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Comic Review: Dracula: The Company of Monsters – Issue 1

Issue: Dracula: The Company of Monsters #1 Creator/Story: Kurt Busiek Writer: Daryl Gregory Artist: Scott Godlewski Colors: Stephen Downer Letters: Johnny Lowe Cover Artist: Dan Brereton, Ron Salas Editor: Dafna Pleban Publisher: BOOM! Studios Release Date: August 2010 Pages: 28 Price: $3.99 “He’s back from the dead and starring in a new ongoing horror series from the mind of Kurt …

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Trailer: Cell Count (2012)

Russell Carpenter reluctantly admits his wife Sadie into an experimental treatment facility for her life threatening disease. While locked in this prison like surrounding they, along with 6 others, are unknowingly subjected to a cure that might just be worse than the disease itself.  

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Trailer: VS (2011)

Other sites around the net are calling it a blending of KICK ASS and SAW and after checking out the trailer I have to admit, that’s pretty much what it is. The whole idea seems to be that some kind of arch nemesis (payed by the dude that plays DEXTER’S dad) kidnaps all the worlds super heroes and then forces …

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Comic Review: The Guardian – Issue 1

Lia Scott Price’s Vampire Guardian Angels The Guardian Issue 1 In the beginning there was God and His Angels, Angels are supposed to protect us, not this one. Well, here it is, at last the beginning of the end for all that is holy. Our world is no longer safe, not with a particular Guardian Angel who’s tired of the …

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Film Review: Videodrome (1983) – Review 2

SYNOPSIS: “The president of Civic TV Channel 83, Max Renn, is always looking for new cheap and erotic movies for his station. When his employee, Harlan, decodes a pirate video broadcast showing torture, murder, and mutilation called Videodrome, Max becomes obsessed to get this series for his channel. He contacts his supplier, Masha, and asks her to find the party …

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Book Review: Apex Predator – Author S.M. Douglas

Apex Predator By S.M. Douglas Winston Publishing 256 Pages A barrage of macabre suicides involving high finance bankers has even national security perplexed. While agent William Brody races against the clock to bring the immoral to justice he soon realizes the global ramifications and the unholy lineage in his investigation. Apex Predator will mark the first reading odyssey taken with …

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Plagiarism in Hollywood Films – The Invasion of the Screenplay Snatchers – Part 1

“The only ‘ism’ Hollywood believes in is plagiarism.”- Dorothy Parker 2016 has ended with the usual chorus of journalists endlessly recapping the year’s major and minor events. But they overlooked one Hollywood story that’s subject should have been near and dear to any writer’s heart—plagiarism. It all started in 2012 when French filmmaker Luc Besson co-wrote and took sole story …

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Film Review: Rogue (2008)

SYNOPSIS: When feuding brothers David (Andy Serkis) and Peter (Reece Shearsmith) abduct a young woman (Jennifer Ellison) and hole up in a remote rural cottage, their hostage quickly turns the tables on her captors. But soon, it’s all for one when they find that the deranged farmer next door is the real threat. Hellraiser’s Doug Bradley makes a cameo in …

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Vamps: Crimson Necrotic

  BIO: Crimson Necrotic is brand new to the modeling/acting scene and isn’t wasting anytime it seems. She recently stumbled upon Barely Rotten Girls fan page on Facebook and entered their present contest featured with horrornews.net. She has quickly made waves and garnered many fans in a short amount of time. A relative unknown, she has huge plans for the future. She is planning …

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Film Review: Shark Killer (2015)

SYNOPSIS: The services of shark killer Ace Hunter have been engaged by his brother Jake, the head of a West Coast crime ring. The gig: kill the black-finned shark that swallowed a valuable diamond during a gang transaction. Enlisted to keep an eye on Ace is Jake’s girlfriend, Jasmine. But Ace and Jasmine’s relationship deepens with the threats from a …

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Film Review: Doctor No (1962)

SYNOPSIS: “James Bond 007, seductive British secret agent, has been sent to the West Indies to investigate the disappearance of British agent John Strangway and his secretary. Once arriving, 007 becomes suspicious of scientist Professor Dent, who was the last person to have seen Strangway before he disappeared. After learning Professor Dent is working for a terrorist with metal hands, …

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Film Review: The 6th Extinction (2012)

SYNOPSIS: The end of days has spawned a vampire apocalypse as four strangers struggle to stay alive within the confines of a desolate home. REVIEW: Directed by: John Vincent Starring: Eric Maurer, Mahssa Rashidy, Michael Bugard Every now and again a film comes along that is so completely inspiring it moves aspiring artists to jump in with both feet and …

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Film Review: Farm (2010)

SYNOPSIS: Charlie and his little brother Simon live a secluded life, feeding off of the land and surviving on their own. The monotony of their lives remains unchanged: day after day, month after month, yet, something keeps them from growing comfortable, from feeling safe. And all too soon, the nightmare brewing beneath the surface of their quiet farm life will …

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Film Review: The Bye Bye Man (2017)

SYNOPSIS: When three college students move into an old house off campus, they unwittingly unleash a supernatural entity known as The Bye Bye Man, who comes to prey upon them once they discover his name. The friends must try to save each other, all the while keeping The Bye Bye Man’s existence a secret to save others from the same …

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