Author Archives: Dave Gammon

Film Review: A Cadaver Christmas (2011)

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SYNOPSIS: After a bloodied and distraught janitor trudges through a local pub on Christmas Eve, the unlikely pact of the bartender, patron and policeman join forces with him to stop the reanimated army of Cadavers wandering the halls of a nearby university. REVIEW: “Never Leave A Mess Unclean” Directed By: Joel Zerull Starring: Daniel Rairdin-Hale, Hanlon Smith-Dorsey, Yosh Hayashi, Ben Hopkins, Jessica Denney, Edward O’Ryan Kudos must be given to director Zerull’s holiday themed vision. … Continue reading

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Film Review: Attack of the Herbals (2011)

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SYNOPSIS: After a Nazi war experiment goes horribly out of control, several soldiers pack the remains of their formidable weapon into a wooden craft and dispose of the harmful substance into the ocean. Years later the crate washes ashore on the banks of the sleepy Scottish town of Lobster Cove. Bennett Campbell, a ruthless real estate mogul threatens to bulldoze the town for his own profit. Seemingly the only redemption is Jackson McGregor’s herbal tea … Continue reading

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Book Review: Swan Song – Robert R. McCammon

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SWAN SONG 1987 By: Robert R. McCammon Pocket Books The president of the United States makes a dire decision to engage in full blown nuclear warfare with the Soviets. With most of society obliterated the few survivors clamber to discover any grasp of hope. Sister Creep, a homeless lady from the streets of New York City discovers a majestic glass ring with glowing jewels and the ability to illuminate clairvoyance circumstances. Josh Hutchins a professional … Continue reading

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Film Review: Killing Brooke (2012)

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SYNOPSIS: On the heels of their wedding, lovers Brooke and Chloe meet a mysterious stranger that coerces them into one debaucherous deed after another. REVIEW: Directed By: David Zagorski Starring: Alex Fandel, Dina Baker, Colin Allen, Kt Baldassaro, Johnny Donaldson, Hryb Killing Brooke certainly had a lot of potential. I’m sure it looked like the next big thing, on paper anyway. I particularly like how the opening credits begins in the midst of action. A … Continue reading

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Film Review: Killer Joe (2011)

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SYNOPSIS: “A totally twisted deep-fried Texas redneck trailer park murder story.”Synopsis: When an inopportune debt presents itself to one Chris Smith he brainstorms on ideas to come up with some considerable cash, fast. Seeing as it was his mother that created this predicament he obtains the services of Joe Cooper, professional hit man for hire. Will his mother’s insurance policy be enough to redeem his arrangements with his debtors or will something entirely more diabolical … Continue reading

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Film Review: Below Zero (2012)

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SYNOPSIS: Jack, (Furlong) is a screen writer pressured from his agent to produce his next big hit for the anxiously awaiting studios. After numerous extensions and delays his representation makes arrangements to have him locked up in a meat locker within the confines of a remote, abandoned slaughterhouse. He’s picked up in a rustic pickup truck in rural, anywhere USA by Penny (Booth) a mutual contact of his agent who drops not so subtle hints … Continue reading

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Film Review: Beasts of the Southern Wild (2012)

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SYNOPSIS: A young girl’s struggle in coping with poverty, a quick tempered father and torrential storm conditions in a Louisiana bayou community known as The Bathtub. REVIEW: Directed By: Benh Zeitlin Starring: Quvenzhane Wallis, Dwight Henry, Gina Montana Beasts of The Southern Wildisn’t typically what I’d considered something that would slide neatly into the genre of horror. In fact there is very little about this low budget wonder that resembles anything from our ordinary bone … Continue reading

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Book Review: From the Corner of His Eye – Author Dean Koontz

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FROM THE CORNER OF HIS EYE By: Dean Koontz Bantam Publishing From The Corner Of His Eye is a collection of three tales and how each intertwines. Barty Lampion is a young boy who has lost his sight but acquired an unexplainable gift. Junior Cain is a ruthless serial killer, relentless in his insatiable need for blood. Angel is a young girl who is conceived out of rape. Dean Koontz’s epic 768 page novel is … Continue reading

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Book Review: Full Dark Stars – Author Stephen King

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FULL DARK NO STARS (2010) By: Stephen King Scribner Publishing -A collection of four novellas with a central theme of dark redemption. 1922: 1st person point of view through the eyes of Wilfred James, a confession of diabolical murder of his nagging wife. Big Driver: Tess, a mystery writer encounters a sinister hand when her car breaks down. Fair Extension: Dave Streeter beats terminal illness at an unholy cost from an airport concession. A Good … Continue reading

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Film Review: Arlington Road (1999)

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SYNOPSIS: A college professor teaching a course on terrorists in America grows increasingly paranoid with whom the neighbors really are just down the street.

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Book Review: Trespass – Author Jo-Anne Russell

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TRESPASS By: Jo-Anne Russell Ten short stories with a common theme of violation, sin or injustice. The Denturist: Bruce Jones makes a dark deal for a dazzling new smile Accidental Death: A writer’s dreams becomes a living nightmare as the story that tells itself goes horribly out of control Covenant of Flesh: Tyler realizes there is more to kinship than simply genes Fester: A band of teens pay the price for alienating one of their … Continue reading

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Film Review: Asylum (2008)

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SYNOPSIS: When Jack, an aspiring young thug tangles with the wrong people he somehow gets an audition to work for the big time mob. After he botches one of his first jobs he goes on the lamb only to be captured, tortured and chained to a tree in a remote forest left to his own devices. Will he have the gusto to overcome his restraints or will he simply descend further down the spiral of … Continue reading

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Book Review: Terovolas – Author Edward M. Erdelac

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Terovolas Author: Edward M. Erdelac Abraham Van Helsing has been commissioned to return the ashes of one Quincey Morris to his next of kin in Sorefoot Texas. In midst of his journey he stumbles across a bizarre sequence of events. Cadavers are turning up in frequency and intensity. He encounters an unusual ranch comprised of statuesque Norwegian ranchers that may hold the very key to the answers surrounding of brutally slain bodies. Journalstone strikes again … Continue reading

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Book Review: Apparition – Author Michaelbrent Collings

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APPARITION By Michaelbrent Collings The Wills family has a new lease on life. Having sustained certain trauma and tragedy that would surely devour most people they move from the scene of their terror into a cozy, rustic rural home. Father Shane with 13 year old daughter Ella and 6 year old Matthew struggle with pick up the pieces of their shattered lives after wife and mother Kari attempts to murder the children, turn to suicide … Continue reading

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Film Review: Recreator (2012)

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SYNOPSIS: When estranged friends Craig, Tracy and Derek go on a remote camping trip they encounter another side of themselves they’d never imagined could be possible. REVIEW:

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Film Review: Machete Maidens Unleashed! (2010)

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SYNOPSIS: A behind the scenes look at the exploitation movement of cinema in the Philippines throughout the 1970’s and 80’s. REVIEW: Directed By: Mark Hartley Starring: Carmen Argenziano, Allan Arkush, John Ashley, Judith Brown, Steve Carver, Roger Corman, Gerardo De Leon, Eddie Garcia, Pam Grier, Sid Haig Ever secretly wondered about all of those campy, drive inn classics yet were too bashful to ask? Find yourself indulged in the guilty pleasure of monster movie madness, … Continue reading

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