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Film Review: Dark Reel (2008)


SYNOPSIS: When B-movie fan Adam Waltz (Edward Furlong) wins a walk-on role in a low-budget thriller starring scream queen Cassie Blue (Tiffany Shepis), his ticket to fame suddenly becomes a ticket to terror when the chaotic set becomes the scene of a real-life murder. Lance Henriksen and Rena Riffel co-star in this Josh Eisenstadt-helmed tale based on the unpublicized crime scene footage of the 1958 murder of actress Scarlett May. REVIEW: As the film begins … Continue reading

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Film Review: The Devil’s Rejects (2005)


SYNOPSIS: When tough-as-nails Sheriff Wydell and his awesome 1970s moustache find that the backwoods, psychedelic Firefly family gruesomely murdered his brother in cold blood he vows revenge at the cost of his sanity. After an attack on the house of corpses unleashes the family members onto the dusty highways of Ruggsville, Sheriff Wydell pursues in their horrific wake. Director/ Screenplay: Rob Zombie Producer: Andy Gold, Mike Elliott, Rob Zombie Starring: Sid Haig, Bill Moseley, Sheri … Continue reading

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Film Review: Dark Remains (2005)

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SYNOPSIS: Julie Pyke (Cheri Christian) and her husband, Allen (Greg Thompson), escape to a small mountain town to mourn their daughter’s grisly murder. With support from Allen, Julie turns to photography as a distraction from grief, but hobby soon turns to horror as Julie’s developed images reveal ghostly figures walking about an abandoned prison. What deadly secret is held by the strange specters appearing in Julie’s photographs? REVIEW: Dark Remains stands as one of the … Continue reading

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Film Review: Devil’s Mercy (2008)


SYNOPSIS: In “Devil’s Mercy,” a couple and their six-year-old son move into an old Connecticut house where the boy soon becomes distraught with thoughts of monsters dwelling in the attic. When their friends and guests abruptly go missing or die mysteriously, it becomes a race against time as the family’s lives are in peril. REVIEW: Tyler (Stephen Rea) a retired older man, lives with his daughter Kayla in an old new England style home that … Continue reading

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Film Review: Devil’s Ground (aka Cycle) – (2009)


SYNOPSIS: Carrie Mitchell (Daryl Hannah) is en route to her new life in Salem, Maine. After stopping at a lonely gas bar, she has a rather strange conversation with a hulking gas station attendant in which he warns her that the roads are bad, but she continues on towards her destination. Suddenly, from out of the woods staggers AMY SINGER, injured and scared! Carrie pulls over to help, and her young passenger begins to tell … Continue reading

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Film Review: The Devil’s Chair (2008)


SYNOPSIS: After his girlfriend, Sammy (Polly Brown), dies during a drug-addled night in a deserted asylum, Nick (Andrew Howard) winds up in a mental hospital and accused of her murder. But years later, a skeptical doctor (David Gant) returns to the scene with Nick and some students to prove his innocence. Now Nick must face the demons responsible for Sammy’s horrific death in the sinister torture chair they discovered that night. REVIEW: Just finished watching … Continue reading

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Film Review: Devil Times Five (1974)


SYNOPSIS: 1970s pop star Leif Garrett and his little sister Dawn Lyn star in this creepy horror tale about five kids who escape from a mental asylum and wind up murdering guests at a winter resort. The rich vacationers invite the wayward kids to stay with them, unaware that their new house guests are more interested in slaughter than sledding. The juvenile sociopaths kill off the adult snobs one by one — in very inventive … Continue reading

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Infinite Santa 8000 – episodes 1 -2 now online

“A thousand years ago the world completely collapsed. Everyone must kill to survive, even Santa.” It is the year 8000. War, famine, and disease have ravaged the earth, transforming it into a vast, desolate wasteland. Infinite Santa lives alone in a make-shift hut in the middle of the desert, feasting on the remaining mutants to survive. They’re slow and dumb as a rock – easy prey for Santa. He hasn’t seen anything even close to … Continue reading

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Reaper Awards – some stills from the event


We were just sent a few photos from the second annual Reaper Awards that took place on Tuesday night at The Roosevelt Hotel in Hollywood, CA. The red carpet event was filled with fan favorite actors, actresses and directors! Below you’ll find the photos and captions

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Grimm Up North Film Festival announces full festival lineup


A feast of horror and sci-fi films are coming to Manchester for this year’s GRIMM UP NORTH FILM FESTIVAL between the 28th and 31st October over the Halloween weekend. This year’s festival will be held at Manchester’s Dancehouse and Odder Bar and will feature film premieres, special guests, Q&As, seminars, an exclusive sneak peek at upcoming video game SPLATTERHOUSE, an exhibition of props and prosthetics from famous movies and the ‘Breakout Room’ – the place … Continue reading

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SAW II: Flesh and Blood – gallery of stills posted


KONAMI today unveiled new screens for Saw II: Flesh & Blood, available at retail stores nationwide on October 19 for Xbox 360® video game and entertainment system from Microsoft and PlayStation®3 computer entertainment system. The images expose more of the mayhem and fear of Jigsaw’s world as revealed through deadly new traps and heart-racing environments and scenarios players will face in this year’s release. Developed by Zombie Studios, SAW II: Flesh and Blood puts players … Continue reading

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Interview: Jenny Spain (DeadGirl) – podcast

Missed last sunday’s Podcast from Hell? No problem, we got the podcast in mp3 format for ya only on This week our special guest was actress Jenny Spain from the movie Deadgirl

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HellPhone: Demonic Cell Phone Terrorizes Small Southern Town


Hellphone, an independent feature length horror movie,will premier on Tuesday, November 16 at 7:30 p.m. at Carousel Luxury Cinemas, 1305 Battleground Avenue, Greensboro, NC 27408. This is the first feature length collaboration between award winning, local filmmakers Jason Marc Pierce and Stephen van Vuuren. Tickets are $9.00 or $8.00 with a college / military ID at “As independent horror film producers, we are charged with taking audiences on a roller coaster ride of emotions,” … Continue reading

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“The Price of Fear” Halloween Movie Marathon MGM HD – Sunday, October 31

Get ready for Halloween as Vincent Price scares MGM HD viewers with seven cult classics based on the works of gothic master Edgar Allen Poe, including the World HD Premiere of The Fall of the House of Usher. Famed director Roger Corman teamed up with Price to create these creepy, psychological horror movies that broke new ground in the genre. Price is at his evil, vengeful best in this Halloween marathon that will give you … Continue reading

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Vampires Suck: releases on Blu-ray and DVD – November 30


Take a Bite of the Year’s Funniest Spoof Movie Out on Blu-ray and DVD November 30 Los Angeles, CA (October 11, 2010) – Get ready for sassy dancing werewolves, vampires at the prom and incessant teen melodrama when Twentieth Century Fox Home Entertainment brings VAMPIRES SUCK to homes everywhere November 30. Get your hands on VAMPIRES SUCK just in time for the holidays, and laugh so loud at the clever, vampire-romance spoof that you will … Continue reading

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Case 2317: new Lost Colony film follows in footsteps

Movies like “The Blair Witch Project” and “Paranormal Activity” became worldwide phenomenons because somewhere in the back of the audience’s mind, there was the question…”Is this real?” With production of the upcoming “Case 2317,” Director Richard O’Sullivan takes things one step further. Inspired by the popularity of such TV shows as “Ghost Hunters,” “Ghost Adventures,” and “The Haunted,” O’Sullivan and Lost Colony Entertainment plan to send cast and crew into a haunted location–overnight–to legitimately make … Continue reading

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Book Review: Grave Humor – Author M.T. Coffin


Received a cool little book today titled “Grave Humor”. It’s appeal really is in its simplicity. It’s a book about gravestones. No, not just fancy ornate ones but the ones that have a tone of humor to them. Some of course more literal than others. An author that goes by the name of M.T. coffin has assembled from his collection a small picture book of humorous grave stones. Is there humor in death? Well in … Continue reading


Book Review: Kick-Ass: Creating the Comic, Making the Movie – Author Mark Millar


Well hopefully when you pick up this sharp little read, you’d have already seen the movie it’s referring to. The book in a sense is an overview and tribute. Chock full of color photos, production stills, set designs, drawings, comic rendering, actor profiles, script breakdowns and a whole lot more….it’s easy to say that the book like the movie “kicks ass”. The book is authored by Mark Millar as so prominently featured on the cover, … Continue reading

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Film Review: 8 Diagram Pole Fighter (1984)


SYNOPSIS: Eight-Diagram Pole Fighter (?????, Wu lang ba gua gun) is a 1983 Shaw Brothers kung fu film directed by Lau Kar-leung, and starring Gordon Liu and Alexander Fu Sheng. It is released as The Invincible Pole Fighters outside of Hong Kong and Invincible Pole Fighter in North America. The film is based on the true story of a man who, after his father and brothers are killed, develops the Yang Ga Ng Long Baht … Continue reading


Film Review: Over the Edge (1979)


SYNOPSIS: New Grenada is a planned community set in the desert where there is nothing for the kids to do, save for a rec center – which closes at 6 PM. The parents, in their zeal to attract industry to their town, have all but neglected their children. As a result, the kids begin to create their own entertainment. REVIEW: New Granada, a fictional home to new community beginning to emerge. This cult films came … Continue reading

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Carnival of Darkness Film Festival Showcases new horror!


Filmmaker Alex Bram presents the most promising new voices in horror at the second annual Carnival of Darkness Film Festival. The most haunting and disturbing horror short films from across the world will be presented on a THX Authorized, state-of-the-art screen at LA FilmSchool this October 28th. A LIVE PANEL EVENT spotlights current trailblazers making new horror cinema history: Director Paul Solet (“Grace”), Writer Producer Jeffrey Redd*ck (“Final Destination”), Director Alex Ferrari (“Red Princess Blues”), … Continue reading

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