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August 13th, 2014
Reviewed by: seanofthedead
Category: Book Reviews
August 12th, 2014
Reviewed by: Anton Cancre
Category: Book Reviews
August 10th, 2014
Reviewed by: Horrornews.net
Category: Book Reviews
If that possessed demon on the cover doesn’t get you motivated for REC2 I don’t know what will? The cover calls out the “unholy face of new Spanish Horror” and I for one am digging this fresh direction.
REC 1 thrilled audiences and now REC 2 comes at us … Continue reading
Issue 98 celebrates the memory of Paul Naschy who passed away in Nov of 2009. His legacy leaves a performance of several characters such as the wolfman, a hunchback, Count Dracula, a mummyâ€” with several others. 7 pages worth and smattering of tasty images makes this a welcome farewell … Continue reading
When a horror magazine can proudly display 100th issue in this sorrid economy without having to close the doors first…it’s a really good sign. Not only do consumers lack the funds to shell out $10 an issue but are wondering where there next t meal may come from. Though … Continue reading
Sometimes when digging thru old books and magazine you come across a few gems. One for me (at least at the time) was the announcement of a “Spawn” movie and an official movie magazine to go with it. I was deep … Continue reading
Author: Nicoli Cuti, Forrest J. Ackerman, Don Glut
Artists: Neal Adams, Ernie Colon, Reed Crandall, Billy Graham, Mike Royer, Tom Sutton, Tony Tallarico
Cover: Frank Frazetta
Editor: Bill Parente
Publisher: James Warren
Publication Date: 1969
Format: – 66 pages
I will admit straight out, I know very little to almost nothing about the books that started this amazing genre. So … Continue reading
Morpheus Tales #11 is a great collection of short fiction and artwork. Out of the ten stories there was only one that I really didn’t enjoy, personal taste. It seemed a bit out of place in … Continue reading
A Fresh new copy of the magazine “Creepy Images” arrived today, of which I proceeded to secure some proper viewing time to just soak in the images within. We’ve covered all the previous issues which in fact are all of importance especially to horror movie memorabilia collectors, though at least for the moment, it never ceases to amaze me, someof the gems that are dug up and presented here. The magazine which … Continue reading
Girls and Corpses magazine never seems to have a shortage on a collection of great content. Perhaps the oddest collection of content assembled in one magazine, but that what makes it so damn interesting.
This issue we … Continue reading
Back for more from the dead lunacy!!
First up on our roster is the lovely Miss Melissa Jones (AKA Mistress Malice) with an excusive interview and some eye popping photos. Cover model and inside spread make this … Continue reading
I was recently given the pleasure to review some mags by the name of “Ultra Violent”, a name I was familiar with though quite frankly was hard to come by in my neck of the woods. So it’s fair to say that #10 was actually my first … Continue reading
Issue #9 comes loaded with all kinds of underground goodness!
Ben Tatar talks about his days with Eva Gardner and his numerous dubbing roles in films. Strangely enough several of his appearances have been cut out or deleted which all makes for an interesting … Continue reading
You may have seen it, you may not like it, you may have some stronger feelings about it…but there is no denying its present impact as a first release has the horror fan communities quickly exchanging copies with a simple “you’ve got to see this”. Just as soon as “Human Centipede was gaining momentum on the horrific circle, comes along a strange entry that tops it with the single title of “A … Continue reading
Hell-o, information sucking leeches of the Horror literary world. This is a special coinciding review of Ultra Violent Magazine to go along with the movie review of Murder-Set-Pieces. You’ll see many other magazine, comic and book reviews from me in the future, from Masters of Horror and … Continue reading
Are you a horror collector, enthusiast or just admirer of classic movie memorabilia? How’s you interest in stills and lobby cards that at times never even make the movie cut? I think I found the magazine for ya. Creepy Images now on its 2nd release aims to … Continue reading
Rue Morgue arrives on the stands with its 13th Anniversary Halloween issue. A familiar face perÂ Anthony Perkins stares back with a sinister grin that has lurked in the minds of horror fans for generations past. Quite alot of content this month, not to mention the huge tribute to the Psycho film which turns 50. With a snazzy layout, RM brings us up to speed on the important facts on the iconic movie … Continue reading
Cruel Restaurant starts this issue off, and what a film at that. However what makes it special is that author Edward Lee gives us the rundown. Not only is it good writing but it makes alot of sense.
With a slight … Continue reading