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Todd Martin

Todd Martin grew up in Irvington, a small town in Kentucky. Thanks to his mother, father, and favorite uncle he started watching horror films at a very young age and has been a horror geek ever since. He is basically a walking encyclopedia of horror flicks (especially the 80’s slashers), comic books, and pro wrestling, and has been writing for the biggest majority of his life.

His first book, Nightmare Tales was published in 2006 and he has had several short stories published in several collections. He and his wife Trish published their book “The Gardener,” a horror novel that is a throwback to the slasher films of the 80’s in 2011 and he is working on a collection of short horror stories When he isn’t reviewing movies and books or doing interviews for Horrornews.net he has been known to act from time to time as he has appeared in a handful of low budget horror films. He also enjoys writing screenplays and enjoys making movies as well. He wrote the segment “Angel” which appeared in the 2004 film “Tales from the Grave 2: Happy Holidays!” which was produced and directed by Stephanie Beaton, and recently appeared in Tim Ritter’s film “Deadly Dares: Truth or Dare 4.”. He resides in Kentucky with his wife Trish, their cat Buffy, and their wiener dog, Cujo

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Film Review: Crave (2012)

Rate This Movie SYNOPSIS: A depressed, oddball freelance photographer named Aiden escapes from his lonely existence fantasizing about saving damsels in distress and killing people that he thinks deserve it. After falling for his sexy neighbor Virginia (who he has a one night stand with) his life seems to have purpose. Thanks to her he thinks that he’s finally going …

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Film Review: Psych:9 (2010)

Rate This Movie SYNOPSIS: Roslyn is an unhappily married woman who has a history of mental issues thanks to some disturbing events that happened to her when she was a child. She takes a night job at a recently closed hospital and spends her time working there alone, which probably isn’t the best idea since there is a serial killer …

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Film Review: Madman (1981)

Rate This Movie SYNOPSIS: Sitting around the campfire, a camp counselor tells the campers about the story of Madman Marz, a mean-spirited famer who went nuts one night years ago and slaughtered his entire family. He was supposedly killed by an angry mob as a result, but his dead body disappeared as if it just got up and walked away. …

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Film Review: Dark Sanity (1982)

Rate This MovieSYNOPSIS: When recovering alcoholic Karen and her husband move into a new house she starts seeing visions of the terrible unsolved murder that took place there years earlier. Unfortunately the killer is still walking around free and has decided that since she is close to solving the murder thanks to the visions that Karen must be the next …

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Film Review: Jackals (2017)

Rate This Movie SYNOPSIS: A family hires a deprogrammer to rescue its youngest member from a cult. Too bad the cult isn’t just going to let him go that easily and they end up terrorizing the family (who have taken refuge at a cabin in the woods), killing anyone that gets in their way, demanding that they return him to them.  REVIEW: I’ve …

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Inteview: Jess Adams

  Jess Adams is more than just a pretty face. In addition to being a model she is also a very talented actress that has appeared in a number of movies and television shows and has some pretty cool horror related stuff coming up soon. I was lucky enough to talk to her recently and we spoke about her modeling …

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Film Review: Leatherface (2017)

Rate This Movie SYNOPSIS: Years before the events that took place in the original The Texas Chainsaw Massacre a young Leatherface (who acts nothing like Leatherface until the end of the movie) escapes from a mental hospital, is taken hostage by a weird homicidal couple, and then kills some people.   REVIEW: Why does Leatherface need an origin story? I have no idea. I always just thought that he was …

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