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Outlander: Season 1, Volume 2 Limited Collector’s Edition Blu-ray Arrives Sept. 29


Fans can now complete their Season One collection when OUTLANDER: SEASON 1, VOLUME 2 arrives on Digital HD Sept. 28 and  Sept. 29 when a specially curated Limited Collector’s Edition will be released along with the Blu-ray™ and DVD from Sony Pictures Home Entertainment.  In addition to all the special features included on the Blu-ray™, The Limited Collector’s Edition boasts ...

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Film Review: Night of the Flesh Eaters (2008)


SYNOPSIS: In the woods, no one can hear you eaten.. Starring James Lemire, Gia Franzia, David Rosenhaus, Eric Daman, Fred Stoverink, Jessica Green, J.R. McGarrity Written & Directed by J.R. McGarrity REVIEW: Talk about a crazy original piece, “Night of the Flesh Eaters” is exactly that, part horror and part comedy. From the getgo we are taken into the woods ...

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Film Review: Destroy All Spiders (short film) (2011)


SYNOPSIS: A B-movie actress (Jamie Normand) & her would-be killer (Martin Hovsepian) are trapped and must put their differences aside in order to fight off giant, intelligent spiders, with a deadly agenda to enslave humanity. “Night of the Living Dead” meets Giant Spiders in “Destroy all Spiders!!” – This short film harkens back to those awful 1970′s drive-in monster movies, ...

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Film Review: The Girl with The Dragon Tattoo (2009)


SYNOPSIS: Forty years ago, Harriet Vanger disappeared from a family gathering on the island owned and inhabited by the powerful Vanger clan. Her body was never found, yet her uncle is convinced it was murder and that the killer is a member of his own tightly knit but dysfunctional family. He employs disgraced financial journalist Mikael Blomkvist and the tattooed, ...

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Christopher Saint’s New Book PARANOIA Takes us Into the Spectral World


Personal note from author Christopher Saint Booth. I am very proud to announce the completion of my first book entitled PARANOIA – The Strange Case of Ghosts, Demons and Aliens. It spans from my first ghostly encounter at a young age through my work with Syfy and goes behind the screams of this spiritual adventure. With 28 chapters covering 18 locations ...

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Film Review: Requiem for a Vampire (Vierges et vampires) (1971)


SYNOPSIS: Two pubescent, pig-tailed, virgin schoolgirls, Michelle [Mirielle d’Argent] and Marie [Marie Pierre Castel], run away from their school and find themselves lost in a cemetery which leads to a chateau inhabited by vampires and naked women in chains. The girls try to escape, but they are bitten by the vampires’ aging Master. The Master decides to initiate the girls ...

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Book Review: Last Train to Deadsville – Author Steve Niles


LAST TRAIN TO DEADSVILLE (TPB) Written by Steve Niles Artwork by Kelley Jones Published by Dark Horse Publication Date: 2005 Format: color with 144 pages Price: $2.95 Something about the graphic novel “Last Train to Deadsville” feels classic. I can’t put my finger on it but when you read it you expect to see some old detective calling everyone “dame” ...

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Film Review: Deadball (2011)


SYNOPSIS: Japan’s most dangerous juvenile delinquent leads a team of hardened criminals onto a deadly baseball battlefield in this wild and crazy splatter comedy! REVIEW: Another dynamically visual product from the Sushi Typhoon gang, “Dead Ball” adds a zany flair to the art of throwing baseballs combined with prison life. It may come as a surprise but the term “dead ...

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Book Review: The Devil Onscreen – Author Charles P. Mitchell


by Charles P. Mitchell Published by McFarland & Company Publication Date: 2002 Format: Black /White – 344 pages Price: $15.99 You don’t see hard cover releases as much these days. and that’s a shame. though with a film book dedicated to Mephistopheles a hard cover is well deserved. Unlike other horror books, this one concentrates solely on the inclusion of ...

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Film Review: Sacred Flesh (2000)


SYNOPSIS: The uncontrollable virginity of women has become as dangerous to the Church as uncontrollable sexuality. There are those who question all aspects of women and who see the female as the harbinger of the Devil, bewitching all men with her cunning. REVIEW: Sacred Flesh with its classy dialog and Shakespearian flair could easily be subtitled “Sister Mary wants to ...

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Book Review: The Empire of Death – Author Paul Koudounaris


The Empire of Death: A Cultural History of Ossuaries and Charnel Houses “The Empire of Death”, is quite an achievement. First off before we get into the book itself, “The Empire of Death”” in my opinion represents the example of a perfect book. It’s $50 price tag may seem intimidating but what you get is a hardbound edition with full ...

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SNUFF: THE ANTHOLOGY Now Accepting Submissions


Mad Sin Cinema and LostWitch Releasing are now accepting submissions for Snuff: The Anthology. From Shane Ryan, creator of the Amateur Porn Star Killer Trilogy, Snuff will bring to you the finest faux rape and murder scenes from around the globe. “The best part for the filmmakers,” says Ryan, “is that we’ve worked out a deal so that even films not accepted into the anthology ...

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