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Film Review: Cat in the Brain (Gatto nel cervello, Un) (1990)

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SYNOPSIS: Italian horror director Lucio Fulci’s mind is his own worst nightmare in this graphically gory fright fest that gained a cult following thanks to an initial ban in the United Kingdom and one of the highest body counts in European cinema. In the midst of completing his latest masterpiece, Fulci is gripped by horrifying specters from his other films. ...

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Book Review: Terminator Genisys: Resetting the Future – Author David S. Cohen

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Terminator Genisys: Resetting the Future by David S Cohen (Author), Arnold Schwarzenegger (Foreword) 2015 brings us to a whole new entry into the Terminator franchise. The name of the film “Terminator Genisys”. With it arrives the original central characters, Sarah, Kyle, John, and of course our mainstay favorite, Arnold Schwarzenegger (as “some form” of his Terminator self). We’ve seen variations ...

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Book Review: The Donors – Author Jeffrey Wilson

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THE DONORS By Jeffrey Wilson JournalStone Publishing Every now and again the literary world presents a gift unto horror fans that is the pinnacle of restoring all that is delightfully macabre in the realm of terror. Undoubtedly Jeffrey Wilson is one such gift. Breaking away from the monotony and refusing to gravitate to saturated markets the masses salivate over, Wilson ...

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Film Review: Cypher (2002)

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SYNOPSIS: An unsuspecting, disenchanted man finds himself working as a spy in the dangerous, high-stakes world of corporate espionage. Quickly getting way over-his-head, he teams up with a mysterious femme fatale. REVIEW: When this movie first came onto my radar, I was suprised that it hadn’t received more attention. It’s plot can get a “slight” bit complex, but not to ...

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LAKE PLACID VS. ANACONDA – Need We say More?

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The killer crocs from “Lake Placid” and giant snakes from “Anaconda” clash in the all-new creature feature LAKE PLACID VS. ANACONDA, debuting on Unrated DVD and Digital HD August 4 from Sony Pictures Home Entertainment. When an experiment to cross-breed giant crocodiles and giant Anacondas goes horribly wrong, a small town sheriff must find a way to destroy the two ...

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Raffaele Picchio’s Banned in Italy MORITURIS – To Bluray!

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One of the most talked-about films of the 2011 Fantasia Film Festival, Raffaele Picchio’s MORITURIS quickly became controversial for its scenes of extreme horror, which got the film banned in in its home country of Italy. But over the years its reputation has grown into that of a new Italian horror classic, reminiscent of the works of Lamberto Bava (DEMONS) ...

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Explosive Dark Fiction Release Explores Sexual Abuse Through the Eyes of a Child

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Groundbreaking Work from Bram Stoker Award®-Nominated Author Coming August 2015, Publisher Grey Matter Press Reveals Cover Art CHICAGO, June 29, 2015 — The new fiction release from Bram Stoker Award®-nominated author John F.D. Taff, THE SUNKEN CATHEDRAL, takes readers on one man’s harrowing life-long journey of self-awareness that leads through a darkly emotional place—the world of institutional abuse as seen ...

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AN HONEST LIAR – James ‘The Amazing’ Randi Documentary Materializes June

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Since its world premiere at the 2014 Tribeca Film Festival, AN HONEST LIAR, the documentary on James ‘The Amazing’ Randi, has amassed “best documentary” festival awards and critical acclaim, including being chosen as a New York Times “Critic’s Pick”. After a successful nation-wide theatrical release, the film has been at the top of the iTunes documentary chart since its digital ...

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Olive Films Announce August Bluray Titles

Independent U.S. distributors Olive Films have announced that they will add a number of new titles to their catalog in August. Amongst them are: Keith Gordon’s The Singing Detective, Mickey Rose’s Student Bodies, Guy Ferland’s The Babysitter, and Roger Christian’s The Sender. The Singing Detective The Singing Detective boasts a line-up of top rank talent including Academy Award-winner Adrien Broody ...

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