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Fright Flick: Breaking Glass Pictures – announces new release


November 22, 2010 – Philadelphia, PA — Breaking Glass Pictures has announced the January 25 DVD release of Israel Luna’s “Fright Flick.” The horror-comedy – which combines satire with over-the-top gore – arrives on the heels of Luna’s recent cult phenomenon “Ticked-Off Trannies with Knives” and will be released under Breaking Glass Pictures’ Vicious Circle Films label. Luna shows audiences just how cut-throat show business can be in this bloody, outrageous horror-comedy that satirizes the … Continue reading

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OCTOBER-MOON 2-November-Son: arrives 02.15.10


Two years after a gay obsession became a murderous rage, a mother still cries out for her dead son. A best friend begs for a new companion. A jilted fiancĂ©e can’t shake the gruesome image of her dead lover. They all seek answers to end their guilt, and think they’ve found it when two mysterious, handsome men enter their lives. Soon, however, hope and peace evolve into terror and paranoia as the psycho drama enveloping … Continue reading

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Blood Fare: Teaser Trailer arrives per J.A. Steel


SALT LAKE CITY, UT. – On November 22, 2010, J.A. Steel, the award winning female writer and director, released the first teaser trailer of her fourth feature film “Blood Fare”. “Blood Fare” is a Civil War ghost story with a modern twist, by J.A. Steel and Co-Producer Christian K. Koch. It is the tale of Corporal Henry Trout (S. Edward Meek – “Wild Stallion”), who in 1861 fought valiantly in a forgotten skirmish after the … Continue reading


Rue Morgue unleashes Rue Morgue Digital

Toronto, CANADA – RUE MORGUE, the world’s leading horror in culture and entertainment magazine has just become the first horror magazine to unleash an all new electronic version of its ongoing print magazine, now available for PC and Mac desktops through the Yudu digital newsstand ( and as an app for iPhone, iTouch and iPad. RUE MORGUE Digital offers readers all the latest horror news, reviews, interviews and editorial that has made the multiple award-winning magazine … Continue reading

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Magazine Review: Rue Morgue Magazine – Issue 106

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You may have seen it, you may not like it, you may have some stronger feelings about it…but there is no denying its present impact as a first release has the horror fan communities quickly exchanging copies with a simple “you’ve got to see this”. Just as soon as “Human Centipede was gaining momentum on the horrific circle, comes along a strange entry that tops it with the single title of “A Serbian film”. Yes, … Continue reading

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Book Review: Zombie Dictionary – The A-Z Guide to Staying Alive – Author Dr. Dale Seslick


Dr Dale’s Zombie Dictionary: The A-Z Guide to Staying Alive [Paperback] Dr. Dale loves the zombies…and if I must say, has picked a pretty good time to write about them in the present day gaggle of zombie films, books and walking dead infatuations. This isn’t the first I’ve seen books in this same theme but each brings to the table a new perspective of comedic survivor tips. This book takes a deeper plunge by referencing … Continue reading

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Book Review: An A to Z of the Occut – Author Simon Cox


AN A TO Z OF THE OCCULT (SIMON COX’S A TO Z) by Simon Cox (Author), Mark Foster (Author) Published by Mainstream Publishing Publication Date: 2008 Format: Black /White (with some color inserts) 240 pages Price: $24.95 How about some occult training in shorter doses? The latest book by author Simon Cox & Mark Foster offers just that . A crash course in a bit of everything for readers and interested parties in the occult. … Continue reading

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Book Review: The Nightmare Factory


THE NIGHTMARE FACTORY (PAPERBACK) Written by Joe Harris, Stuart Moore, Thomas Ligotti Art by Colleen Doran, Ben Templesmith. Ted McKeever, & Michael Gaydos Published by Harper Paperbacks Publication Date: 2007 Format: Color – 112 pages Price: $17.99 “The Nightmare Factory” as it is so called. A collection of 4 short stories based on the work of Thomas Ligotti . In fact he stopped by to include one page written introductions to all. This comic is … Continue reading

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Fiji Mermaid short film seeks kickstarter help with treats for you!

fiji Russell Richards has just sent over a video that gives us a nice background about his short film production in process. Not only that but depending on your contribution you can get some really cool movie treats out of the deal.

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Book Review: Vampire Films – Authors Colin Odell, Michelle Le Blanc


VAMPIRE FILMS Author Colin Odell and Michelle Le Blanc Published by Pocket Essentials Publication Date: 2008 Format: Black /White – 160 pages Price: $9.95 Big content under a small package! My latest book review comes in the form of the new release from Pocket Essentials called “Vampire Films”. Pocket Essentials are really cool reads. They are small but not small on information. My only wish was that there were pictures, though that would probably increase … Continue reading

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Book Review: The Rough Guide to American Independent film – Author Jessica Winter


THE ROUGH GUIDE TO AMERICAN INDEPENDENT FILM (ROUGH GUIDE REFERENCE) (PAPERBACK) Author Jessica Winter Published by Rough Guides Publication Date: 2006 Format: 2 Color – 277 pages Price: $14.99 Independent films is a tough one, as most cult films fall into that category. This book could easily be re-titled “cult films” though the base and focus is geared towards the independent term. The truth is, there are alot of great cult films, profiles, undergrounds, nasties … Continue reading

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Film Review: Assault Girls (2009)


SYNOPSIS: When a video-game company creates an immersive gaming environment where players wage war against gigantic sand-dwelling monsters, three gorgeous gals armed to the teeth (Meisa Kuroki, Hinako Saeki and Rinko Kikuchi) accept the challenge and jump into the virtual desert. But as they blaze their way into the game’s higher levels, they face ever-more ferocious foes. Yoshikazu Fujiki also stars in this sci-fi action flick from director Mamoru Oshii. REVIEW: By all usual standards … Continue reading

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Book Review: The Witch Book – Author Raymond Buckland


THE WITCH BOOK (PAPERBACK) Author Raymond Buckland Published by Visible Ink Press Publication Date: 2001 Format: Black /White – 624 pages Price: $24.95 Author Raymond Buckland is one to be respected. He has spent the better part of his life researching and engaging into he studies of witchcraft. With over 30 titles to his name, I couldn’t think of anyone better to author an encyclopedia of this stuff. The book offers what it its title … Continue reading

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Book Review: The World Cataclysm in 2012 – Author Patrick Geryl


THE WORLD CATACLYSM IN 2012: THE MAYA COUNTDOWN TO THE END OF OUR WORLD Written by Patrick Geryl Published by Adventures Unlimited Press Publication Date: 2005 Format: B&W – 345 Pages Price: $16.95 While the level of 2012 books seems to vary on the market today, each seems to somehow offer its own perspective. Sure the common factors such as solar flares, talks of Mayan warnings, earthquakes tidle waves and various world end scenarios are … Continue reading

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Book Review: Undead Evil – Issue 0


UNDEAD EVIL #0 (COMIC) Written by Frank Forte Artwork by Nenad Gucunja Cover art by Ben Olsen Published by Asylum Press Publication Date: 2009 Format: Color / B&w Price: $2.95 This first edition debut from Asylum Press goes by the title of “Undead Evil” and is appropriately numbered #0. It’s beautifully morbid cover stands out enough to draw you into the world of the undead as penned by author Frank Forte. The artwork by Nenad … Continue reading

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Book Review: The Rough Guide to Horror Movies – Author Alan Jones


Author ALAN JONES Published by Rough Guides Publication Date: 2005 Format: 2 Color – 277 pages Price: $14.99 Jam packed full of Horror of every kind, if your a horror fan like I am, you’ll really enjoy this comprehensive overview by Alan Jones. This book is not the kind of book you read all in one sitting. It is better served to take in on separate readings so that you can get the most out … Continue reading

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Book Review: There is life After Death – Author Roy Abraham Varghese


THERE IS LIFE AFTER DEATH: COMPELLING REPORTS FROM THOSE WHO HAVE GLIMPSED THE AFTERLIFE (PAPERBACK) by Roy Abraham Varghese Raymond A. Moody (Foreword) Published by New Page Books Publication Date: 2009 Format: Black /White – 288 pages Price: $15.99 “There is Life after Death”, a bold statement that is backed up by a comprehensive analysis of the facts versus fiction. Roy Abraham Varghese states that the world doesn’t really need another after life book, so … Continue reading

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Book Review: The Witches Almanac – Issue 28 – Author OTheitic


THE WITCHES ALMANAC: SPRING 2009-SPRING 2010 (ISSUE 28) (PAPERBACK) by OTheitic (Author, Editor) Published by Hampton Roads Pub Co Publication Date: 2008 Format: Black /White – 152 pages Price: $11.95 These things have been around for quite some time, though it wasn’t till recently I had the pleasure to look one over. This volume which is actually issue #28 spans the Spring 2009 to spring 2010 collection. The contents, I can only describe as a … Continue reading

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Book Review: The Unknown Universe – Author Richard Hammond


THE UNKNOWN UNIVERSE: THE ORIGIN OF THE UNIVERSE, QUANTUM GRAVITY, WORMHOLES, AND OTHER THINGS SCIENCE STILL CAN’T EXPLAIN (HARDCOVER) by Richard Hammond Published by New Page Books Publication Date: 2008 Format: Black /White – 272 pages Price: $21.99 The Unknown Universe is a well packed edition of magic, mystery and unfathomable theories for scientific minds, curious readers and fans of the unknown and unspoken. For introductory sake, I suggest a thorough look at the table … Continue reading

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Film Review: Makeout with Violence (2008)


SYNOPSIS: Reeling from the disappearance of classmate Wendy Heart (Shellie Marie Shartzer), the lives of twin brothers Patrick (Eric Lehning) and Carol (Cody DeVos) take a dark turn when they discover the body of the teenage beauty — and much to their surprise, she’s not totally dead. Mystified by her condition, the brothers stash Wendy in their family’s abandoned summerhouse and search for ways to bring her back to life completely. REVIEW: Once in awhile … Continue reading

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New Troma releases – arrive!


There’s Nothing Out There Troma Entertainment DVD. 2 Discs. Pre-book: 12/14/10. Streets: 01/11/11. SRP: 14.95. UPC#: 790357944699. Cat#: 9446. Run Time: 91 Minutes. English. Color. Widescreen 1.78:1. Dolby Digital 2.0 Stereo. See the original film that inspired SCREAM! Three hot body teens look to get away for the weekend at a vacation house on the lake. Little do they know that There’s Something Out There! An creature that wants to eat the men and mate … Continue reading

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