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Film Review: Catch-22 (1970)

SYNOPSIS: “A bombardier during World War Two tries desperately to escape the insanity of the war. However, sometimes insanity is the only sane way cope with a crazy situation. Catch-22 is a parody of the military mentality and bureaucratic society in general.” (courtesy IMDB) REVIEW: Hot off the enormously successful film The Graduate (1967), director Mike Nichols could have had …

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Film Review: McCanick (2013)

SYNOPSIS: Set over the course of one day, a narcotics detective hunts for a seemingly harmless young criminal who knows a truth about the cop’s past REVIEW: McCanick is a 2013 crime drama released under Well Go USA directed by Josh C. Waller. The movie stars actor David Morse in the lead role of Eugene ‘Mack’ McCanick. McCanick is a …

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Film Review: Killer Piñata (2015)

SYNOPSIS: In lieu of unionizing labor, the angry spirit of an abused, and very much dead, factory worker takes possession of a piñata in order to turn the tables on a cold, uncaring world filled with people-on-piñata violence. REVIEW: With this release, it looks like director Stephen Tramontana has finally bounced back from his rather public tussle with Quentin Tarantino; …

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Film Review: The Others (2001)

SYNOPSIS: A woman who lives in a darkened old house with her two photosensitive children becomes convinced that her family home is haunted. REVIEW: Grace (Nicole Kidman) has been waiting for her husband to return from war. She has chosen a beautiful but desolate feeling Jersey mansion to retire with her 2 young photosensitive children. The children are unique in …

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Film Review: The Hospital 2 (2015)

SYNOPSIS: Two guys and one woman are running a shelter for women who have been assaulted by their husbands.  The place looks like a shelter, but in reality it’s a place for sick behavior and where ill minds perform their acts. REVIEW: The Hospital 2 is a sequel to the 2013 film The Hospital.  I haven’t seen the first film …

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Film Review: Toxic Lullaby (2010)

SYNOPSIS: After a night of partying in the countryside with her close friends, Eloise (Samantha Richter) wakes up all alone only to find the world around her is drastically different. The landscape has become desolate populated with zombie-like monsters called “sleepers” ready to chase her down. She reaches out to other survivors, but not all are friendly; many are even …

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Film Review: Attack of the Vegan Zombies (2010)

SYNOPSIS: Joe and his wife Dionne have had yet another bad crop for their winery. Faced with the prospect of losing the family farm, Dionne convinces her mother (a witch) to cast a spell upon next year’s crop. The crop is such a success that Joe hires some college students to help them harvest. However, when a nosy neighbor begins …

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Book Review: Darkbound – Author Michaelbrent Collings

DARKBOUND By: Michaelbrent Collings 287 Pages A group of unsuspecting passengers are trapped along a commuter train seemingly chartered toward the very depths of hell. Will the diverse mixture of individuals realize their common bond and rise against adversity posed before them or will they ultimately succumb to the evil that lurks in the shadows around them? Darkbound marks the …

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Typecast: A Monstrous Movie Tale – Official Details

Hollywood may be the land of dreams and opportunity, but it’s not all red carpets and martini lunches when you’re an actual monster. From writer/comedian, Ben Paddon (PortsCenter, Boomer’s Day Off), writer/actress, Mac Beauvais (Hit Girl, The Gloaming), and featuring director Justin Zagri (Severus Snape and the Marauders) comes TYPECAST, a comedy of horrors about just how truly monstrous Hollywood …

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Kevin Bacon Tremors TV Pilot Trailer Breakdown

Kevin Bacon Tremors TV Pilot Trailer Breakdown Johnny Macabre talks about the Tremors TV Pilot Trailer on HorrorNewsNetTV Youtube Channel So we had the prospect of a new Tremors TV series with Kevin Bacon reprising his role. Said TV series did not get picked up, but the trailer did get released. I go through and break down what could have …

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Carly Schroeder (Ouija House) Interview: Texas Frightmare Weekend

Horrornews.net Exclusive: Carly Schroeder (Ouija House) Interview from Texas Frightmare Weekend by Jonathan A. Moody Ouija House concerns a graduate student who, trying to finish the last of her research on a book project she hopes will help her down-on-her-luck mother, brings friends to a house with a dark past, where they soon unwittingly summon an evil entity who makes …

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HorrorNewsNet Film Festival Launches – Submit Your Horror Movie Now!

For Immediate Release: Horrornews.net (HNN) has officially launched the inaugural HorrorNewsNet Film Festival (HNNFF) and we are placing a call for entries for both feature and short films in the horror genre.   HNN has teamed with the popular festival portal, FilmFreeway to take all submissions.  Are you a filmmaker and think you have the next Halloween, Friday the 13th, or …

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