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A couple of Australians introduce three American backpackers to the local legend of Lemon Tree Passage where a ghost of a motorcyclist warns young drivers to slow down. After seeing the ghost first hand they uncover a malevolent force that posses the area and threatens to wreak havoc on the final days of their vacation. Isolated and ten thousand miles from home, the tourists find themselves caught in the clutches of an … Continue reading
The highly controversial, Synthetic-Metal duo Chiildren have released their newest track entitled “O’ Child” (produced by Michael Keene of The Faceless) from their upcoming EP “The Circle Narrows.” The EP, which does not yet have an official release date, also features artwork from Steven Johnson Leyba.
“It has been an honor to work with producer, Michael Keene, on The Circe Narrows EP. His knowledge and understanding of metal, industrial, and … Continue reading
The music of Celldweller is hard to encapsulate in a mere review. It’s equivalent at times to the image of a towering beast emerging from its unearthly catacomb to lay waste upon unexpecting cities. It’s science fiction symphonics woven together with voicings of modern metal guitars transformed under dub stepping, complex mixing, and orchestral harmonics.
As I listened to the 4 tracks of “Soundtrack for the voice in my head Chapter 3″, I was … Continue reading
The latest release is titled “End of an Empire” by audio wizard Celldweller. The release makes use of 3 tracks remixed for a total of 15 tracks. The tracks being “End of an Empire”, “Faction” and “Lost in Time”
Right in line with his previous work, Celldweller’s audio pieces are indeed designed for a master Rave setting taking things further with its influence of metal guitars, synthesized audio jaunts and electronic drum beats.
The … Continue reading
Ah, we love em, we hate em…those nasty spell-casting witches of film. Witches of cinema are figures we came to know very quickly in life. Most of us got our first dose with the all-too-familiar movie, “Wizard of Oz”. This inclusion was taken even further as we started to see more witches pop up in horror and fantasy-themed films. When we took on the task of a “top 10 witches list” we also discovered that … Continue reading
Orlando, Florida based Dark Electronic band Ludovico Technique have released their “Deeper Into You” music video. The track comes from their album “Some Things Are Beyond Therapy” (Metropolis Records).
Check Out Ludovico Technique’s “Deeper Into You” Music Video:
Aldo Requena, also renowned as “Valgorth” is an Argentinian creator with a passion for art, designs, coding and digital media. He specializes in the creation of characters, creatures and artwork with macabre, sci-fi or surreal themes. His breakthrough came in 2005, producing the cover art for the German heavy metal band â€˜Paragonâ€™. Since then he has created covers, album art, character designs, graphic art and been involved with web design and branding for various … Continue reading
The brand new record from Detroit, Michigan-based electronic rock visionary Celldweller has been released via FiXT. “Love” is the second installment of the boundary-breaking and genre-defying “End of an Empire” record. Pushing the limits of both electronic and rock music, “Love” sends the listener into a frenzy fueled by adrenaline and emotion. Through innovation and uncompressed composition, “End of an Empire (Chapter 02: Love)” proves to listeners over and over why Celldweller remains at … Continue reading
Throughout the year, dozens of horror films – possibly hundreds – are introduced to movie audiences within the confines of Horror Film Festivals both domestic and abroad. Many highly regarded and positively reviewed films grab mega buzz on horror sites and in fright film circles but never get a wide theatrical release or much press surrounding their DVD, VOD and Blu-Ray releases. Many fall aside buried by higher profile, but often far inferior, films.
On … Continue reading
Detroit, Michigan-based electronic rock visionary Celldweller has announced the pre-order for “End of an Empire (Ch 02: Love).” The new release, “Love,” is the second installment of the boundary-breaking album, “End of an Empire.” The record pushes the limits of rock-driven electronic music while sending the listener into a frenzy fueled by adrenaline and emotion. The record is set drop on Dec. 5.
The greatest horror movies often leave a lasting impression on its viewers, whether that be through the fear they imparted or the sheer visual impact many carry. I know many will have their particular favourites, but here are our top 5 masks in horror movie history.
The â€˜Screamâ€™ Mask – Scream
Endlessly parodied by many a sub-rate comedy looking for a cheap laugh and horror reference, the reputation of the â€˜Screamâ€™ mask and the … Continue reading
One of the great things about horror films is that they can explore themes that other genre films simply canâ€™t.Â One of hallmarks of horror is that it confronts us with horrible things. That said, this list isnâ€™t necessarily made up of the horrible things horror films have shown us, but also scenes that were so disturbing that they crossed into horrorâ€”some come from films that stray across genre lines.Â Also, many thanks go out to my … Continue reading
Iâ€™ve been watching horror films my entire life and as such I have seen more death scenes than I could every possibly count. Some of them have been quite fun and awesome while others were pretty lame and left a lot to be desired. There are some that really stand out for a number of reasons thanks to the fact that they are interesting or original, but the ones that always had an impact on … Continue reading
Finding gems in the rough has always been one of my greatest pleasures in dealing with the horror genre. That said, every film and its impact is experienced differently (no matter how much you may like a title). This small group of gems is among my favorite titles that “I” feel were underrated or simply dismissed in the rush of upcoming and incoming releases. As a horror web site, we know full well that every … Continue reading
The theme of incorporating a scary clown into the realm of horror begs to challenge your psyche with a character we should adore and love. Yet is exchanged with that of something twisted beyond comprehension. It’s that affinity between what we “should” love turned backwards into something evil and loathing.
On the note of loathing we have 3 clowns as of late that simply push the envelope in their department never offering viewers a chance … Continue reading
Goblin, the Italian progressive rock band best known the world over for scoring some of Dario Argentoâ€™s most entertaining films, is announcing that pre-orders are being taken for their new albumÂ Four Of A KindÂ throughÂ Pledge Music. Â Fans have a choice of pledging various amounts in return for ultra-cool merchandise.Â From the press release:
Players of horror games simply donâ€™t get enough kudos nowadays. Watch a horror film and whether you enjoy feeling scared or not, you only have to sit there for two hours or so. Play a horror game with gut-wrenching graphics, a shockingly good storyline and haunting sound and yes, you may get to have a break every now and again, but thatâ€™s often fourteen hours of fear the horror gamer must go through; … Continue reading
You’ve probably found you way here as a fan of Zombie’s movies. Seeing that Rob still has “not” created and released 10 films makes it hard to present this as a top 10 list. We know that true Rob Zombie fans don’t need a list (as most can likely recite them off effortlessly without thinking twice) but….. we also have come to learn that many new viewers aren’t so savvy and could use a little … Continue reading
My name is Jessica and I make zombies! More like zombie pets.. I was born and raised in Rochester, NY where I had a unique childhood. I was raised primarily by my Mother, a well known local Psychic Medium with a radio show and features in Fate magazine and other publications. It was a ride growing up to say the least! Art was always an escape for me and I found the therapeutic value … Continue reading
David Culbertson was born in 1969 in Eureka, Kansas. Self-taught, he has been painting since 1998.He has always loved the artwork and the space of the Southwest and moved to Santa Fe, N.M. in May 2010 to further his interests in the culture and art.
From idea to tangible form, I love to create original artwork that engages the viewer.
My current works are explorations in dark and macabre art.It’s a mortality issue that … Continue reading
My name is Jason Grim and I am a self portrait artist. My photographs are influenced by horror novelists, cinema, and video games. I graduated from the University of North Florida with a Bachelors in Fine Art Photography in 2013, which was a time when I was creating social commentary works. However, my love for the horror genre and want to create horror films one day seeped into my photographic works. I have provided … Continue reading