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Blood and Guts with Scott Ian Returns for Season 3 on Nerdist Channel

Following two successful seasons, Blood and Guts with Scott Ian has returned to the Nerdist Channel with Season 3. A new episode will debut every Thursday, leading up to the season finale on Halloween. The Season 3 premiere – which features Johnny Depp’s regular makeup designer, Joel Harlow – can be viewed below: Blood and Guts is hosted by Scott …

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Fright-Rags Release Limited Edition Halloween and Halloween 4 Merchandise

Fright-Rags has released exclusive shirts and posters to commemorate the 35th anniversary of one of the most influential horror film’s of all time, John Carpenter’s Halloween, as well as the 25th anniversary of the fan-favorite sequel, Halloween 4: The Return of Michael Myers. These items are officially licensed by Trancas International Films. Fans can celebrate “The Night He Came Home” …

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Film Review: Five Dolls for an August Moon (1970)

Rate This Movie SYNOPSIS: Industrialist George Stark invites a small group of wealthy friends to his private island for a weekend of relaxation and light business. He wants them to meet the brilliant chemist Gerry Farrell who has invented a new chemical process. Against his wishes, Farrell is engaged in business discussions revolving around millions of dollars worth of investment. …

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Contest: Win The Black Waters of Echo’s Pond on Blu-ray

The Black Waters of Echo’s Pond received a limited theatrical release back in 2010, and the movie has sat on the shelf since. With a great cast – including Danielle Harris (Halloween), Robert Patrick (Terminator 2), James Duval (Donnie Darko), Nick Mennell (Friday the 13th) and Electra and Elise Avellan (Grindhouse) – fans were clamoring to own it. Thankfully, Anchor …

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Film Review: A Virgin Among the Living Dead (1973)

Rate This Movie SYNOPSIS: After losing her mother at an early age and being raised at a boarding school, Cristina Reiner is notified of her father’s death and summoned to Monserrat Mansion for the reading of his will. Other members of her strange, accursed family are found there awaiting the imminent demise of Cristina’s ailing stepmother, whom she has never …

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Film Review: Swamp Thing (1982)

Rate This Movie SYNOPSIS: Deep in Florida’s darkest everglades, a brilliant scientist and a sexy government agent have developed a secret formula that could end world hunger and change civilization forever. Little do they know, however, that their arch nemesis is plotting to steal the serum for his own selfish schemes. Looting the lab and kidnapping the agent, the madman …

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Book Review: The Simon and Kirby Library: Science Fiction – Authors Joe Simon | Jack Kirby

The Simon and Kirby Library: Science Fiction spans more than 20 years, beginning with the first stories Joe Simon and Jack Kirby ever produced together (beginning in June 1940)–their ten-issue run of Blue Bolt adventures. Then the Cold War years will be represented by Race For the Moon, featuring pencils by Kirby and inked artwork by comic book legends Reed …

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Book Review: Flash Gordon: The Fall of Ming

SYNOPSIS: Continuing the comprehensive library of the greatest science fiction hero of all time, this brand new collection of library editions feature all new restorations that will preserve these legendary adventures for generations to come. Starting with revered writer-artist Alex Raymond, this volume continues the adventures of pulp hero Flash Gordon on the planet Mongo and his ongoing battles with …

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TV Review: A Haunting (TV Series) Season 5 (2012)

Rate This Movie SYNOPSIS: These chilling tales of the supernatural take you inside real-life horror stories, with each one-hour episode featuring eyewitness accounts and cinematic re-enactments of some of the most spine tingling and inexplicable stories ever recorded. You’ll meet Chris Gibbons, a Michigan attorney driven to the point of insanity by a ghost that has infiltrated his dreams; a …

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Comic Review: Everybody Loves Tank Girl – Authors Alan Martin | Jim Mahfood

SYNOPSIS: Everyone’s favorite outback anarchist is back to blow things up, swear profusely and offend the elderly in your household! This time, Monsieur Alan Martin teams up with wunderkind Jim Mahfood to bring you Tank Girl as you’ve never seen her: wild, raw, foul-mouthed and forever rockin’ but rendered in a style that will bring pleasure to thine eyes. REVIEW:

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Film Review: Zombie Lake (1981)

Rate This Movie SYNOPSIS: In a small lakeside town, young women are disappearing without a trace. The superstitious locals blame ”The Lake of Ghosts”, because of the lake’s haunting past, but the town’s mayor seems reluctant, or powerless to take any action. When another woman is found dead near the lake, with her throat ripped out, a reporter comes to …

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