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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 20th, 2014
Reviewed by: Dave Gammon
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October 17th, 2014
Reviewed by: Horrornews.net
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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”
Concept albums came into prominence with The Whoâ€™s Tommy back in the 60s, and continue a rich tradition of storytelling in music to this day. In TreeLogia (The Album as It Is Not), The Morningside gives us a new twist on the concept album; a fifty-minute single. TreeLogia is an exposition of the song The Trees from previous album The Wind, the Trees and the Shadows of the Past, and tells the story of … Continue reading
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
While punk died long ago, it left a legacy of rock-and-roll music played loud, played raw and played without concern for narrow scope and genre definitions that curtail so many styles. This leads us to Aidenâ€™s Some Kind of Hate. Born out of love for horror and punk, the album blends the two in an angry and surprisingly fun rock album.
Aiden formed in 2003 as a punk/emo band. They recorded … Continue reading
Music Video: Calm – Ugly Sulk
Roach made a wrong decision in her life
and it leaves us all very sad.
Everything seemed to be going well:
the music, the band ‘Ugly Sulk’ were starting to get somewhere… People were listening.
We are all at a loss at Roach’s demise.
We are all very familiar with her trials and tribulations,
her insomnia, her addiction to sleeping pills…
Maybe … Continue reading
It appears Motionless in White is intent on driving really edgy music videos. This of course is great news to our legions of Horror fans. Check out the new Video below.
As reported today:
The controversial video features Twisted Sister’s Dee Snider and NY Ink tattoo artist Megan Massacre, and was directed by Dee’s son Cody Blue Snider.
“We wanted to make a … Continue reading
MIKE JOY: How did you first become involved with Iron Maiden?
DEREK RIGGS: I was working as an album cover artist with several record companies doing all sorts of things, I did a few Jazz covers for EMI records. Iron Maiden’s manager saw those pictures about six months after they were published and asked to see my portfolio.
MIKE JOY: How did “Eddie” come about and what’s the story behind this … Continue reading
If you like Sims and Horror, then this little skit won’t only make sense but might just make your day. This little piece originates from the CollegeHumor.com site, check it out!
Welcome back everyone. Itâ€™s the first full week of the New Year. Youâ€™re all back at work, fighting to make ends meet and generally being pissed off. Perhaps youâ€™re not, and if so, I feel truly happy for those that have found happiness in their work. Granted, I love doing this column, but itâ€™s definitely not my work, and I have to do sh*t I donâ€™t enjoy just like everyone else to get a table … 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
Born in a small town near Detroit Michigan in 1986, American artist, Sharaya Brooks began drawing in school and at home, deciding to become professional in 2008. That year She published the first of many Dark Art and Macabre Pieces, ‘Proud Craftsman’. Before then she had aspired to be a singer, actor and many other things never letting her creativity blossom as visual art.
She specializes in dark and macabre art, … Continue reading
Based in the foggy, gothic, cobblestoned back streets of the United Kingdom, been a professional Illustrator and Animation Director for a good few years.
Having co-founded and run one of the UK largest CGI Animation Studios, I also paint concept and create production artwork for Film & TV, video games and comic books including projects for folks such as Marvel Comics, BOOM! Studios, MTV, Sony, EA, Lucas Arts, Sci-Fi Channel, Activision, 2000AD, Wizards of … Continue reading
Settle down children, I know itâ€™s only Wednesday, but thatâ€™s the hump day, and if any of the more nubile girls in the class wish to see exactly what that entails, the supply closet is just to my left here. No? Fine. Turn to page 23 in your textbooks, todayâ€™s not going to be fun.
Merry Christmas, children. I hope Santa was better to you this year than he was to your Professor. Between losing his tenure and an impending sexual harassment lawsuit with statutory implications, it hasnâ€™t been a good Christmas season for dear old Fiendy. Iâ€™ve managed to persevere – well at least enough to deliver a new column – something thatâ€™s been difficult in the days leading up to this joyous holiday.
Well hello there, children. Today weâ€™re going to go back into that big bag of strange I like to pull sh*t out of every once and a while. There are certainly some horrific overtones, but bizarre is the primary adjective at play here. This is a little segment from a movie you just might have seen in your younger years called â€śThe Adventures of Mark Twain.â€ť
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