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Trailer: The Lost Boys The Thirst (2010)

Trailer: The Lost Boys The Thirst (2010) In San Cazador, California, the clumsy vampire hunter Edgar Frog is evicted from his trailer. But the best-seller writer Gwen Lieber offers him a job to destroy the head vampire DJ X that promotes worldwide raves to increase his army of undead. Gwen tells that her brother Peter disappeared in Ibiza two years …

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Top 10 Horror Films About Camping

If  you are a horror film buff, then you know what bad, horrible things that can happen while camping.  So, before you head out into the great beyond, read my list of the ten best horror films about camping. Then after you finish, you can decide whether or not you really want to go camping. Some of the films below are …

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Film Review: The Funhouse (1981)

SYNOPSIS: Two young couples on a double date go to a mystifying carnival. For fun, they decide to spend the night in the funhouse. When they witness a vicious murder, they suddenly find themselves in terrible danger. REVIEW: The film was momentarily banned in the UK and labeled as a ‘video nasty’. This was because the movie was mistaken for …

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Film Review: Supernatural: The Anime Series (2011)

SYNOPSIS: As children, Sam and Dean Winchester lost their mother Mary to a horrific paranormal incident. Raised by an obsessively driven father searching for revenge, they’ve become hunters—traveling America to save others from things that go bump in the night. Now the past has come back to haunt them: their father mysteriously vanishes, and Sam’s girlfriend Jessica dies in exactly …

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Interview: George “The Animal” Steele (wrestler)

EXCLUSIVE HORRORNEWS INTERVIEW: GEORGE “THE ANIMAL” STEELE PROFESSIONAL WRESTLER AND ACTOR (MOVIE: ED WOOD) How did you get involved with Ed Wood? Tim was looking the right person to play the part of Tor and my name kept coming up. You worked with a lot of talent in Tim Burton, Johnny Depp, Bill Murrey, and Martin Laundau. How was the …

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Film Review: Muckman (2009)

SYNOPSIS: A TV documentary crew searches the woods for a fabled creature. REVIEW: Most of us who follow b-movies will know the name Brett Piper. I first became familiar with his work when watching a Troma trailer tape advertising his film “A Nymphoid Barbarian in Dinosaur Hell”. It was one of those ridiculous films that I never felt could hold …

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Film Review: The 8th Plague (2006)

SYNOPSIS: Launa is obsessed with investigating the disappearance of her sister who has not returned from a recent camping trip in the mountain town of Halgyon Springs. The search leads to an abandoned prison where Launa and her friends are exposed to an ancient evil that the stone walls of Halgyon Ridge can no longer hold back. Relentless terror, gore, …

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Film Review: The Task (2010)

SYNOPSIS: A group of unlucky reality show contestants must survive the night in a haunted jail. REVIEW: Today I went to see “Captain America: First Avenger”, which is now my second favorite super hero movie next to “Spiderman 2”. It was a really great film that does EVERYTHING right. When I returned from the theater I came home and jumped …

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Creeping Hemlock Press Launches PRINT IS DEAD

Acclaimed indie publisher Creeping Hemlock Press, publisher of the Stoker-nominated anthology Corpse Blossoms, announces PRINT IS DEAD, a new imprint devoted to the best in original zombie fiction. “These guys know more about the undead than I do… and that’s saying something, because I’ve been hanging out with zombies for as long as I can remember.” -George A. Romero “This …

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Music Review: Heavy Lord – Balls to All

Balls to All album cover

There’s nothing pretty about Heavy Lord, and that’s a good thing. They don’t have a nice website. Their bio wouldn’t make it past a high school newspaper editor. They don’t even give us last names. What they do give us is uncompromising, heavy rock and roll music. In their own words: “We play ultraloud and uncompromising music like a big …

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