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Time travel, slashers, exploitation and almost unbearable amounts of laughter; these five indie films promise to evoke a diverse range of emotions from deep within audiences with a shared taste for the depraved. Always in search of the best in underground and/or independent I must say I am indeed proud with the plethora of under seen gems that have found their way to my inbox and I certainly will strive to continue delivering to our deranged and dear horror fans. Want to find out which five films I have been crushing on? Which ones are streaming on and which one's have yet to be released? Looking for a dark or twisted romance thriller? Look no more!

Check out these five ferociously irresistible indie horror films:


One of the more refreshing films tackling the online dating network lately, is a fierce look into the dangers of engaging in internet relationships, only this time the danger is far more dire than the average catfishing escapades. Set to hit VOD and DVD this spring, is ready to teach you the true perils of running away with your online-love.

4. Night of the Living Deb

Filmed right here in my hometown of Portland, ME, Night of the Living Deb is an awkwardly hilarious and satirical homage to famed zombie movie classics such as Night of the Living Dead and Night of the Comet. One of the best horror-comedies of the decade and conveniently available to stream on Netflix, come see how us 'Portlanders' battle the zombie apocalypse in this delightful east coast indie film from director Kyle Rankin.

You can read more of my thoughts on Night of the Living Deb, here.

3. Goddess of Love

From director Jon Knautz and starring co-writer Alexis Kendra, Goddess of Love is a toxic tale of love, obsession and the malevolent descent into madness for one love sick and enraged black-light beauty. Repugnant and sexy in all the right ways - Hell has no fury like a stripper scorned and this tale of fury is wildly fierce. You won't want to miss out on Goddess of Love, trust me.


Daddy Dearest is the ultimate treat for genre and connoisseurs alike. Coming to DVD this fall, Fiona Fright's short suspense film incorporates elements of horror, science fiction and psychological thrillers. At the mere age of 12, Fiona Fright was wrapping up her first film - she may or may not be back at the drawing bored - in which she's not only the writer but also the director and star as well. If that isn't impressive enough already, Little Miss Fright was only five years of age when she first phoned her mother and conceptualized Daddy Dearest. Trust me, you won't be disappointed by this young horror prodigy's poetic and gory vision.

Learn more about Fiona Fright and her film Daddy Dearest, here.


Reminiscent of the treacherously gorgeous cinematic works of legendary film makers Gaspar Noe' and Lars con Trier, comes Emiliano Rocha Minter's groundbreaking masterpiece, We Are The Flesh - a puzzling journey through the madness of the human mind and the ferocity of its nondiscriminatory sex drive. Imagery and flashes reminiscent of a DMT (Dimethyltryptamine) enhanced perspective elude to the true nature of this sexually vile and exploratory film. No time to waste as I am pleased to announce that as of January 13, 2017, We Are The Flesh will be debuting in select theaters across the country, enjoy.

Thanks for checking out the five insanely awesome indie films. Make sure to let us know your thoughts in the comments section below as well as casting your vote in the poll.

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