Film Threat is a former print magazine and, now, webzine which focuses primarily on independent film, although it also reviews DVDs of mainstream films and Hollywood movies in theaters. It first appeared as a photocopied zine in 1985, created by Wayne State University students Chris Gore and André Seewood. In 1997, Film Threat was converted to a solely online webzine.
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... Gore launched Film Threat as a website in 1996 ... At first a sparse collection of film news, FilmThreat.com grew, covering both the indie and mainstream equally ... On January 25, 2010, during the Sundance Film Festival, Gore sold the website and rights to the magazine to former editor Bell, who then relocated Film Threat to New Jersey and relaunched the ...
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