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Chaw: Killer pig, stills below!

Jeong-won Shin’s Chaw story starts as shock and fear wash over the quiet, peaceful town of Sameri when ecologist discovers the body parts of a girl in the mountains. Officer Kim Kang Su, newly transferred from Seoul, gets assigned to the case, but it soon transpires this is no ordinary homicide. Cheon Il Man, the victim’s grandfather, is convinced that the culprit is a giant man-eating boar, and more will be claimed if the beast … Continue reading

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Return of the Werewolf – Guest Article by Brad Steiger


Author The Werewolf Book: An Encyclopedia of Shape Shifting Beings On February 12th, The Wolfman, starring Benicio Del Toro as Lawrence Talbot and Anthony Hopkins as Sir John Talbot will be released after a nearly twoyear wait on the studio shelves. Those of us who are werewolf fans are eagerly waiting to view the new interpretation of the 1941 classic and to see if hardy and vicious werewolves can compete with the current sex appeal … Continue reading

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Cool book Trailer ‘Dark Prophecy Level 26′

Just released today, here is a clip from ONE of the cyberbridges from CSI creator Anthony Zuiker’s new book “Dark Prophecy Level 26.” It’s a clown fight scene so don’t watch it in the dark!

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Book Review: Asian Cult Cinema Magazine – Issue 62


ASIAN CULT CINEMA MAGAZINE – ISSUE#62 by Thomas Weissner Published by ASIAN CULT CINEMA Publication Date: 2008 Format: Color / BW – 62 pages Price: $6 Sporting an attractive cover featuring the 2 baddest sword fighting asian heroines to come out of over the top cinema comes Tokyo Gore Police Vs. Chanbara Beauty. In case your unfamiliar with the films , these are 2 must see action horror showcases that “have” to be seen. The … Continue reading

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Book Review: Asian Cult Cinema Magazine – Issue 57


ASIAN CULT CINEMA MAGAZINE – ISSUE#57 by Thomas Weissner Published by ASIAN CULT CINEMA Publication Date: 2008 Format: Color / BW – 62 pages Price: $6 It’s probably fitting that my first issue to review from “Asian Cult Cinema” Magazine is an extra special one. Being a huge lover of Asian Horror films and never really getting all the time I need to watch them all, I’m always on the prowl for a new fantastic … Continue reading

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Book Review: Criminal Macabre – Cell Block 666


CRIMINAL MACABRE: CELL BLOCK 666 – Comics Written by Steve Niles, Artwork by Nick Stakal, Tim Bradstreet Published by Dark Horse Publication Date: 2009 Format: color with 104 pages Price: $2.99 Cal Mcdonald is back with his trusty sidekick Mo’Lock. This time it’s a bit more on the crime drama side with zombies to boot. This issues I’m reviewing actually span 4 issues written again by the prolifically talented Steve Niles. Art work is penned … Continue reading

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95 North Films – Studio Announces Short Horror Film Competition


Zombies, vampires, witches, serial killers and stalkers cause nightmares for some, but for others they are a dream come true. With this in mind, 95 North Films, LLC has announced a competition for horror filmmakers with a grand prize of international DVD distribution for their short film. The New England Short Horror Film Competition is designed to recognize quality short films in the horror genre. Entrants can submit a DVD copy of their work to … Continue reading

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Raymond Did It – Offical trailer posted

When Bryce Rourke is acidentally killed in a playground scuffle, his friends blame his developmentally delayed older brother, Raymond, for the murder. Six years later, Raymond escapes from the state mental hospital to exact bloody revenge. Raymond Did It stars Lindsay Felton, Jessica Palette, Elissa Dowling, Steven Edwards, Jake Skiba, Ty Yaeger, and Kyle Hoskins as Raymond.

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Book Review: Abe Sapien – The Drowning – Issues 1-5


ABE SAPIEN: THE DROWNING #1-5 (Comics) Writer: Mike Mignola Artist: Jason Shawn Alexander From Dark Horse Comics Publication Date: 2008 Format: Full Color, 32 pages Price: $2.99 SYNOPSIS: Abe Sapien is on a new mission to recover from the depths of a Spanish island, an ancient dagger originally created to eliminate evil spirits and demons. “The Drowning” mini series brings into play a fitting journey of aquatic underpinning, of danger as only the Hellboy universe … Continue reading

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Book Review: Cold Blooded Chillers – Issues 2-3


COLD BLOODED CHILLERS #2-#3 (COMIC) Written by Robert Heske Cover and inside cover art by Mark Chilcott Published by Studio 407 Publication Date: 2008 Format: Color Price: $2.99 Straight off the shelves of Heske Horror comes the indy produced “Cold Blooded Chillers” under the writing of author R.M Heske with artwork contributions varying each issue. The series is laid out much in the anthology style of 3 shorts per issue. Already coming up on issue … Continue reading

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Book Review: 500 Essential Cult Movies, the ultimate guide – Author Jennifer Eiss


One of the great pleasures of reviewing books for me is the discovery of new cult movie focused editions. I’ve seen quite a few variants on the genre of genres, so to speak… so I know that there is quite bit of variance in the approach on these. Though at its core, the reader hopes to discover new discoveries in cinematic experiences and maybe a new favorite or too. I would guess that most picking … Continue reading

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SAW 3D – new Jigsaw building 1 sheet


Ya, remember the days when all it took was a chopped off foot?

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Podcasts from Hell feature podcast interview – Chainsaw Sally

If you didn’t happen to catch our live podcast over the weekend, you can catch up on our podcasts page per our downloadables mp3’s – check out our recent podcast interview with Jimmy and April from Chainsaw Sally GO THERE

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Terrance Zdunich (repo) – online art series

From Terrance Zdunich 3 months ago, I started a “killer” online art series called THE TUTOR where I demonstrated how to draw, paint, and the correct way to wield a chainsaw. For those of you who’ve been ditching class, I’ve compiled the final 3 lessons into one 3-minute clip for your horror and amusement: The Tutor series has been such a success that many viewers have become students. These enrollees picked up their own brushes and … Continue reading

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The Bram Stoker International Film Festival 2010

The Bram Stoker International Film Festival, based in the historical town of Whitby in North Yorkshire, enters its second year with style boasting a line-up of twenty feature films (with a massive seventeen of these world or British premieres) as well as eighteen short films. Amongst the films the Festival is proud to be showing are the much-discussed giallo-flavoured film Amer (2010), Tomo’o Haraguchi’s monster mayhem flick Death Kappa (2010) and, in the spirit of … Continue reading

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VIViD: Trailer posted – new film explores sociopathic body jumping


Zeroinside Films is proud to announce the first official teaser trailer for VIViD – directed by actor Brandon Slagle (Duplicity, Mega Shark Vs Crocosaurus) also being his “proper” directorial debut. The film stars Rachel Grubb (Terror Overload), Keith Kraft (Beowulf), Devanny Pinn (Piranha 3D), Deneen Melody (Slices of Life), Katrina Cheri, Tara Cardinal (Legend of the Red Reaper), Bianca Barnett (Albino Farm), and Brandon Slagle. Slagle, whose films 15 Till Midnight and Song of the … Continue reading

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Book Review: Arlene’s Heart – Author Victoria Frances


ARLENE’S HEART Written and Illustrated by Victoria Frances Published by NBM Publishing Publication Date: 2007 Format: Full Color, 80 pages Price: $24.95 Arlene’s’ Heart is just more than a visual treat. It’s a treat for the eyes, the soul and the mind. Victoria Frances is an artist who received acclaim for here Goth series “Favole”. Her latest release comes in the the way of a much more personal journey. First impression rewards one with a … Continue reading

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Book Review: Aladin: Legacy of the Lost – Issue 2


ALADIN: LEGACY OF THE LOST #2 (COMIC) Writer: Ian Edginton Cover Art: Arthur Suydam Series Artists: Patrick Reilly & Stjepan Sejic Publisher: Radical Publishing Publication Date: 2010 Format: Color – 48 pages Price: $4.99 Fans of monsters, mystery, old world and the fantastical will love this series. I’m actually reviewing midway per issue #2 of 3 in this release from the artistic talents of Radical Comics. The issue is beautiful and painted with a high … Continue reading

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Book Review: American Conspiracies – Author Jesse Ventura


AMERICAN CONSPIRACIES Written by: Jesse Ventura Published by Skyhorse Publishing Publication Date: 2010 Format: Black /White – 256 pages Price: $24.95 Jesse Ventura, probably one of the boldest politicians within the system tells all in a intriguingly shocking overview of his knowledge on conspiracies and plots within. Those who know of his TV show “Conspiracy Theory” already know of his get-right-to-the heart of it approach on all things secret. In fact, my guess is if … Continue reading

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Book Review: A Wizard’s Bestiary, A Menagerie of Myth – Author Oberon Zell-Ravenheart


A WIZARD’S BESTIARY: A MENAGERIE OF MYTH, MAGIC, AND MYSTERY (PAPERBACK) by Oberon Zell-Ravenheart Published by New Page Books Publication Date: 2007 Format: Black /White – 357 pages Price: $19.99 “A Wizards Bestiary” is hands down one of the more fascinating collections on the market. The author Oberon Zell-Ravenheart reveals that he has spent almost 30 years collecting and updating the information contained within. The information is quite an endeavor indeed. For those who haven’t … Continue reading

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Book Review: The Cinema of John Carpenter – Author Ian Conrich & David Woods


THE CINEMA OF JOHN CARPENTER: THE TECHNIQUE OF TERROR Written by Ian Conrich & David Woods Published by Wallflower Press Publication Date: 2005 Format: Black /White – 224 pages Price: $25 John Carpenter is well known for his horror film contributions that have influenced an entire generation. As mentioned in the book, it appears that Carpenter’s greatest contributions reside in his earlier works and ones that weren’t under a studio schedule. Primarily the basis of … Continue reading

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