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From the Ashes, The Black Smoke Rises: A Review of Greta Van Fleet’s Brand New Double EP “From the Fires”

“Rock and Roll is dead.” — A sentiment that has been shared amongst various music lovers across decades. A sentiment I may actually agree with, to an extent. In my honest opinion, we haven’t had a truly authentic rock band in years. In a genre over saturated by “jock rock” bands like Avenged Sevenfold, Five […]

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Pick of The Week: Celebrate ‘Halloween’ With Studiohouse Designs Epic “VHS or Die Part 31” T-Shirt!

It’s almost that time kids! We here at Icon Vs. Icon are extremely excited for All Hallow’s Eve! In fact, we’re so excited about the spooky season thought we’ve resurrected our “Pick of the Week” segment. Each week, one of our friendly neighborhood Staff Writers will be discussing a piece of media or a product […]

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All the Right Snuff: A Review of “The Poughkeepsie Tapes”

The year is 2007. The brothers Dowdle (John and Drew) just finished shooting a controversial mockumentary on a faux serial killer out of Poughkeepsie, NY. The film is originally picked up and shelved by MGM. Bootleg copies of the notorious film begin making their way across the convention scene and throughout the internet. John and […]

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Forgiveness Is A Virtue: A Review of Liam Gavin’s “A Dark Song”

Occult horror has made an excellent comeback in recent years. From the 70’s homage “The House of the Devil” to the gruesome tale of self-destruction that is “Starry Eyes”, occult horror is taking over independent filmmaking in a big bad way. Independent distributors such as IFC Midnight and Scream Factory have been assisting in this […]

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Family Is Forever: A Review of Scream Factory’s ‘Jackals’ On Blu-ray!

The “home-invasion” sub-genre has become a mainstay in horror since the beginning. From the early days of When a Stranger Calls or Straw Dogs, to modern day classics like The Strangers or You’re Next, the concept of a person (or people) breaking into the place that you call home is an idea that will always […]