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Vamps: Joie Dunham Parent

BIO: I began modeling and acting about 5 years ago. I am from Baton Rouge, La and was born in the summer of 1975. I am also a make up artist, an actor, and a graphic designer. I love modeling and acting because it lets me express my artistic side. I am definitely not what you would call mainstream. I Love Horror! Anything to do with …

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Vamps: Dita Synthetic

  BIO: My real name is Melanie. I am a sideshow performer, magician’s assistant, model, and escape artist. I have 13 piercing and go to college aspiring to be a psychiatrist. I first got involved with horror movies watching movies suck as Return of the Living Dead and the series of Dead movies, Nosferatu (Type O Negative version), House of …

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Film Review: HellHounds (2009)

SYNOPSIS: A Greek warrior must travel to the Underworld and battle killer hellhounds in order to rescue his murdered bride from the clutches of Hades. REVIEW:  Directed by Rick Shroder (yes, the same Ricky from “Silver Spoons”) comes a film by the title of “Hell Hounds”. The film is one of the ongoing “Maneater” series releases put out by Genius …

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Book Review: Stanley Kubrick (pocket essentials) – Author Paul Duncan

Written by Paul Duncan Published by Pocket Essentials Publication Date: 1999 Format: Black /White – 96pages Price: $4.20 Kubrick, the genius, the recluse, the hermit, the mystery has and is highly regarded as one of the great auteur film makers of our time. Certainly his impressive body of work has proved that alone. In this latest edition from pocket essentials, …

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Book Review: The Zombie Handbook – Author Rob Sacchetto

Written by Rob Sacchetto Artwork by Rob Sacchetto Published by Ulysses Press Publication Date: 2009 Format: Color – 128 pages Price: $16.95 It only takse but a quick glance to know this is a killer looking little read. Littered with top notch zombie illustrations, the author and artist Rob Sacchetto clearly knows his stuff. In fact memories of Evil Dead …

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Book Review: Hell Beasts: How to Draw Grotesque Fantasy Creatures – Author Jim Pavelec

by Jim Pavelec Published by Impact Publication Date: 2007 Format: Color – 128 pages Price: $19.99 Jim Pavelec is an amazing talent. And lucky for us, he has been kind enough to share with us his great techniques broken down step by step. You’ve seen these kind of books before but in most cases they are merely showcase illustration books …

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Book Review: Growing up with Monsters – Author Carla Laemmle and Daniel Kinske

Written by Carla Laemmle and Daniel Kinske, LCDR, USN Illustrated by Jack Davis and Hermann Mejia Foreword by Ray Bradbury Published by BearManor Media Publication Date: 2009 Format: B&W – 48 pages Price: $14.95 This book can be summed up pretty quickly. A labor of love, a memory book, short and sweet, and an appreciation for the old school horror …

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Book Review: 28 Days Later: the Aftermath TPB – Author Steve Niles

Written by Steve Niles Edited by Jimmy Palmiotti Art by Dennis Calero , Diego Olmos, Nat Jones, Ken Branch Published by Harper Paperbacks Publication Date: 2007 Format: Color – 112 pages Price: $17.99 From Fox Atomic, comes a graphic novel based on the hugely popular film by the same name “28 Days”. This version titled: “After Math” follows the creation …

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Book Review: Johnny Gruesome – Author Gregory Lamberson

Written by Gregory Lamberson Published by Medallion Press Publication Date: 2008 Format: B&W – 400 pages Price: $15.95 Remember the good old days of popping your favorite 80’s splatter VHS into your VCR? Remember hanging out with your friends and watching really good 80’s horror films and having a good time? When I read Gregory Lamberson’s Johnny Gruesome, I felt …

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