kevin Williamson. YouTube is the perfect medium to showcase these talents (and budgets) with fan-made homages with their own personal twists.

The great thing about Ghostface is that he can appear anywhere, in any town, he just needs the signature mask, knife, and unhinged motive. Thanks to Fair Use laws it’s possible to expand upon Wes Craven’s creation by simply getting a group of young adults together and killing them off one by one. Oh, and don’t forget the twist. You’ll notice that Roger Jackson’s famous Ghostface voice is uncanny valley, but you get the gist.

We have gathered five fan films/shorts related to Scream that we thought were pretty good. Although they can’t possibly match the beats of a $33 million blockbuster, they get by on what they have. But who needs money? If you’re talented and motivated anything is possible as proven by these filmmakers who are well on their way to the big leagues.

Take a look at the below films and let us know what you think. And while you’re at it, leave these young filmmakers a thumbs up, or leave them a comment to encourage them to create more films. Besides, where else are you going to see Ghostface vs. a Katana all set to a hip-hop soundtrack?

Scream Live (2023)

Scream Live

Ghostface (2021)


Ghost Face (2023)

Ghost Face

Don’t Scream (2022)

Don’t Scream

Scream: A Fan Film (2023)

Scream: A Fan Film

The Scream (2023)

The Scream

A Scream Fan Film (2023)

A Scream Fan Film
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Another Creepy Spider Movie Hits Shudder This Month



Good spider films are a theme this year. First, we had Sting and then there was Infested. The former is still in theaters and the latter is coming to Shudder starting April 26.

Infested has been getting some good reviews. People are saying that it’s not only a great creature feature but also a social commentary on racism in France.

According to IMDb: Writer/director Sébastien Vanicek was looking for ideas around the discrimination faced by black and Arab-looking people in France, and that led him to spiders, which are rarely welcome in homes; whenever they’re spotted, they’re swatted. As everyone in the story (people and spiders) is treated like vermin by society, the title came to him naturally.

Shudder has become the gold standard for streaming horror content. Since 2016, the service has been offering fans an expansive library of genre movies. in 2017, they began to stream exclusive content.

Since then Shudder has become a powerhouse in the film festival circuit, buying distribution rights to movies, or just producing some of their own. Just like Netflix, they give a film a short theatrical run before adding it to their library exclusively for subscribers.

Late Night With the Devil is a great example. It was released theatrically on March 22 and will begin streaming on the platform starting April 19.

While not getting the same buzz as Late Night, Infested is a festival favorite and many have said if you suffer from arachnophobia, you might want to take heed before watching it.


According to the synopsis, our main character, Kalib is turning 30 and dealing with some family issues. “He’s fighting with his sister over an inheritance and has cut ties with his best friend. Fascinated by exotic animals, he finds a venomous spider in a shop and brings it back to his apartment. It only takes a moment for the spider to escape and reproduce, turning the whole building into a dreadful web trap. The only option for Kaleb and his friends is to find a way out and survive.”

The film will be available to watch on Shudder starting April 26.

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