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Film Review: Art of Darkness (2012)

SYNOPSIS: Hard times have fallen upon the Richards, Liz and Ben. A miscarriage, dwindling bank accounts topped off with financial and emotional insecurity threaten to drive a wedge in marital bliss. Liz (Emily Baxter) reluctantly agrees to take a questionable modelling job. Once in the confines of a late night photo session on the outskirts of any rural town she …

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Book Review: Nightmare From World’s End – Author Robert J. Stava

Nightmare From World’s End By Robert J. Stava Severed Press 234 Pages The sleepy hollow of Wyvern Falls is an idealistic community for those who enjoy a life of serenity, peacefulness and simplicity. A coastal town with few populous and fewer complications, the residents may very well soon realize their tranquility is turned upside down when an ominous crate washes …

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Film Review: Shame the Devil (2013) – Review 2

SYNOPSIS: When a London detective finds his murder investigation becomes a little too personal he travels to New York for answers in this Truth or Die chiller. REVIEW: Directed By: Paul Tarter Starring: Simon Phillips, Juliette Bennett, Will de Meo, Doug Bradley The subgenre of satanic based horror has been prevalent since the dawn of scary films. There’s something about …

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2017 Niagara Falls Comic Con & Falls Horrorfest Unleashes The Ultimate Comic Con Getaway Contest For Two

(Niagara Falls, Ontario Canada Scotiabank Convention Centre) Scheduled for June 2,3 & 4th the Niagara Falls Comic Con and Falls Horrorfest for this year promises to be a bona fide scream for fans of terror, nostalgia and anything and everything celebrated under the comic decorum. The Falls Horror Fest takes place inside Niagara Falls Comic Con features over 5,000 square …

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Book Review: Apex Predator – Author S.M. Douglas

Apex Predator By S.M. Douglas Winston Publishing 256 Pages A barrage of macabre suicides involving high finance bankers has even national security perplexed. While agent William Brody races against the clock to bring the immoral to justice he soon realizes the global ramifications and the unholy lineage in his investigation. Apex Predator will mark the first reading odyssey taken with …

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Book Review: Clockwork Universe – Author John W. Dennehy

CLOCKWORK UNIVERSE A STEAMPUNK THRILLER By John W. Dennehy 98 Pages When Kevin waits on a platform for a commuter train to Boston something most surreal unfolds. A beautiful stranger named Sarah introduces herself after he awakens from a nap. One glimpse around he realizes something is dreadfully amiss. Everyone is dressed and composes oneself seemingly from an entirely different …

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Book Review: Voodoo Child: Zombie Uprising – Author William Burke

Voodoo Child: Zombie Uprising By William Burke 301 Pages Maggie Child is a chopper pilot that sustains a devastating crash and barely escapes with her life thanks to the help of an ominous supernatural, demonic like creature. She awakens within a top secret military experiment facility and finds adversity in the form of drug induced interrogations. Her only answer to …

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Book Review: Dead Hunger IX: The Cleansing – Author Eric A. Shelman

Dead Hunger IX: The Cleansing By Eric A. Shelman Dolphin Moon Publishing 354 Pages Our merry band of swash buckling survivors have managed to cope and stay alive in a world well beyond when the zombie apocalypse was first unleashed. Now residing in the relative save haven of Kingman, Kansas, Flex, Gem, Hemp, Charlie and company must have their defenses …

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Book Review: Pazuzu’s Girl – Author Rachel Coles

Pazuzu’s Girl By Rachel Coles Pazuzu and Lugal are human incarnates of Mesopotamia with unearthly powers. An ancient tablet of destiny is stolen from the goddess Lamashtu. As a result the two are exiled to exist among humans as their infinite sentencing. Gradually indication the two with supernatural powers can no longer keep up with their cleaver contemporary disguise. As …

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Film Review: Devil’s Pass (2013)

SYNOPSIS: A group of student filmmakers from the U.S. set off to Russia to unravel the mystery of several missing mountain climbers over fifty years prior. REVIEW: Directed By: Renny Harlin Starring: Gemma Atkinson, Matt Stokoe, Richard Reid, Holly Goss, Luke Albright Upon the opening credits Dyatlov Pass possesses all of the crucial components of a spine tingling chiller. The …

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Film Review: House III (1989)

SYNOPSIS: Detective Lucas McCarthy is plagued with a troublesome past. Relieved of active duty pending a psychological evaluation Lucas suffers from insomnia, hellacious nightmares and a gradual loosening grip on reality. After apprehending mass murderer Max Jenke in an epic showdown the dedicated officer was unable to save his final victim, a young girl beheaded before him. Seeking justice, relief …

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Book Review: The Road to Nowhere – Author Lee Argus

THE ROAD TO NOWHERE By: Lee Argus Permuted Press Publishing 113 Pages A man awakens within the confines of a desolate, abandoned hospital only to realize he has amnesia. Struggling to stay alive he flees the institution while desperately trying to unravel the mystery of his past while thwarting the clutches of the walking dead infesting civilization. Will he unveil …

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Canada’s Scariest Haunted Attraction Set to Open for Seventh Season

Niagara Falls’ Haunt Manor will debut its’ newest (and biggest) expansion yet on September 24th. Since it’s inception seven years ago, Haunt Manor has become known to both locals and tourists alike as an ever-changing and growing yearly tradition, while also being named “Canada’s Scariest Haunted Attraction” by FANGORIA magazine. This year, the event has grown to a whopping 15 …

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Film Review: Dead of Nite (2013)

SYNOPSIS: When an investigative team arrives on the scene of the ill-fated Jericho Manor to record an episode for their internet show Seeing is Believing they soon realize there is something more sinister on hand than any of them could have bargained for. REVIEW: “It’s not just ghosts that go bump in the night…” Directed By: SJ Evans Starring: Tony …

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