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Book Review: Pathogen – Authors E.L. Loraine and Timothy Frasier


A scientist named Lexy and a group of survivors struggle to stay alive during a zombie outbreak. What caused the outbreak and why doesn’t the government seem to want a cure? Will Lexy and her cohorts discover the answers to these questions before it’s too late?


I read Timothy Frasier’s book Dark Frequencies a few months ago and absolutely loved it so I was eager to check out some more of his work. … Continue reading

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Film Review: The Iron Rose (1975)



A young couple out for a walk decide to take a stroll through a large cemetery. As darkness begins to fall they realize they can’t find their way out, and soon their fears begin to overtake them.


This was labeled and promoted as a horror movie but the director has said in interviews he meant for it to be taken as an art house film. I don’t find anything horrific or artful … Continue reading

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Film Review: Damned on Earth (2014)



The ordinary Hell official Amon is assigned with a strange task by Luzifer: Together with the chaotic, sex-crazed Samsaveel, he is in charge of stopping Belial, Prince of Hell, who’s gone out of control. In order to claim the thrones of Heaven and Hell, he uses a female body as a host, outwits Amon and Samsaveel and kills an angel. With this murder, he sparks a terrible war, because the forces of Heaven … Continue reading

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Relentless Horror FROM THE DARK Emerges from the Shadows This April

When a young couple embarks on a road trip through the Irish countryside, car trouble lands them in a place that few people would choose to visit, in the stunning new horror film FROM THE DARK. From the director of the acclaimed Stitches, it will be available on VOD and Digital Download from Dark Sky Films on April 14, 2015. Director Conor McMahon, the “mad genius” (We Got This Covered) behind the sensations … Continue reading

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Film Review: Girly (1970)



A wealthy, fatherless British clan kidnaps bums and hippies and forces them to participate in an elaborate role-playing game in which they are the perfect family; those who refuse or attempt escape are ritualistically murdered.


Girly is a bloodless, fully dressed, sober good time (yes it is possible) A group of adults play house like children, taking the roles of the mother, the nanny, the younger brother, and the kid sister. … Continue reading

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Film Review: Dysmorphia (2014)



Struggling siblings discover their dead uncle’s secret stash of lost horror films on videotape. The “tapes” feature demented solicitors, gruesome dares, parental murder, demonic technology, monstrous grapefruit and more. The siblings eagerly watch each of the shocking, bizarre, comedic and bloody horror films, but little do they realize that something very ghoulish and gruesome is about to happen to them.


There seems to have been a resurgence of horror anthology … Continue reading

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Film Review: Haunting of Cellblock 11 (2014)



A group of ghost hunters must up their game to compete in the competitive world of paranormal TV shows, leading them to a truly haunted prison with a grisly past that proves to be more than they bargained for.


Writer and Director: Andrew P. Jones
Stars: Jeffrey Johnson, Linara Washington, Charley Koontz, John Zderko

The haunting sub-genre of horror is over saturated thanks to the slew of films trying … Continue reading

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Film Review: Cannibal Hookers (1987)



A group of cannibal hookers go around eating everyone around them.


I have seen a lot of horror movies in my day and I can say that without a doubt Cannibal Hookers is the greatest one of them all. In fact, it may just be the best overall movie in the history of film. Just kidding, it’s actually very bad and probably one of the worst movies I’ve ever seen in my … Continue reading

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GOD TOLD ME TO Screening at Brooklyn’s Nitehawk Cinema

Larry Cohen’s 1976 film GOD TOLD ME TO will be screened at Brooklyn’s Nitehawk Cinema on Thursday, March 5, 2015 at 7:30 pm in DCP format. Following the screening, actors Tony LoBianco and Randy Jurgensen will be on hand to discuss the film. From the press release:

Armed with nothing but a cheap mail order rifle, an everyday Joe turns expert sniper, randomly taking out over a dozen New Yorkers. Devout detective Peter Nicholas … Continue reading

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Film Review: Goodbye Uncle Tom (1971)



Two documentary filmmakers go back in time to the pre-Civil War American South, to film the slave trade.


Goodbye Uncle Tom works as a fake documentary (yet mostly shot as a film) where journalist from the present day go back in time to interview slave owners and show raw footage of the harsh realities of the slave trade and suffrage of the African American people of this time. Made by Italians, shot … Continue reading


SHOCK CORRIDOR Screening at the Nitehawk

Sam Fuller’s cult film, SHOCK CORRIDOR (1963), will be screened on Wednesday, March 4, 2015 at 7:30 pm at Brooklyn’s Nitehawk Cinema:

A journalist seeking a Pulitzer Prize commits himself into a mental institution in Samuel Fuller’s SHOCK CORRIDOR. Presented in 35mm (courtesy of the UCLA Film and Television Archive ) with special guests to be announced!

In Samuel Fuller’s Shock Corridor, journalist Johnny Barret concocts an elaborate scheme to fake his way inside … Continue reading

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Horror Funding: ZombdMe


For many years, Apocalypse Toys has been making custom prototype action figures. The company is now all set to introduce their new toy line Termn8 Force Z. The zombie action figure ZombdMe is the star of this new toy line. The concept of this project revolves around a clash between the robot ninjas and zombies. However, the most extraordinary thing about ZombdMe is that it allows the buyers to create a 12 inch zombie toy … Continue reading

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The CHAIR Preps to Knock You Out of your Seats


Principal photography just wrapped up on the feature The CHAIR,  based on a 2006 graphic novel of the same name. 2d ebut Stills can be seen here.

Thhis psychological horror film film stars Bill Oberst Jr., Roddy Piper, Noah Hathaway, Zach Galligan, Naomi Grossman and a slew of other actors from film and television.

An innocent man on death row witnesses the murders of his fellow inmates at the hands of the psychotic Warden. To … Continue reading


Indie Horror Invasion of the Undead Invades VOD

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Invasion of the Undead, the first feature film from independent production company MonsterBuster Entertainment, is now available to rent and purchase digitally on Vimeo On Demand, with more digital outlets to follow shortly. An 80’s-style horror comedy in the vein of The Evil Dead and Big Trouble in Little China, this ambitious $17,000 film recently had a series of successful theatrical screenings in Atlanta, including a sold out premiere at the historic Plaza Theatre.

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Scream Factory Takes You DEEP IN THE DARKNESS


This spring, let’s venture into Ashborough, a quaint, small town in New Hampshire where its serenity and family-friendly settings are just pretenses for the ultimate terror!  The harrowing suspense thriller, infused with deadly small-town secrets and folklore from Michael Laimo’s celebrated novel Deep in the Darkness, leaps from the pages to the screen.  On April 21, 2015, SCREAM FACTORY™ will unleash DEEP IN THE DARKNESS on Blu-ray™ and DVD.  Based … Continue reading

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Horror funding: Umberto Lenzi NIGHTMARE CITY Remake


Monstaworx Entertainment is proud to announce that together with the legendary King Of Splatter & Gore TOM SAVINI we are currently developing the spectacular remake of Umberto Lenzi’s horror cult classic NIGHTMARE CITY, with several other legends of horror attached to the project.


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BBFC Bans the Horror Film HATE CRIME


PRESS RELEASE: BBFC bans the horror film HATE CRIME

Monday 2nd March 2015 – THE BBFC announced today that HATE CRIME, the first release in a new joint VOD venture between geek blog and TheHorrorShow.TV – has officially been banned in the UK. It is one of only four horror movies officially refused classification by the BBFC since 2009, the others being Grotesque, The Bunny Game and The … Continue reading

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Book Review: The Nightmare Girl – Author Jonathan Janz

The Nightmare Girl – by Jonathan Janz
Samhain Publishing, 2015
301 pages

You ever feel like no matter what good you do for someone, no matter how hard you try, you just can’t win? Well, let me introduce you to Joe Crawford. Joe was on his way home with his wife and young daughter when he realized he had to stop for gas. While pumping, he couldn’t help but notice a very … Continue reading

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Book Review: Skullcrack City – Author Jeremy Robert Johnson

Skullcrack City – by Jeremy Robert Johnson
Lazy Fascist Press, 2015
344 pages

Let me start off by making something abundantly clear – I am a huge fan of Jeremy Robert Johnson’s writing. My first encounter with this three-named serial killer of words was within the pages of The Bizarro Starter Kit (Orange), where I read his novella Extinction Journals (this is the same place I first found the work of D. … Continue reading

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Film Review: The Lazarus Effect (2015)


A group of medical students discover a way to bring dead patients back to life. After a successful, yet unsanctioned, trial on a newly deceased animal, the team is ready to unveil their breakthrough to the world. When the dean of their university learns of their underground experiments, their project is unexpectedly shut down and their materials confiscated. Frank, Zoe and their team take matters into their own hands, launching a rogue attempt … Continue reading

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Bloody Sushi-western SAMURAI AVENGER: THE BLIND WOLF Surfaces Under Synapse Films


Movies Unjustly ignored on its release, director Kurando Mitsutake’s tale of a modern day blind swordsman assassin turns Japanese genre conventions upside down. Fans have long requested this wild mix of Tarantino and ZATOICHI in HD, and Synapse Films has pulled out all the stops to create an awesome special edition for release only on Blu-ray.

The New Action Classic from the Director of GUN WOMAN Finally Comes to Blu-ray from Synapse … Continue reading

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