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October 18th, 2014
Interviewed by: Janel Spiegel
October 16th, 2014
Interviewed by: The Black Saint
October 15th, 2014
Interviewed by: Mike Joy
October 22nd, 2014
Reviewed by: Horrornews.net
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October 20th, 2014
Reviewed by: Dave Gammon
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October 17th, 2014
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She has no past. She has no family. She was raised in an orphanage. So, she lives for what she does best: be an FBI agent. That’s why Audrey Parker is sent to a distant Maine village called Haven, to investigate the crime of a prison fugitive. What she does not know, is that her past is connected to that village, that old threats from the past are coming back, … Continue reading
A deputy sheriff is confronted with the unsolved mystery of a half-dozen child kidnappings over the past decade in a small town in Minnesota.
Check out our Review of Season 1 “Happy Town”
Happy Town is an American drama television series that premiered on Wednesday, April 28, 2010, and ended on June 16, 2010 on ABC. It was created by Josh Appelbaum, Andre Nemec and Scott Rosenberg. … Continue reading
This cop drama will incorporate stories from Grimm’s Fairy Tales. A cop named Nick (played by David Giuntoli) starts seeing humans as animals and wants to protect society from them. Russell Hornsby is set to play Nick’s partner and Tulloch his love interest.
David Giuntoli as Nick Burkhardt, a homicide detective who discovers he descends from a line of Grimms, hunters who fight supernatural … Continue reading
Centers on the Shannons, an ordinary family from 2149 when the planet is dying who are transported back 85 million years to prehistoric Earth where they join Terra Nova, a colony of humans with a second chance to build a civilization.
A year ago, vampires, werewolves and zombies mysteriously descended upon the streets of California’s San Fernando Valley. Death Valley is the dark comedy that follows the cops that capture the monsters, and the camera crew that captures the cops.
Follow the horrific yet comedic exploits of the newly formed Undead Task Force (UTF), a division of the LAPD created to combat the emergence of … Continue reading
Per the AHS website:
American Horror Story revolves around the Harmons, a family of three who moved from Boston to Los Angeles as a means to reconcile past anguish. The all-star cast features … Continue reading
When a man goes looking for his missing girlfriend, he stumbles upon a government conspiracy that is bigger than the president himself. Wikipedia cites “The Event (typographically stylized THE EV?NT) is an American television series containing elements of science fiction, action/adventure and political allegory. The show was created by Nick Wauters, and premiered on NBC on September 20, 2010. The plot centers on a group of extraterrestrials, some of whom … Continue reading
Freddy, the dream serial-killer, hosts this anthology of stories set on Elm Street. TV.com cites “Based on the Nightmare on Elm Street film series, Freddy’s Nightmares: A Nightmare on Elm Street the Series is an anthology show hosted by Freddy Krueger. Krueger sometimes appeared in the episodes, but often he just hosted the strange, Twilight Zone-like stories about theâ€¦ More residents of Springwood’s nightmares. Episodes consist of two stories, usually … Continue reading
A series of supernatural events begin in a small coastal New Jersey town after the arrival of a mysterious teenage girl whom apparently has ability to make people and events act on her behalf. Wikipedia cites: Point Pleasant is a television series that first aired on the Fox Network in January 2005. It was cancelled in March 2005 due to poor ratings.
Elisabeth Harnois—–Christina Nickson
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A television series broken down into 13 separate 60-minute films from premiere horror writers and directors.
Wikipedia cites “Fear Itself was a horror/suspense anthology television series shot in the city of Edmonton, Alberta, Canada, with some additional shooting in the city of St. Albert and the town of Devon, Alberta. It began airing on June 5, 2008 on NBC.
Read our Review of “Fear Itself”
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
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
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
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 â€“ 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
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
Macabre Families Horror Fans Wish They Could Have Grown Up With
Television families have always been a staple from every generation since the dawning of the Boob tube. Most of the generations have grown up watching The Cleavers, The Osmonds, The Jacksons, The Partridges, and the Bradys among others but thankfully true horror fans have had families to grow up watching as well. We are gonna talk about the top horror/macabre families that most horror … Continue reading
Every horror fan knows that horror films have more stereotyped characters in them than a rabbi, priest and a black guy who walk into a bar.Â But why is this? Is it because these types of people are so easy to make fun? Or is it because there is just a shortage of original ideas for characters?Â Look at it this way, we all like to see the dumb blonde die, or the stupid teenage get his … Continue reading
Weâ€™ve all done it, sometimes even in a theater.Â No, not THAT.Â Iâ€™m talking about saying or screaming different phrases while watching a horror movie.Â These phrases may be something as simple as whispering under your breath or yelling at the top of your lungs in a crowded movie theater.Â
Most of these random outbursts are during a really horrible horror movie when there is nothing better to do then yell at the TV or … Continue reading
I sit to begin this list with the background noise of Romero’s Day of the Dead playing, and it’s a great flick to have as motivation for putting together a list like the one I’m about to compile.
It’s not a part of this list, which is no slight; this list isn’t necessarily about the best, most common or most loved zombie flicks. If it was, Day of the Dead would probably be around #6 … Continue reading