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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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Film Review: Super Hybrid (2010)


SYNOPSIS: Late one night, a mysterious car is brought into the Chicago police impound garage after a deadly traffic accident. The on-call mechanics soon discover the car has a mind of its own. With hundreds of horsepower and two tons of reinforced steel at its command, it’s a seemingly unstoppable killing machine capable of outrunning — and outwitting — humans. …

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Fantasia Film Festival’s 20th Anniversary Brings Great Guests


Here’s some thrilling news from up north… Celebrated Montreal Festival Announces Thrilling First Wave of Titles. Montreal, June 2, 2016 – The Fantasia International Film Festival will be celebrating its 20th Anniversary in Montreal this summer, taking place from July 14-August 2, with its Frontiéres international co-production market and Industry Rendez-Vous weekend being held July 21-24. The full lineup of …

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Film Review: Monsterland (2016)


SYNOPSIS: Welcome to Monsterland! A terrifying place where savage beasts, carnivorous creatures, and grotesque abominations are the new normal; and the human race is now at the bottom of the food chain. REVIEW: The people that brought you last year’s Zombieworld are back with a new anthology film called Monsterland, and it’s a loosely connected series of shorts that feature …

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Film Review: Green Room (2016)

Green Room 2015 movie Jeremy Saulnier

SYNOPSIS: After witnessing a murder, a punk rock band is forced into a vicious fight for survival against a group of maniacal skinheads who are trying to eliminate all evidence pertaining to the crime. REVIEW: A struggling punk band calling themselves The Ain’t Rights find themselves in a situation that most certainly isn’t too right when they stumble upon the …

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Film Review: I Am ZoZo (2012)


SYNOPSIS: I Am ZoZo is a psychological thriller about five young people who play with a Ouija board on Halloween and attract the attention of a malevolent demon. The film is based on real experiences with an ancient and malevolent spirit called ZoZo that attaches itself to people exclusively through Ouija boards. REVIEW: In the world of DTV (Direct To …

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Film Review: The Texas Chainsaw Massacre 2 (1986)


SYNOPSIS: A radio host is victimized by the cannibal family as a former Texas Marshall hunts them. REVIEW: Throughout the 80’s and well into the 90’s the production team of Menahem Golan & Yoram Globus were quite familiar to genre fans worldwide. Their company, The Cannon Group, was responsible for quite a few horror/sci-fi/fantasy/action films during this period. They even …

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Film Review: The Conjuring (2013)


SYNOPSIS: Paranormal investigators Ed and Lorraine Warren work to help a family terrorized by a dark presence in their farmhouse. Forced to confront a powerful entity, the Warrens find themselves caught in the most terrifying case of their lives. REVIEW: James Wan has come a long way from “Saw” (2004), a long way indeed. Although he’s already established himself as …

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Film Review: The Witch (2015)


SYNOPSIS: New England, 1630: William and Katherine lead a devout Christian life, homesteading on the edge of an impassible wilderness, with five children. When their newborn son mysteriously vanishes and their crops fail, the family begins to turn on one another. REVIEW: It seems like every year brings us a new horror film that’s supposed to blow away audiences world …

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Film Review: The Boy (2016)


SYNOPSIS: An American nanny is shocked that her new English family’s boy is actually a life-sized doll. After violating a list of strict rules, disturbing events make her believe that the doll is really alive. REVIEW: Automatonophobia: The fear of ventriloquists dummies, animatronic creatures, wax statues or something that represents a being that appears to have emotions or perceptions. Pediophobia: …

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Hart Fisher’s American Horrors & The Grindhouse Channel Join Forces To Bring You A BRUTAL VALENTINES DAY DOUBLE FEATURE!


My good buddy Hart Fisher is fighting the good fight and working harder than hard to bring some of the best 70’s horror that has not been released on DVD/Bluray in the states back to your television sets! His ROKU channel, AMERICAN HORRORS is a freaking cavalcade of the grottiest, grimiest and goriest films of the 70’s, and they’re all …

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Film Review: Knob Goblins (2015)


SYNOPSIS: As part of his final psychotherapy treatment, a mental patient is allowed to return to the basement of his deserted childhood home, so he can finally face his fears involving the death of his younger brother. REVIEW: Currently making the rounds at film festivals across the country, Writer/Director Christopher G. Moore’s latest short film is entitled Knob Goblins, and …

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Film Review: Pride And Prejudice And Zombies (2016)


SYNOPSIS: Jane Austen’s classic tale of the tangled relationships between lovers from different social classes in 19th century England is faced with a new challenge — an army of undead zombies REVIEW: I’ve never been a fan of Jane Austen, or her novels. I understand and respect them for their place in history, and I understand how popular they’ve been …

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