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Those of you who don't know of The Black Saint & have yet to commit yourselves to him body, mind & soul will find yourselves in a most uncomfortable position when my army of acolytes is complete & ready to wreak havok upon this pitiful blue ball we live on. Oh, I really like horror movies as well & will take on all comers in a horror trivia contest. Bring it on!
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Interview: Patrick Rea – Director (Nailbiter)

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Film director Patrick Rea has been operating under the radar for a while now. He has been directing features & shorts exclusively in the state of Kansas where he lives. But with the upcoming release of his latest feature “Nailbiter”, He’s not going to be under the radar much longer! Horrornews has described “Nailbiter” as “An independent gem definitely worth ...

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Film Review: Basket Case 3: The Progeny (1992)

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SYNOPSIS: The saga continues as Duane recovers from his delusional breakdown to find his freakish basket-bound brother Belial will soon become a father. But not everything is joyous as the once tight knit brothers no longer seem to trust each other. REVIEW: Filmed back to back with “Basket Case 2″, director Frank Henenlotter’s third entry of the franchise picks up ...

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Film Review: Beyond The Grave (2010)

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SYNOPSIS: In a devastated post-apocalyptic world where the rules of reality are transformed by magic and madness, a vengeful police officer searches for a possessed serial killer in a battle of the not-so-good versus absolute evil. REVIEW: Sounds like a pretty good movie from that there synopsis doesn’t it? Makes ya wanna rush to wherever you pilfer your movies from ...

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Film Review: Carl Panzram: The Spirit Of Hatred And Revenge (2011)

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SYNOPSIS: The true story of lifelong criminal and serial killer, Carl Panzram who wrote his autobiography for a jail guard in 1928. REVIEW: The quality of the films I get to review for this fine website amaze me to no end. One day I’ll get the cinematic equivalent of bilge water (“Panman“) and then I’ll get something like this little ...

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