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The Dark Art of April A Taylor Photography

Internationally published and exhibited photographer April A Taylor has always leaned towards the dark & gritty with her work; exploring forgotten places, ghost towns & abandoned buildings. Now she has combined this style of photography with her life-long love affair with Halloween, horror and all of the things that go bump in the night. The Dark Art of April A …

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Apex Publications releases THE BLACKNESS WITHIN

Apex Publications is proud to announce the release of Stoker Award-nominated editor Gill Ainsworth’s latest anthology, The Blackness Within: Stories of the Pagan God Moccus. From Africa to Australasia, from Europe to the US, take a terrifying journey led by world-renowned and up-and-coming authors of horror. See how Moccus, the Celtic God of fecundity, brings His barbaric brutality to the …

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The Perfect House: Buffalo’s latest graphic violence film!

The Perfect House is a horror anthology about the previous occupants of a young couples’ seemingly perfect dream home. At its core The Perfect House reflects the deterioration of family values, social etiquette, and common decency in today’s society. Our goal was to tell three very different stories that were all connected at their core by one common theme – …

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Film Review: The Haunting of Lisa (1996)

SYNOPSIS: A young and innocent girl named Lisa receives mysterious visions about the murder of a young child. When the visions become increasingly more intense, Lisa’s parents ask for the help of a priest to figure out what is going on. Are Lisa’s visions real? What are they trying to say? Soon, these visions set in motion a search for …

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Zombie Girl: The Movie eats its way to DVD

The award-winning documentary, ZOMBIE GIRL: THE MOVIE, gets its North American DVD release by R Squared Films on November 9th! After winning the Spirit Award at the Slamdance Film Festival and playing before enthusiastic audiences at Comic-Con, Hot Docs, AFI Dallas, Fantastic Fest, and the Mill Valley Film Festival, ZOMBIE GIRL: THE MOVIE is now coming to a store near …

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Unexplained Confidential: Deja Vu

There are many doctors of horror, and even more patients. There are Count Horrors here and Sir Horrors there, but I am untitled. I am, dare I say, Unexplained. You can simply call me to by one name. I am Joyhorror. This is Unexplained Confidential. And… You are about a die. Well, maybe not this very sitting but continue to …

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Gabriel Cowan’s GROWTH Premiere Screening

Gabriel Cowan’s GROWTH Screening and Q&A at American Cinematheque on Tuesday, September 7th WHAT: Exclusive theatrical screening and Q&A of the new sci-fi/horror thriller GROWTH, with writer/director Gabriel Cowan, producer Aimee Clark and stars Mircea Monroe, Brian Krause, Richard Riehle, Nora Kirkpatrick and Christopher Shand. WHEN: Tuesday, September 7th TIME: 7:30pm – Writer/Director Gabriel Cowan introduces screening Approx. 9pm – …

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Doc Rotten’s Halls of Horror: Amicus Anthologies Part 1

In 1964, American producers Milton Subotsky and Max J. Rosenberg team up to create Amicus Productions, a small independent film company based in Shepperton Studios, England. Among the first films they release is Dr. Terror’s House of Horrors, a portmanteau horror film starring Christopher Lee and Peter Cushing. They quickly become closely associated and compared to Hammer Films to which …

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Film Review: Trick or Treat (1986)

SYNOPSIS: After learning that his rock ‘n’ roll idol (Tony Fields) died in a fire, teen outcast Eddie Weinbauer (Marc Price) consults a local DJ (Gene Simmons of Kiss) and learns that he can bring his hero back to life by playing his final album backward. With a resuscitated rock star by his side, Eddie’s sure he can rule his …

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Film Review: Triangle (2009)

SYNOPSIS: When Jess sets sail on a yacht with a group of friends, she cannot shake the feeling that there is something wrong. Her suspicions are realized when the yacht hits a storm and the group is forced to board a passing ocean liner to get to safety, a ship Jess is convinced she’s been on before. The ship appears …

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Film Review: Ice From the Sun (1999)

SYNOPSIS: The angels in Heaven and the devils in Hell have a common enemy: The Presence, a being who dominates a dimension gorged with terror and bloodshed. Alison is the mortal recruited to hunt down and assassinate The Presence. She must journey through this universe of chaos and depravity, enveloped by the screams of the tortured and the stench of …

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Lake Placid 3: Red Band Trailer and cover art!

LAKE PLACID 3: The monster crocodiles return in a frightening new installment of the successful horror franchise when the unrated Lake Placid 3 debuts on DVD October 26 from Sony Pictures Home Entertainment. Colin Ferguson (TV’s “Eureka”), Yancy Butler (Kickass), Kacey Barnfield (Resident Evil: Afterlife), and Michael Ironside (Terminator Salvation) star in the latest incarnation of the campy, blood-thirsty horror …

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The Phantom: on Blu-ray – lots of new pics!

Iconic Superhero Battles Onto Blu-ray Disc And DVD September 7 From RHI Entertainment And Vivendi Entertainment UNIVERSAL CITY, CA – The Ghost Who Walks returns! Before Superman, Spider-Man, and Batman, there was The Phantom, the greatest legend in the annals of 20th century comic-book crime fighting. The celebrated crime fighter is reimagined in The Phantom, arriving on Blu-ray Disc and …

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Sexy Horror / Cult DVD’s from SRS Cinema

SRS Cinema To Release Two Sexy Horror / Cult DVDs on Oct 19 Scream Queens Double Feature: Swimsuit Sensations & Knockout Workout SRS Cinema and MVD Visual will release both Scream Dream and Scream Queens Double Feature: Swimsuit Sensations & Knockout Workout for North American DVD distribution on October 19. Both DVDs are in the sexy horror / cult vein, …

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Film Review: Rosemary’s Baby (1968)

SYNOPSIS: “Rosemary and Guy Woodhouse move into an apartment in a building with a bad reputation. They discover that their neighbours are a very friendly elderly couple named Roman and Minnie Castevet, and Guy begins to spend a lot of time with them. Strange things start to happen: A woman Rosemary meets in the washroom dies a mysterious death, Rosemary …

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