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IN THEATERS, VOD AND iTUNES: September 19, 2014

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New Funko Website

We are pleased to announce that we are officially launching our new website today!
Check it out now at!

Along with our new website, we are also launching a blog and a newsletter.
You can read our first blog post here and sign up for the newsletter here.

We are also running a giveaway to celebrate the launch! We are … Continue reading

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Film Review: Twisted Sisters (2006)



Twisted Sisters is a dark thriller dealing with the personal struggle between two twins. Jennifer was given everything a girl could wish for, Norah learned to survive on nothing. Now it is time for the tables to turn. Locating, stalking and mimicking the life of her sister, Norah decides it is time that she had it all – and no-one will get in her way.


There are great pairings between director … Continue reading

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Film Review: The Dead 2: India (2013)



In this ferocious sequel to the worldwide horror hit THE DEAD, an infectious epidemic spreads through India as an American turbine engineer (Joseph Millson of TV’s 24: LIVE ANOTHER DAY) learns that his pregnant girlfriend is trapped near the slums of Mumbai. Now he must battle his way across a 300-mile wasteland of the ravenous undead.


Coming off the much heralded release of 2010′s “The Dead”, the release of “The … Continue reading

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Film Review: Timesweep (1987)



A group of people—filmmakers, local history buffs, students, and journalists—all gather to explore a now-defunct, dilapidated movie studio. They soon learn, however, that time—past, present, and future—have coalesced into one, and entities from the past and future travel through the movie studio, often terrorizing its visitors. The group must try and escape the building, but it is surrounded in a deadly, flesh-eating fog.


Wow, “distributed by Carrera Topline.” I admit, TIMESWEEP … Continue reading

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Summer Is Over – Time For Some ‘Autumn Blood’

You know – nothing ever good seems to come from being stuck in the wilderness, on a mountain or anything of that sort.  To further prove that point come the new film ‘Autumn Blood’ which once again takes us deep in the woods where bad, bad things are happening.  Here’s you synopsis:

“High in the Mountains, a widowed mother dies, leaving her two children orphaned. Fearing being split up they keep their mother’s death a … Continue reading

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Film Review: Zombie Night (2013)



Zombies come out at night and two families must survive until morning.


Oh man I loved this movie! I actually saw it a few months before it was brought to me for review, based mainly on the cast. But I’m getting ahead of myself…

From a story by Richard Shenkman (Abraham Lincoln vs Zombies) and directed by John Culager (Piranha 3DD), The story follows two families through one terrible night at … Continue reading

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‘Escape From New York’ Remake Seems To Be Gaining Some Steam


With the whole remake thing having been going on for what – a decade now – hell, probably longer than that – it’s hard to believe that they haven’t gotten around to remaking this one yet.  It’s been rumored for quite some time but no solid news has been tossed around, till now.

Starlog Magazine (yeah, that Starlog Magazine) is reporting that some casting may be going on.  Silver Pictures, which is headed … Continue reading

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Magazine Review: The Dark Side – Issue 161

The Dark Side
Issue 161
Ghoulish Publishing
Editor: Allan Bryce

Oh hell yes. After a couple of issues that I felt didn’t quite hit the mark, issue 161 of the UK’s longest running horror culture magazine is an almost perfect example of cult cinema journalism. This issue follows he recent trend for the magazine to carry a main theme each time, and this issue covers the infamous Video Nasties films and … Continue reading

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A Teaser For ‘Stephen King’s Big Driver’ Debuts


You recall a few months back when I told you about Lifetime Network getting ready to jump aboard the Stephen King bandwagon with an adaptation of ‘Big Driver’ that would air around the haunt season.

Well, the haunt season is creeping up on us and as such Lifetime has given us our first look at what to expect via a nice new teaser.

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Video Games Spotlight: Next Gen Survival Horror

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You wipe away the sweat that’s trickling down your face, hear your heart pounding in sync with the thumping of your boots as you run from something, and yet, you’re safe in your living room, with the lights on, playing a game — a survival horror game. The next generation of gaming is here and with the arrival of the Microsoft’s XBox One and Sony’s Playstation 4, a crop of terrifying things await.

With satisfying … Continue reading

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Film Review: CĂ©line And Julie Go Boating (1974)

“A mysteriously linked pair of young women find their daily lives pre-empted by a strange boudoir melodrama that plays itself out in a hallucinatory parallel reality.” (courtesy IMDB)

Fantasy takes much of its vividness from dualisms, tensions between opposites, often symbolised by the meeting of two different kinds of world. A similar tension to that between modern and ancient is that between the rational and the irrational, the routine versus … Continue reading

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Film Review: As Above, So Below (2014) – Review 2



Continuing her father’s desperate search for the Philosopher’s Stone, Scarlett leads a team into the catacombs below Paris. Joined by a close friend, George, and her camera man, Benji, she begins to explore an uncharted section of the city of the dead encountering a door way to hidden horrors.

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Book Review: Ghost Heart – Author Weston Ochse and Yvonne Navarro

From the depths of night, the thing creeps along the ocean of imagination, pulling itself with talons jagged from too much murder. Hunger fuels the hunt as it searches for the light. Its hiss drowned out by the rock and roll music that thunders from man-sized speakers. A Human throng sways to the primal rhythms. Here and there are the lights it craves. With a cry, it launches from the back of its human … Continue reading

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Interview: David Boorboor (A Place In Hell) Exclusive Interview: David Boorboor / Director 

Movie: A Place In Hell

Tell us a little bit about “A Place In Hell”?“

A Place in Hell” is a new horror thriller that was inspired by a real serial killer who
existed during the 1980’s in Philadelphia. The film is a very suspenseful comedic story
with multiple story threads. Nicole Hart, played by Noree Victoria (Quarantine 2:
Terminal) plays a post grad … Continue reading

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SAW Returns for 10th Anniversary


Horror Film Which Ignited Blockbuster Franchise Will Be Available in Theaters for One Week Only Starting October 31, 2014

SANTA MONICA, CA August 27, 2014 – This Halloween, Lionsgate (NYSE: LGF) will celebrate the 10th anniversary of the theatrical release of SAW, the film that kicked off the most successful horror franchise in history, by bringing it back to theaters … Continue reading

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