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Over the Top Movies Now Stream at New Channel Midnight Pulp

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DIGITAL MEDIA RIGHTS LAUNCHES GENRE CHANNEL, MIDNIGHT PULP Midnight Pulp is an over-­‐the-­‐top digital video streaming channel powered by Zype and widely available to consumers via web, mobile, set top boxes, and smart TV’s.

Channel to premiere highly curated feature films and television programs specializing in cult, paranormal, sci-­‐fi, horror, grindhouse and action. Watch Midnight Pulp at

Digital Media Rights (DMR) announced today the launch of over-­‐ the-­‐top (OTT) digital video streaming channel, Midnight Pulp, … Continue reading

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Film Review: Diabolique (1955)

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The wife of a cruel headmaster and his mistress conspire to kill him, but after the murder is committed, his body disappears, and strange events begin to plague the two women.

REVIEW:

“She’ll bury us all. Won’t you, my little ruin?”

Henri-Georges Clouzot’s 1955 film, The Devils, is a pioneering example of early psychological noir cinema told in that claustrophobically paranoiac way often characterized by Alfred Hitchcock (in … Continue reading

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New Short Opens PORTAL TO HELL to Feature

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The upcoming Roddy Piper-starring short film PORTAL TO HELL has just signed a deal with distributor Raven Banner, who will come aboard the feature film version. Raven Banner will take Canadian distribution and international sales, joining XYZ Films who will rep the feature’s US rights.

The short film PORTAL TO HELL is about Jack (Piper), a semi-retired building manager who discovers a supernatural portal in the basement, and with the help of a privileged divorcé … Continue reading

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Film Review: Starry Eyes (2013) – Review 2

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Starry Eyes utilizes the same approach genre films from the 1970’s used, where the horror stems from the character and what they are going through and where the horror represents the internal working of a character

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‘Fame, it’s not your brain, it’s just the flame,’ a great philosopher once wrote, ‘That burns your change to keep you insane.’ And that slice of 80s new romantic song writing couldn’t be truer than … Continue reading

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Film Review: Zombie eXs (2012)

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The newest fad in H2O drinks turns a lady’s man’s many ex girlfriends into zombies who have one idea – getting back together with him dead or alive.

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Director: George Smith
Writers: Jean Cohen & George Smith
Stars: Alex Hammel-Shaver, Madison Hart, Scott Keebler

I dig me a good comedy-horror. Love them. Cherish them. To me, there’s nothing more satisfying than kicking back on the couch with some … Continue reading

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Film Review: Lucky Sky Diamond (1990)

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A woman wakes up on a hospital bed, choking and writhing in agony. She quickly realizes that wherever she is, it sure as hell isn’t her local clinic. The place is dark, filthy and full of video cameras – all pointed at her. She seems to be hallucinating, and soon attracts the attention of a doctor and nurse. They try to subdue and comfort her, before preparing to conduct experiments … Continue reading

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Film Review: Field Freak (2014)

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A family moves into a secluded cabin only to be terrorized by a mysterious creature.

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I watched a movie called Field Freak and I don’t know what to write about it. I thought the perfect way to start my review would be to tell everyone reading it that I wasn’t sure what would be coming out of my mind and through my fingers. What you are reading was not … Continue reading

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Film Review: Bates Motel (1987)

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After Norman Bates dies in the lunatic asylum following the events of Psycho he leaves his motel to one of his fellow inmates named Alex. When Alex is released from the asylum he attempts to reopen the motel when all sorts of strange and wacky things start to take place. Is the ghost of Norman’s long-dead mother haunting the place or is there something a lot goofier going on? A pilot for … Continue reading

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Film Review: Die Die Delta Pi (2013)

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In late 1980s, when times were fun, technology was changing, clothes were Rad and girls were Bad; there was one thing that didn’t change, traditions. Delta Pi, a long-lasting sorority institution in the heart of Tampa, Florida, keeps that tradition “alive”…until late 1986 Spring Break when a serial killer was just coming to light.

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Being English, my knowledge of sorority and fraternity culture is gathered through my exposure to the silver … Continue reading

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Film Review: Amerikan Holokaust (2013)

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Two unemployed Vietnam vets spend their time abducting, raping and torturing women, training them to be their slaves until they grow tired and move on to their next victim. One of the men is married; when his wife reveals an erotic fantasy she has about a young woman she knows, they unwisely choose the girl as their next target.

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Amerikan Holokaust chronicles the exploits of … Continue reading

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Film Review: Optica (2013)

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In the southern tier region of Western New York there is a dense wooded area known as “The Hollows”. Regarded as cursed by the Senecas, the region has been the site of strange lights, inexplicable sounds, countless disappearances, and brutal murders. This documentary includes footage found in “The Hollows” at an abandoned camp site. The individual who filmed these images has never been found.

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I remember it was late one night, … Continue reading

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Film Review: Preservation (2014)

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An anesthesiologist (Wrenn Schmidt) must awaken her animal instincts when she, her husband and her brother-in-law become the quarry of unseen hunters who want to turn them all into trophies.

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Self preservation is something we all have inside of us. When we are pushed into a corner we often act in surprising ways in order to protect ourselves. The film ‘Preservation’ (get it?) focuses on a wife and expectant mother being … Continue reading

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Film Review: Naughty, Dirty, Nasty (2014)

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A young beautiful woman (Krystal “Pixie” Adams) slips into an erotic fantasy world of dreams and nightmares guided by a devilish sex demon (Bob Glazier) who shows the woman both pain and pleasure. As the young woman slips deeper and deeper into this provocative realm,she is faced with sexy sirens, graveyard harlots, seductive vampires, wild witches, bondage queens, wicked wardens and bloodthirsty cannibal lesbians. What other thrilling and titillating excitement is waiting … Continue reading

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Film Review: Erebus (2014)

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Erebus is an anthology horror film inspired by the well-documented history of supernatural phenomenon in Rhode Island. Using Block Island’s intimate setting as a backdrop.

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I don’t know about you but I find anthologies to be a fascinating piece of the cinematic landscape. They are basically collections of short films brought together in a nice little package to make for easier viewing. Instead of having to seek out multiple twenty minute … Continue reading

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DRACULA OF THE APES Novel Trilogy Swings Into Action

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 Dracula of the Apes picks up where Bram Stoker’s Dracula left off and Edgar Rice Burroughs’ Tarzan of the Apes began. In this horror/fiction hybrid, genre-jumping indie author G. Wells Taylor puts a terrifying twist on a pair of timeless classics. The complete trilogy is now available to download with Book One: The Urn FREE and Books Two: The Ape and Three: The Curse for $3.99 each at Amazon, iBooks, Barnes and Noble, … Continue reading

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Film Review: 2 Little Monsters (2012)

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Based on true events, Carl Withers and James Landers return to society at age eighteen, after having been incarcerated since they were ten for the murder of a small child.

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David Schmoeller, noteworthy director of PUPPET MASTER, TOURIST TRAP, and CRAWLSPACE, returns to tread the same water as HENRY: PORTRAIT OF A SERIAL KILLER, THE SNOWTOWN MURDERS, and FUNNY GAMES. Like those films, 2 LITTLE MONSTERS, based on true events, … Continue reading

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Film Review: Blood Lake: Attack of the Killer Lampreys (2014)

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After chomping through the fish population, thousands of starved lampreys begin attacking the citizens of a sleepy lake town, and the community scrambles to stay alive.

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I have made no secret of my love for the films of The Asylum, so if you really hate films like Sharknado, Two Headed Shark Attack, and Supercroc, I should tell you to stop reading right now. Because I love this film more than any thing … Continue reading

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Film Review: Thr33 Days Dead (2014)

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Patrick, Jeff, and Justin go to the lake to fish, and their day is ruined when zombies overtake the city.

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The fact that the term “zomcom” has become common slang in the horror community since it was coined when “Shaun of the Dead” premiered ten years ago is proof positive how much the subgenre has exploded. Though large scale efforts tend to maintain the gravitas of their presented situations, many in … Continue reading

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NEVER LET GO Updates with New Stills

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Acclaimed director Howard J Ford’s latest feature NEVER LET GO has entered post production, Shot under wraps in Morocco, Spain US and the UK, the action thriller follows the harrowing journey of Lisa, a single mother (played by Angela Dixon) whose daughter is abducted whilst on holiday. In a desperate race against time Lisa will stop at nothing to find her missing child. Also starring is Bafta award winning actress Lisa Eichhorn.

Writer/Director Howard, famed for … Continue reading

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Silent Night, Deadly Night Arrives for Holidays in New Fright-Rags Box set

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Controversial slasher Silent Night, Deadly Night turns 30 this year, and Fright-Rags has commemorated the holiday horror classic with a line of new merchandise. Prepare to be punished!

Any horror fan would be elated to find the Silent Night, Deadly Night limited edition box set under their tree this Christmas. Enclosed in a collector’s box, the set contains a shirt designed by Justin Osbourn, a Christmas sweater-style sweatshirt by Joe Guy Allard, a … Continue reading

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Exclusive Look at THE PHOENIX PROJECT – with New Trailer

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A thrilling story following four young scientists and their pursuit to reanimate dead organisms, this film is opening in select theaters & on VOD/Digital Download this January 16th, 2015!

In Select Theaters & VOD/Digital Download on January 16th, 2015

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