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Interview: Justin McConnell (The Collapsed, The Eternal)

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HORRORNEWS: Welcome my very special guest Mr. Justin McConnell to Horrornews.net. It’s been well documented your trials and tribulations while making The Collapsed. What gives an independent producer and director the intestinal fortitude to persevere when arguably many others would have simply given up? JUSTIN McCONNELL: Ah, ‘Intestinal Fortitude’. That also happens to be a good song by Nuclear Rabbit. ...

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Book Review: Pazuzu’s Girl – Author Rachel Coles

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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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When Worlds Collide 2012 – ‘Niagara Falls Comic Can/MacabreCon’

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WHEN WORLDS COLLIDE 2012 NIAGARAFALLS COMIC CON/MACABRECON COMES TO NIAGARA FALLS, ONTARIO CANADA Reflecting back on my humble upbringing, it isn’t any mystery how my interests of today evolved. Life wasn’t easy growing up in the small rural town of Seagrave, Ontario. Our closest neighbour was over a kilometre away. With three older sisters, few friends and a bit of ...

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Film Review: The Unleashed (2011)

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SYNOPSIS: When Madison Kennard (Trisha Echeverria) returns to her home town after an eight year hiatus, a certain sense of harrowing anxiety is in the air. Estranged from her family, her mother’s passing prompts the reluctant visit in order to sell the house and get her affairs in order. Memories of an unsettling upbringing are overwhelming making the appearance a ...

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Festival Storms Great White North with Chilling Fury

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Toronto, Ontario, Canada As an avid cinematic aficionado since early childhood I’d embraced the opportunity of attending the annual Canadian Film Fest with bedazzled awe. With mixed feelings of neurotic nervousness and preconceived notions the event would serve copious quantities of artsy, pretentious content that would require an interpreter for later translation I walked into the gala ready for anything ...

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Interview: Manuel H. Da Silva (The Unleashed, Cycle of Fear )

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UNLEASHING MANUEL H DASILVA Perhaps this year’s most anticipated screening at the annual Canadian Film Fest was Dark House Film’s The Unleashed Mere hours before the festivities commenced I spoke with Manuel Da Silva from his studio on a myriad of topics ranging from the origins of the Ouija board, the future of independent genre films and what makes a truly ...

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Book Review: Cemetary Club – Author JG Faherty

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CEMETERY CLUB By JG Faherty Faherty’s latest effort is spell binding terror with a paranormal slant with tons of twists and turns. Often thought provoking and spine tingling several prominent themes are introduced simultaneously. Who wouldn’t love a good ghost, ancestry, paranormal, zombie tale right? Toss in a few skeletons in the closet and it seems we have ourselves a ...

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Book Review: Dead Hunger 2 – Author Eric A Shelman

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DEAD HUNGER 2 THE GEM CARDOZA CHRONICLE By Eric A Shelman A clever, witty sequel pitting our vigilante survivors grappling with the continuous zombie plague in modern American society; it’s within the first person narrative this time from Gem Cardoza’s perspective. For those not yet privy to The Dead Hunger trilogy, Gem is the bad ass, shoot now ask questions ...

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Book Review: The Demon of Renaissance Drive – Author Elizabeth Reuter

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DEMON OF RENAISSANCE DRIVE By Elizabeth Reuter Annabelle a succubus nestled comfortably in the confines of eternal damnation is bored and restless. Her primary role is to deliver a multitude of incubus unto the Lord of Darkness. Gestation ordinarily lasts twenty four hours. Feeling a constant void she longs to experience the emotions of a mortal and devises a plan ...

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Film Review: C.H.U.D. 2 – Bud The Chud (1989)

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SYNOPSIS: A military experiment to create a race of super-warriors go awry, and legions of murderous zombies are unleased upon a surburan neighborhood. REVIEW: Directed by: David Irving Starring: Ed Naha, Brian Robbins, Bill Calvert, Tricia Leigh Fisher, Gerrit Graham, Robert Vaughn Perhaps one of the persecutions fans of horror face the most is their taste in cinema. Make no ...

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Book Review: Revenge – Authors Gabrielle Faust and Solomon Schneider

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REVENGE By: Gabrielle Faust and Solomon Schneider Barking Rain Press “Unfortunately there is no place in Hell for insurgents.” Marcus is a prisoner of the mundane. Long lost is his passion for anything aside from consuming countless bourbon after bourbon in his tattered, withered upholstered chair. Submitting to reclusiveness and withdrawn even his live in partner Brenda becomes steadily estranged. ...

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