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Film Review: Slime City Massacre (2010)


SYNOPSIS: In the wake of a “dirty bomb” attack, a New York City neighborhood known as “Slime City” has been evacuated, except for the homeless (“displaced refugees”). Four squatters searching for food in the ruins of the Zachary Devon Soup Kitchen discover a supply of mysterious wine. When they drink the wine, they are transformed into hideous slime creatures driven ...

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From the Nightshift: Interview Kris Hulbert (Director) ‘The Perfect House’


Where did the idea of β€œThe Perfect House” come from? The idea came from a short I wrote entitled “Dinner Guest that was very violent and packed a punch but just couldn’t be translated into a feature without watering it down. I held onto it for a while until I saw a craigslist posting for horror features and shorts. I ...

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Film Review: Undead (2003)


SYNOPSIS: When an intense meteor shower covers the countryside, it spreads an incurable infection among the people of a peaceful fishing town, transforming them into flesh-eating zombies. Running for her life, a local girl named Rene finds refuge in an isolated farmhouse, where she meets four others who survived the disaster. Together, they fend off the walking dead and learn ...

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From the Nightshift: Horror primetime – that was then, this is now


You would think that Television would be the best medium for bring scares into your living room.Β TV series become like people we know, the characters can be come part of our lives and everything seems intimidate.Β But Television hasn’t been known for its horror series or at least its successful series.Β We have been the red headed step child, even lower down ...

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From the Nightshift: Batman sex, Superheroes and comic books


Without the support of the fans no television series would ever survive.Β The small group of hard-core fans has even gone to letter writing and other shows of support to keep their show on the air.Β Some people know everything about a show in details that would scare the actors and producers of the show.Β There are web sites celebrating series and stars ...

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From the Nighshift: Gagsters – The Movie


From the Nightshift Gagsters:the Movie Aleksandar Ivicic Hot Iron Productions The Insomanic met up with actor/writer/director Aleksandar Ivicic the force behind the short comedy/horror film Gagsters: the Movie. The movie strongly enters the killer clown gene, which I think should have more entries as I am pretty scared of clowns. The storyline for the movie is about two brothers who ...

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From the Nightshift: Interview Adam Steigert (Bitez, Gore, The Final Night and Day)


Adam Steigert is busy editing the final cut of a zombie movie called β€œThe Final Night and Day”. He is racing against time so the DVDs will be ready for the first screening. Adam has been heavily involved in all his movies, having shot, co-written, co-directed and edited his first two features β€œBitez”, and β€œGore”. He has also made two ...

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Interview: Greg Lamberson (Slime City, Slime City Massacre)


WHO: Greg Lamberson WHAT: Director “Slime City”, “Slime City Massacre” Greg Lamberson Interview – 05.18.09 The Insomniac was able to hunt down and tie down Greg Lamberson for a few minutes to have a little chat. Greg Lamberson is the director/writer of the cult horror movies “Slime City”, Undying Love (New York Vampire), Naked Fear and the writer of such ...

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From the NightShift: ‘Decayed’ with Director Emil Novak


From the Nightshift – Emil Novak β€œDecayed” The Insomanic caught up with Emil Novak and got an update on the movie he is currently working on. The movie is called β€œDecayed” and involves a plot line full of zombies and desperate human fighting for survival. The story focuses on the evil that men do in times of trouble. What gave ...

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Book Review: Lowlife Underdogs – Author Dustin LaValley


Lowlife Underdogs Author Dustin LaValley Published by Raw Dog Screaming Press Cover design: Chris Williams Book design: Jennifer Barnes 146 Pages I grew up reading short stories as part of anthologies and reading them in magazines. I think I was used to seeing the classic formats for the way stories were developed. Fiction has changed over the last 30 years ...

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