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The Fiancé Review

When a beautiful bride-to-be is bitten by the legendary creature, Bigfoot, she becomes a brutal force of nature hellbent on breaking her engagement - and her fiancé. Starring: Carrie Keagan, Dallas Valdez, and Douglas Tait Directed and written by: Mark Michaels Produced by: Staci Layne Wilson   With “The Fiancé” as the title, it’s hard to image what that has to do with horror. At most, it would be predictable to think that this might be a story about a relationship gone wrong because of something like cheating. Yes, this relationship has gone wrong, but for a much more unpredictable reason. Let just say that Bigfoot comes in between this couple.    It opens with some strange happenings in the woods, as two guys have gone from being the hunters to being the hunted. Soon after this attack, the audience is introduced to Michael (Dallas Valdez). He’s preparing to propose to his girlfriend, Sara (Carrie Keagan), and drives up to the cabin where the big night is supp


The Untold is a horror comic that combines psychological unrest with striking visual gore to create a truly terrifying experience. Created and written by: Daniel Farrand  Artist: Johannes Vick   ‘Untold #1’ is an exciting new primarily black and white comic. Being the first issue of the series, it mostly sets up the characters and story for what’s to come. However, it still has some very entertaining moments, including the opening. It opens with the villain, “the Dark Figure,” about to punish a young girl, Daisy. Daisy begs for him not to hurt her, but her pleading quickly falls on deaf ears.   Then readers are introduced to Alice, who is persistently pushing her parents to tell her where her grandfather has gone. As with many kids with busy parents, she grew very attached to one of her grandparents, in this case her grandfather, Mr. Dyson. Readers get to see some of the time the two spent together, and why they were so close. What’s great about Alice is that she a


A young woman finds herself on the receiving end of a terrifying curse that threatens to take her life in 7 days. Starring: Matilda Anna Ingrid Lutz, Alex Roe, and Johnny Galecki Directed by: F. Javier Gutierrez Written by: David Loucka, Jacob Estes, and Akiva Goldsman   It’s always exciting when a horror movie gets off to a good start. “Rings” appears to get off to that good start when it opens with Samara (Bonnie Morgan) on the hunt for her latest victim on an airplane. That seems like a great unique place to have her, and just when it gets good… “end scene!” Seriously! After that let down, would that be a sign of things to come?   Soon after that the audience is introduced to a young couple, Julia (Matilda Lutz) and Holt (Alex Roe). It’s their last morning together before Holt goes off to college. College can be about experimenting and finding new things, and that’s exactly what Holt does. He breaks contact with Julia causing her to eventually go to his scho