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Belcebu, Satan and chick on a stick

I hate the terms “rock and roll” and “heavy metal” but apparently sentient humans need to prescribe labels to identify concepts. Welcome to interpersonal communications 101. The occult and old Scratch has been associated with these two genres of music for as long the various lobes and hemispheres of the human brain have been able to project insecurities and fears …

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Film Review: Evil Toons (1992)

SYNOPSIS:A group of four hot teenage girls must spend the night in an old haunted house in order to receive a large amount of money. On the night of their arrival, a strange man arrives at the house, delivering an old book. Once he is gone, the girls examine the book, where they find a sketch of a wolf-like monster! …

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Film Review: Elektra (2005)

SYNOPSIS: Elektra, once a student of Kimagure, a force for good, who’s masters can see the future and even bring people back from the dead, is now a paid assassin. The enemy, the force for evil, at this time is known as the hand, whose members use the dark arts. In this tale Elektra is given an assignment to kill …

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Film Review: Let the Right one In (2008)

SYNOPSIS: A peculiar Swedish boy named Oskar befriends a mysterious young girl named Eli. Eli helps Oskar to get up the courage to fight back when being bullied at school. As his friendship with Eli grows, so does his confidence. Although, there is something frighteningly different about Eli, she is a vampire REVIEW: There is a well-known worldwide obsession with vampires. Countless films have …

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Film Review: Jack Brooks Monster Slayer (2008)

SYNOPSIS: After witnessing his family’s violent murder, Jack Brooks (Trevor Matthews) develops an uncontrollable anger problem, but the night classes his girlfriend (Rachel Skarsten) suggests to cure Jack’s “issues” end up making them worse when his professor (Robert Englund) undergoes changes. Suddenly, Jack is the only person on Earth who can bring an unspeakable evil to its knees — but …

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Film Review: Sheitan (2006)

SYNOPSIS: Sheitan is a French film about three young men frequenting a night club on Christmas Eve to get into your standard debauchery of drugs and sex. While two of the group of the guys go off to hook up with some girls, the lone member Bart (Bartelemy) gets involved in a drunken trussle and is promptly thrown out. One …

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Film Review: The Changeling (1980)

SYNOPSIS: Director Peter Medak’s haunted-house tale stands as one of the most chilling stories to make it to the big screen. When composer John Russell (George C. Scott) loses his wife and daughter in a car wreck, he seeks solace by renting a secluded estate outside Seattle. But the mansion is haunted by the presence of a child who died …

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Film Review: SAW III (2006)

SYNOPSIS: Jeff is an anguished man, who grieves and misses his young son that was killed by a driver in a car accident. He has become obsessed for revenge against the man and reckless with his wife and daughter. When Dr. Lynn Denlon, who has troubles with her marriage, is abducted by the deranged Jigsaw’s apprentice Amanda, she is brought …

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Film Review: SAW VI (2009)

SYNOPSIS: Special Agent Strahm is long gone, and Det. Hoffman (Costas Mandylor) is now the heir to John Jigsaw’s (Tobin Bell) terrifying legacy. FBI Agent Erickson (Mark Rolston) is now hot on his trail, but Hoffman is about to reveal Jigsaw’s grand plot. Kevin Greutert directs this next installment of the smash horror dynasty, while Betsy Russell, Peter Outerbridge, Tanedra …

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Film Review: SAW V (2008)

SYNOPSIS: When Hoffman (Costas Mandylor) learns that his secret connection to Jigsaw (Tobin Bell) will be exposed, the forensics detective embarks on a hunt to eradicate everything that links him to the serial killer in the fifth installment of the grisly horror series. Jigsaw’s legacy of torturous traps lives on and director David Hackl remains at the helm in this …

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Film Review: Die (2010)

SYNOPSIS: Six people who have each attempted suicide find themselves being held prisoner by a psychopath and forced to play a deadly game. Each person being held captive must roll a die to decide the fate of their companion, and they have no choice but to do so under threat of death at the hands of their captor. Will anyone …

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Film Review: The Legend Trip (2006)

SYNOPSIS: A local legend turns into a horrifying reality for a group of young grad students seeking to debunk a Wisconsin haunted house REVIEW: A frightened father Charles Knotting (Mark Metcalf) discloses his recent encounter at the noted Wisconsin haunted house. While blessing and cleansing it of demons he encounters an evil spirit. You could call her barbwire face as …

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Film Review: Re-Cycle (2006)

SYNOPSIS: As she struggles to complete her new horror novel, best-selling author Tsui Ting-Yin’s (Angelica Lee) gruesome literary creations come to life and ensnare her in their terrifying and all-too-real alternate world. Now, she must escape, but the only means is to confront a painful incident in her past. Directed by Danny Pang and Oxide Pang Chun, this visually stunning …

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SCREAM Trilogy Finally Hitting Blu-ray

Kind of seen this one coming from a mile off but with the upcoming theatrical release of SCREAM 4 the powers that be have finally decided to bring the classic three original film to Blu-ray.  This is going to make a lot of people very happy. Blu-ray.com just revealed that Miramax CEO Mike Lang has confirmed that all three will …

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David Slade Set To Pilot THE DEMETER

David Slade is no stranger to the vampire genre, actually his name is synonymous with them of late mainly because hit last two films were about the bloodsuckers. Sure, one of them was a TWILIGHT movie but it did make a butt load of money.  The other of course was 30 DAYS OF NIGHT which I personally like a whole …

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Film Review: Starz Inside: Fantastic Flesh (2008)

SYNOPSIS: Go inside the world of makeup special effects for movies of all genres, from horror (Scream, The Thing) to fantasy (The Chronicles of Narnia) to sci-fi (Planet of the Apes) as K.N.B. EFX Group shares their techniques in creating monsters, aliens and … old people. Directors Quentin Tarantino, Wes Craven, John Carpenter and more tip their hats off to …

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Film Review: Rampage: killing Without Reason (2010)

SYNOPSIS: Dare to take a look deep inside the dark, twisted minds of America’s most disturbed mass murderers. This 10-part documentary series explores the motives and events leading up to the most horrifying rage-murder cases in recent history. This original documentary production features rare and never-before-seen footage and information. See leading experts discuss the psychological reasoning that leads to hate …

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Film Review: Jason X (2001)

SYNOPSIS: It’s 2455 A.D., and Earth is a contaminated planet that’s been abandoned for centuries. In the remains of a research facility, a visiting archaeology class discovers two frozen ancestors — a beautiful woman and a rotted corpse wearing a strange mask. When they transport the carcasses back to their space lab and the ice melts, Jason is revived … …

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