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August 13th, 2014
Reviewed by: seanofthedead
Category: Book Reviews
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Reviewed by: Anton Cancre
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Gore and vomit have always had a relationship, with truly gory films such as the Guinea Pig movies and the August Underground films inducing gallons of vomit across the planet.
Director Lucifer Valentine has combined the two âhobbiesâ into a new genre he calls âvomit goreâ. They feature vomit, and may cause the viewer to join in. I made it 11 minutes into his first film, Slaughtered Vomit Dolls, before … Continue reading
The sadistic Slovakian CountessÂ of the 16th and 17th century put a cornerstone of interest in many horror fanatics, with the release of âStay Aliveâ. The movie made a fantasy about a woman that had a thirst for blood, unfortunately it was just a fragment of the true story of one of the most sadistic female serial murders of the century. Incidentally this wasnât the first myth that would help her claim to fame. I believe … Continue reading
Most horror films are all about killing and torturing, but there are some that even though they have some deaths in it, also have a lot of love. So below I bring you my list of ten films to cuddle up with your significant other, or your favorite blanket, and watch the love and blood pour out.
Fuller stated that a script is ready for a new Friday the 13th movie, but so far there’s little movement from New Line Cinema to make it. As for Freddy Krueger getting another outing any time soon, he said … Continue reading
My Myth of Vampires
Vampires, everyone loves them, but what makes sense vs. the reality check.
Stake in the heart: In the movies they are classically killed with a stake through the heart. When it comes right down to it, anything that gets a stake in the heart is going to die.
This just makes sense and successful in most of the text and main stream movies.
Holy water: Well if you are from … Continue reading
Our quest is nigh complete, our vessel has capturedÂ a plentiful array of marine life, destined to become delicacies around the world at prices that will make my men and I rich. Who would think that this vast body of water would contain the key to eternal luxury and freedom from debt…”
AsÂ you were writing in your personal journal your boat quaked. You placed your quill back in the ink-bottle and quickly placed … Continue reading
Hooves pounding on cobblestone swiftly approach you as you cross the creaky bridge about to leave town to fetch wood. Your heart basically unearths itself from your chest, it is beating so hard. The legends cannot be true, you think to yourself. You are frozen, an icicle above a slow-trickling river, as if hung from a tree branch, which would slowly melt and cascade into the water. You felt as if you … Continue reading
Every time I turn on the news I see another city or state with a state of emergency warning for a winter storm.Â Even here in Colorado we got a big snow storm over the weekend (for which I had to be in an airport for 14 hours due to delaysâŚ).Â So to honor the snow gods I decided to sift through my horror collection and find my favorite snow filled horror … Continue reading
Put yourself on the ocean, on a ship exploring and looking for a new land to settle on. The waves roughly chop against your boat. In the distance you can see dark clouds and lightning fluttering on the skyline. Gulls cry in the distance, but over their loud calls, a shimmering voice emanates loudly. It’s a woman, singing a song, and immediately your heart becomes filled with infatuation and wonder. All of … Continue reading
The relationship of mother and son is a very touching thing. Don’t get too close to your mother, however, the kids might start talking and calling you names. Sons that just so happen to be overprotected by their mothers are considered weak and vulnerable, which is reason that they will be picked on .
In a few days from now a remake of an original horror film will be released. It will … Continue reading
Presenting the entire legendary collection of Video Nasties Box cover art.
At one time the most disturbing horror titles on the market (and off)
Standing 8 feet tall and weighing well over 500 hundred pounds, with reported sightings all over the world in all 50 states and on every single continent, comes one of the most exciting monster to ever come out of a creature-feature. It is probably the most well-known of all crypto-zoology myths, with tales abundant around every corner of the earth.
This creature has been named differently all over, and … Continue reading
There are no shortages of reality television shows centering on ghost hunting and paranormal exploration. A&E is home to âParanormal State.â Syfy touts âGhost Hunters,â and âGhost Hunters International.â But how ârealâ are these reality shows? Ghostly evidence on television can be suspect to fraud.Â
I want nothing more than to believe a medium when they state that they are talking to some spirit. I want to believe a ghost investigator when … Continue reading
Frightful Japan: The Devilâs Gate
Oni stand taller and broader across the shoulder than any person youâll ever meet. Theyâre heavily muscled and completely naked except for their tiger-skin loincloths and the heavy iron rings encircling their wrists and ankles. If youâre ever unlucky enough to come across an oni, youâll notice among other things it has either one or two horns growing out of its massive head and … Continue reading
A very historic event is upcoming and will change the world significantly. The people on this planet will suddenly get a new outlook, and everything will change drastically.Â If you think this is reference to the inauguration you are plum insane. In the near future a catastrophic event will occur to the earth, whether air born, animal born, or bred and nurtured in a laboratory. This disease will be the cure of all … Continue reading
Doc Rotten shares some Holiday Cheer Fear.
From time to time horror film makers point their carnivorous camera lenses at Santa Claus and create holiday horror treats that tear and claw at the worldâs fascination with jolly old Saint Nick. This season is no different with two European filmmakers putting Santa through the wringer.
With both features hearkening back to the ancient European legends of Saint Nicholas, the Krumpas and Sinterklaas, Jalmari Helanderâs … Continue reading