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

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Where did the idea of “The 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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From the Nightshift: Horror primetime – that was then, this is now

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

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From the Nightshift: Batman sex, Superheroes and comic books

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Without the support of the fans no television series would ever survive. 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. Some people know everything about a show in details that would scare the actors and producers of the show. There are web sites celebrating series and stars ...

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Horrors of Humanity: More Reasons to Take a Bath – Jodi Arias

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Beads of water quickly turn scarlet as steel repeatedly pierces naked flesh. Screams overpower the symphony of a spraying shower as the cleansing stream becomes the arterial splatter of death. The crumpling body grasps at the shower curtain in vein. Its once protecting vinyl now entangles wet and bleeding flesh as a mortuary shroud. This is death experienced within a ...

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Esoterror Sinema: Belcebu, Satan and chick on a stick

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I hate the terms “rock and roll” and “heavy metal” but apparently sentient humans need to prescribe labels to identify concepts. Welcome to interpersonal communications 101. The occult and old Scratch has been associated with these two genres of music for as long the various lobes and hemispheres of the human brain have been able to project insecurities and fears ...

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From the Nighshift: Gagsters – The Movie

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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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The FX Shop: Interview – Ozzy Alvarez (Quatum Creations)

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Interview: fx artist OZZY ALVAREZ of (Quantum Creations FX, Creature Design) 11.03.08 While the Doctor is off sawing up patients for bit parts, we received this special FX interview from Scott Essman of Visionary Media who interviewed FX Artist Ozzy Alvarez………… One of Hollywood’s most respected and in demand ‘creature and makeup effect’ houses, the team at Quantum Creations FX ...

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Horror Talk: 02.3.11

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Greetings, boys and ghouls! Welcome back to Horror Talk, hosted once again by your friendly neighborhood gorehound and indie filmmaker extraordinaire, Travis Legge. Before we delve into the recap of the previous week in horror, I have a bit of a bittersweet announcement that I need to make. Due to various engagements surrounding the limited theatrical release of Raymond Did ...

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Second Annual Women in Horror Month Celebration – updates!

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This year we are excited to announce THE SECOND ANNUAL WOMEN IN HORROR MONTH CELEBRATION At Dark Delicacies In Burbank, CA February 12th, 2011 We would like to officially invite you to the second year’s festivities for Women In Horror Month celebrations in Burbank, California at Dark Delicacies! Dai Green and Reyna Young have teamed up with Sue and Del ...

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Esoterror Sinema: Would you get ‘Nude for Satan’?

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This edition of Esoterror Sinema shall discuss the 1974 Italian sexploitation not so classic film Nude For Satan, or Nuda Per Satana if you prefer to sound out something more crème filled cannoli sexy. That’s not an Alfredo sauce stain on my crotch either by the way! Let’s begin with the basics. Nuda Per Satana originally played in theaters to ...

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