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Film Review: I Saw the Devil (2010)

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SYNOPSIS: A secret agent tracks a serial killer who murdered his fiancée. REVIEW: While we’ve seen our share of psycho-kills-for-the-fun-of-it films, “I Saw the Devil” actually is one of those stand out movies that might have you even questioning the morality of some of the content. In its gritty cold performances we meet up with secret agent Dae-hoon (Byung-hun Lee) …

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Film Review: Crowley (aka. Chemical Wedding) (2008)

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SYNOPSIS: A botched experiment in virtual reality transmits the soul of infamous British occultist Aleister Crowley into the body of shy professor Haddo (Simon Callow), whose life quickly descends into a maelstrom of sex, violence and depraved behavior. Eager to foil Haddo’s Satanic efforts is handsome physicist Dr. Joshua Mathers (Kal Weber). Iron Maiden vocalist Bruce Dickinson co-wrote the screenplay …

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Film Review: Craig (2008)

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SYNOPSIS: Craig is left all by his own when his parents die in a fire, and when he loses his medication, his world is turned into terror and fear. REVIEW: Craig is a micro budget release from BrinkDVD and Cetus productions. Directed by Kim Sonderholm, Kim also plays the lead role of Craig. LLoyd Kaufman makes a brief appearance as …

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Film Review: Crawler (2009)

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SYNOPSIS: A construction crew is trying to solve a mystery about their bulldozer, which appears to have a mind of its own – and an insatiable hate for the human race. They are soon to discover that the heavy machinery is in fact a shape-shifting life form that mimics and inherits the characteristics of its surroundings. REVIEW: One look at …

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Rue Morgue Anti-Holiday Issue #107 – Sneak Peek!

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ON STANDS December 1st! BAD TIDINGS Finland’s Rare Exports: A Christmas Tale taps into the grim lineage of Santa Claus to deliver a Yuletide yarn for horror fans. PLUS: Krampus and the Dutch slasher movie Sint. by Trevor Tuminski, Jan Doense, James King and Alice Jaroschek DAMNATION AND ALCHEMY This month Criterion resurrects Guillermo del Toro’s debut feature, Cronos. To …

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Ghost Trek Pilot begins!

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From the author of the critically-acclaimed book KILL THE MUSIC comes GHOST TREK, a comic horror series pilot based on a paranormal reality show. GHOST TREK follows the Paranormal Underworld Detective Society (PUDS) as they investigate haunts across the U.S. and abroad between tanning beds, babes, body-building, and bong hits – all the while risking life and limb confronting the …

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Book Review: HellSpawn – The Ashley Wood Collection – Author Steve Niles, Ashley Wood

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HELLSPAWN: THE ASHLEY WOOD COLLECTION (PAPERBACK) Written by Brian Michael Bendis, Steve Niles Art by Ashley Wood Published by Image Comics Publication Date: 2006 Format: Color – 224 pages Price: $24.95 The TPB “Hellspawn – The Ashley Wood Collection” collects all 10 issues of the break out Spawn comic illustrated by Ashley Wood. Hellspawn differs from many comics as it …

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Magazine Review: Girls and Corpses Magazine – Issue 5

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GIRLS AND CORPSES (MAGAZINE) – PRINT ISSUE #5 (VOL 2 – Summer) by Robert Steven Rhine Published by G&C Magazine Publication Date: 2008 Format: Color – 78 pages Price: $8.95 Girls and Corpses magazine never seems to have a shortage on a collection of great content. Perhaps the oddest collection of content assembled in one magazine, but that what makes …

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Book Review: How to Survive a Horror Movie – Author Seth Grahame-Smith

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HOW TO SURVIVE A HORROR MOVIE: ALL THE SKILLS TO DODGE THE KILLS (PAPERBACK) Written by Seth Grahame-Smith (Author), Wes Craven (Foreword) Illustrations by Nathan Fox Published by Quirk Books Publication Date: 2007 Format: 2 color – 176 pages Price: $14.95  So your not only reading about horror movies, but now you are in one! What do you do? Do …

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Book Review: Real Zombies – Author Brad Steiger

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REAL ZOMBIES, THE LIVING DEAD, AND CREATURES OF THE APOCALYPSE (PAPERBACK) Written by Brad Steiger Published by Visible Ink Press Publication Date: 2010 Format: Black /White – 300 pages Price: $19.95 Brad Stieger is a historian and enthusiast. His books have ranged the gamut of all things dark, disturbing and of legend. In his latest release “Real Zombies” he provides …

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Book Review: Encylopedia of Haunted Places – Author Jeff Belanger

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ENCYCLOPEDIA OF HAUNTED PLACES: GHOSTLY LOCALES FROM AROUND THE WORLD Written by Jeff Belanger Published by New Page Books Publication Date: 2005 Format: Black /White – 357 pages Price: $19.99 So you a ghost hunter you say? or maybe just interested in the local haunts, tales and legends? Maybe your none of those and just curious with the supernatural and …

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Kris Kringle caged??

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To celebrate the release of RARE EXPORTS: A CHRISTMAS TALE, on Thursday 25th November shoppers in London’s West End were offered the rare opportunity to see a genuine Lapland Santa. The Santa Claus was safely caged and guarded by two experienced Lapland Santa Hunters. All shoppers were given a set of rules for their own safety:

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Film Review: Experiments in Terror #3 (2009)

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SYNOPSIS: Striking for the third time, EXPERIMENTS IN TERROR 3 unleashes another hallucinogenic orgy of the uncanny, the dreadful, and the macabre. Employing a mesmerizing montage of terrifying tropes and fiendish footage, our kino-coven conjures more than a bewitching hour of visionary cinema. Pounding a stake through the heart of genre convention, this shocking program expands the cinematic language of …

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Film Review: Dead Air (2009)

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SYNOPSIS: Logan Burnhardt is the ego-king of the airwaves, but his unflappable persona is put to the test when a terrorist bio-attack unleashes a plague of flesh-ripping maniacs on Los Angeles. REVIEW: One might call this deja vu, ..or if your not keeping up with things maybe it’s a fresh start. But “Dead Air” seems to be coming off of …

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