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- March 26th, 2015Interviewed by: Todd Martin
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If you had a chance to check out our hottest alien females, then you probably already started thinking about hot vampires to boot. Now I’ll be the first to admit that hot vampire chicks seems …well quite the bit hotter than hot alien chicks. Maybe it’s that they want to kiss your neck and drain you or maybe its that alot of the early vampire films (70’s and such) … Continue reading
Alien women and science fiction are not as common as you would think. Over the years we’ve had our share of beautiful gals who stepped up to male fantasies by portraying outer space hotties, though somewhere the idea still stems from the green-skinned lady who seduced Captain Kirk. The frequency of Film to TV Alien women inclusions seems to almost spilt down the middle. Though we wanted to take a few minutes to point out … Continue reading
When I say, ‚Äúshe‚Äôs hot‚ÄĚ in terms of judging the external aesthetics of a chick I usually do not mean that I need to wear oven mitts when sticking my thermometer into her juicy stuffing crevice. Although, if her internal temperature is not at 165 degrees I may run the chance of contracting salmonella after I eat…her‚Ä¶out. Then again, if her vaginal cavity is that hot I may be the proud owner of a burnt … Continue reading
If you’ve been on vacation for the last 2 weeks, you’ll want to seriously consider grabbing your Google+ Business Page. Usually I don’t use this site for social media advice, but I see enough relevance to warrant some movement in the Horror community.
First the basics:
1- create a personal profile
2- create a Business page (if applicable)
You’ll have to follow in that order, … Continue reading
Yes, today is what I call the peak day for new Agers and numerologists. It also happens to be the day for a few important films to debut, though that’s just savvy marketing at work. You can read our review on the Darren Bousman release by the same title, though for me I have my eyes set on seeing “Immortals”.
I’m guessing that the search for this date will … Continue reading
As has already been stated, I‚Äôm a graduate student over at Penn State, and when I first arrived there, there was all this talk in my courses by my fellow graduate students about this guy by the name of Foucault.¬†Grad students were saying, ‚ÄúOh, well, Foucault says, this and Foucault says that.‚ÄĚ¬†I didn‚Äôt even know who this guy Foucault was and I was getting a little sick and tired of hearing what Mr. Know-It-All Foucault … Continue reading
When I was just a wee and strange little child I had two great loves in life – Barbie dolls and ghost stories. The only trouble with Barbie is that pink lame kind of leaves me feeling nauseated and a sparkly corvette is by no means my idea of a dream car. So I spent a good many childhood hours stitching Barbie up my idea of a dream wardrobe and spray painting her corvette black … Continue reading
Based on actual events.‚Äô ‚ÄėInspired by actual events.‚Äô Both phrases are often used to market movies, especially horror movies. Nothing drives fans in flocks to a movie theater faster than watching ‚Äúreal life‚ÄĚ horror flash before their eyes. The mere idea of something frightening actually happening to some poor bloke makes audiences scream with excitement and gets their adrenaline running. But what are these ‚Äėactual events?‚Äô
We go into a movie thinking that whatever is … Continue reading
Television tends to move in trends, in terms of what is popular and what is not. For example, during different points in time, things like sitcoms, soap operas, and reality shows have been extremely common, but none of these sorts of shows seem to stay on top indefinitely. One of the most interesting such trends lately has been the extent to which dark, horror-themed shows have taken over viewers‚Äô interests. It used to be that … Continue reading
It was a conversation from Dai and her not liking aquatic films that prompted me to create this list just for her. As I gathered the most notable titles in this area, I began to realize that there were alot of water-based films that I really liked. In fact, I’ll go as far to say as “favorites”. Though there is a bit of difficulty when creating a purely aquatic list. That being the level … Continue reading
He (or she) who has the biggest database wins!
It’s funny as you evolve as a web site and begin to take the marketing study end seriously, you also learn of what makes a web site tick and what is needed to move ahead into the market. Now of course this doesn’t take away more important things like “quality writing”, “a staff who are NOT viewed as ass holes and insight … Continue reading
Of course, we all remember the Scream films and maybe include The Blair Witch Project on a list of non-sucky 90’s horror flicks, but as a young one coming up in that decade, I remember the theaters containing a whole lot of awful horror.
Granted, I enjoyed the film greatly, but I remember at one time that Wes Craven’s New Nightmare was the best horror film I’d seen in a theater. If that doesn’t indicate … Continue reading
Now that the much anticipated Season 2 of The Walking Dead has begun, each week I‚Äôll continue to be bringing you a special look at our beloved cast of characters. This week we‚Äôll look at Dale Horvath.
Possession is surely a topic up for plenty of discussion in today‚Äôs society as it has been in the past. There are those who believe it exists and those who think it is nonsense. Some religions recognize it as a real phenomenon while science views it as undiagnosed health problems.
Despite this, the movie world has not shied away from the subject and has created a few frighteningly disturbed movies that feature … Continue reading
The Comic Con of New York, like that of San Diego, is the geek version of Mecca. Here you can find everything entertainment related from toys and television to comic books and film. Even Anime makes an appearance at the NYCC. Free swag is found at every turn and there is a lot to do ‚Äď assuming you get around the place without being trampled, lost, and knocked unconscious or being forced into a warehouse … Continue reading
Hello again, True Believers! If you read my initial thoughts on the NYCC then you were expecting this Top 10. If you have NOT read that piece then, well ‚Äď shame on you! The New York Comic Con is geek central. It is the Mecca for all things movies/tv, pop culture, comic books and anime. Despite some of the negative things there are some that are also good. This list will take care of those … Continue reading
When Everything Is Dark…Turn On The Night
By John Everson
Editor’s note: Go to the new site for The Pumpkin Man: http://www.thepumpkinman-horror.com and ask the online Ouija Board your darkest questions! And then enter the Contest to win free autographed John Everson books or e-books, as well as autographed CDs from the band New Years Day. Make sure you note that you are entering the … Continue reading
You are walking in cemetery one dark, dreary night (not sure why, but this seems to happen a lot in scenarios like this). You are alone and the only sound you can hear are your footsteps making crackling sounds on the dead leaves. Suddenly, you notice movement from the graves
Then, hands, arms, and finally bodies begin to ascend slowly from the graves. ‚ÄúZombies!‚ÄĚ you say, all slowly limping toward … Continue reading
11- [REC] (both 1 and 2)
A forefront winner in the cinema verite category that engages the user much like a video game might. The things that pop out and attack the camera are damn creepy and frightful to behold. The American film “Quarantine” was a direct copy, but lacked some of the original appeal. … Continue reading
With Halloween around the corner, we wanted to make sure we included our mark on the top 20 scariest films of all time. The selections have been scrutinized over and in fact mirror many other such lists. Though we’d added a few surprises that I think get forgotten from time to time. I wanted to point out something painfully obvious.
Alot of our scariest films occurred at the 70’s end years. I don’t think it’s … Continue reading
So, in my mind, amongst horrible and bloody thoughts of you, I have a growing mass of villains and horror icons that I both love and admire and yet, have never really seen any such compilation from any other esteemed and notable columnist that wasn’t the same old regurgitated sh*t being used over and used over for the sake of churning out another mediocre horror-themed article. It occurred to me while drunk and sharpening axes, … Continue reading