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Kelly McNeely

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Kelly lives in Canada with her large, fuzzy dog and a collection of horror movies, which she is a little obsessed with. Check out her Creepy Crafter videos or follow her on Instagram and Twitter @kellsmcnells
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Gigi Saul Guerrero Set to Direct ’10-31′ from Producer Eli Roth

Following some promising praise from producer Eli Roth, 10-31 finally has a director attached, and we are so ready for this film to be...

Review: ‘Come to Daddy’ is a Dark, Shifting, Shocking Thrill Ride

Peppered with unadulterated insanity, Come to Daddy is a shifting, often shocking, and surprisingly hilarious thrill ride. Anchored by stellar performances from its main...

Top 10 Horror Films of 2019 – Kelly McNeely’s Picks

2019 was an interesting year for the horror genre. We saw big horror blockbusters and great indie films, the return of a few classic...

Short Film Review: ‘Disconnect’ Needs You to Answer its Call

You wake up. Your phone is ringing, outside it’s chaos. Something is horribly wrong.  You’ve got two minutes to tell this story. How do you...

TADFF: Pearry Teo on ‘The Assent’, Effects, and Set Location Surprises

The Assent mixes elements of psychological horror with haunted vibes and a strenuous exorcism to create a complex story with clever effects. The film...

TADFF: The Pierce Brothers on ‘The Wretched’ and the Love of Horror

Written and directed by brothers Brett and Drew Pierce, The Wretched grips your imagination with its creative creature and inventive lore that crafts a fascinating...

TADFF Review: Supernatural Comedy ‘Extra Ordinary’ Will Lift Your Spirits

Few things are as instantly uplifting as a good horror comedy. It’s a difficult balance to strike, but when done well, they can win...

TADFF Review: ‘The Wretched’ Builds a Frightening New Folktale

Written and directed by brothers Brett and Drew Pierce, The Wretched is a twisted fairy tale that creates its own fun and freaky folklore....

Opening Doors: Talking to the Minds Behind ‘Portals’

Horror anthologies can take several shapes, whether it’s a collective of unrelated stories à la V/H/S or a series of tales woven together with...