Movie Review: Between the Darkness

Between The Darkness

Movie Review by Siobahn Harris

To be honest, when I first watched the trailer for Between the Darkness, I was concerned. I thought it would end up being a horror movie whose fear based solely on the idea of a antagonist. You know what I’m talking about, right? The kind of film that ends with there being no villain, just the protagonist’s inner demons. Thankfully, I was so incredibly wrong. Between the Darkness was such a beautifully dark and mysteriously creepy coming-of-age story.

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Rakefet Abergel Interview: Creeping into the Horror Genre, Leaving No Woman Behind

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Ubiquitous Horror was able to grab a moment with film industry’s renaissance woman on the rise, Rakefet Abergel. Whether it’s producing, directing, writing, or acting, Abergel seems to do it with ease, and we horror fans are just fortunate enough to have her in our genre, even though that wasn’t her initial intent, “I fell into horror by accident”. Believe it or not, the creator and star of the short film Jax in Love had this to say about it, “I didn’t think that Jax in Love was a horror, but it seems it is!” Lucky for us! Continue reading “Rakefet Abergel Interview: Creeping into the Horror Genre, Leaving No Woman Behind”

Update: Skickelsen (Out of the Darkness) Release Date

Recently, I had the pleasure of reviewing the thriller short Skickelsen, written by Mikael Holmström and Jonas Gramming.

The dark short shows a woman’s journey into a world where she learns that she can save herself from anything, as long everything is in the right place. The film blurs the line between good and evil while leaving you torn between who the antagonist really is. Continue reading “Update: Skickelsen (Out of the Darkness) Release Date”

Michael Wong Interview: Creating Killer Tattoos… One Victim at a Time

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Recently Ubiquitous Horror got to interview director/writer/producer Michael Wong. This is a name you’re going to want to remember because he is truly a talented creative mind that has decided to break his way into the horror genre! After winning over 50 awards as an ad agency’s creative director, he made the move into the film industry. I was very lucky to get the opportunity to watch his micro short film The Tattooist. The film is in the form of a trailer, and you can’t help but to want to see more! Don’t believe me? Michael has given me permission to share the short with you all here! That’s right, you are getting the same chance I got to watch this awesome piece of gore. Continue reading “Michael Wong Interview: Creating Killer Tattoos… One Victim at a Time”