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Magazine Review: Rue Morgue Magazine – Issue 90

Published by MARRS MEDIA INC. Publication Date: 2009 Format: Color – 91 pages Price: $9.95 I’ve always considered Rue Morgue as a favorite printed horror mag. Hands down the design work and layouts far exceed its competitor Fangoria as far as a interestingly visual presentation. (Though with due respect to Fangoria, which I read monthly as well). Add to that …

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Grimm Up North Film Festival – October 28th and 31st

Grimm Up North Film Festival is back for a second year – Bigger, Bloodier and more Brutal than ever. This Halloween between the 28th and 31st October the darkness descends on Manchester, as the UK’s premier horror and sci-fi film festival returns. Last year’s inaugural festival saw 25 feature films, including 15 premieres – featuring Q&As and seminars with directors, …

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Cherry Tree Lane: surburban fears!

From award-winning writer-director Paul Andrew Williams (London To Brighton) comes an authentic urban thriller about a vicious clash of two utterly opposed cultures. Christine (Blake) and Mike (Butcher) are normal parents living in a semi-detached house on suburban street Cherry Tree Lane. They don’t realise it, but a desperate and terrible situation involving their teenage son is just minutes away …

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At the Mountains of Madness: Will Tom Cruise star

Collider got their digits on a casting dilemma between Guillermo del Toro and Universal. The two sides seem to be at loggerheads when deciding who should star in del Toro’s long gestating MOUNTAINS OF MADNESS. Universal apparently sees James McAvoy as the man for the job…del Toro’s dead-set on getting Tommy Cruise the gig! Cruise and del Toro have history, …

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The Grey: Trouble with Wolves!

The Hollywood Reporter’s Heat Vision blog states that Bradley Cooper is out and fellow A-TEAM co-star Liam Neeson is in! Is it entertaining that Carnahan also directed THE A-TEAM? Keeping this one in-house folks! Seriously though… According to the site Neeson is in negotiations to take over the role originally assigned to Cooper, who’s reasons for leaving are unknown at …

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Hobo with a Shotgun: Rutger Hauer’s new thriller

[dailymotion]http://www.dailymotion.com/video/xepaj2_hobo-with-a-shotgun-trailer_shortfilms[/dailymotion] Jason Eisener’s bloody beast of a flick titled Hobo with a Shotgun have their gory trailer ready for you gander below to see all that red. Here a homeless vigilante blows away crooked cops, pedophile Santas, and other scumbags with his trusty pump-action shotgun. Hey he’s just doing us a favor what’s the big deal? I’d even buy him …

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September Auction Extravaganza- Saturday September 11th

HOLLYWOOD’S ICONIC ACTION PROPS ARE ON THE AUCTION BLOCK DURING PREMIERE PROPS’ LIVE AUCTION ON SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 11 EL SEGUNDO (August 31, 2010) – Premiere Props announced today they will be hosting their LIVE September Auction Extravaganza, featuring over 750 movie props and costumes from Hollywood’s iconic action films, used by today’s hottest stars. In honor of the movie opening …

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Film Review: Pure Terror – 50 movie pack set

Mill Creek  is noted for their collections, especially for those of us on a tight budget. It’s safe to say that I’ve pretty much purchased or acquired just about every large collection pack they’ve put out. This is because just the effort of finding, burning or stock piling these titles alone would outweigh the cost. This pack which contains 50 …

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The Village of Shadows: France November 17th – images!

Christa Theret, Axel Kiener, Barbara Goenaga, Cyrille Thouvenin, Fabrice Josso and Richard Darbois all star inFouad Benhammou’s The Village of Shadows. Here a group of friends who take to the road to spend the weekend in the village of RUIFLEC. When they arrive, some disappear mysteriously, without explanation. The others, while trying to rediscover them, will do anything to remain …

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Let Me In: October 1st – First footage!

Matt Reeves’ Let Me In follows Abby, a secretive 12-year old girl, who moves next door to Owen. Owen is a social outcast who is viciously bullied at school and in his loneliness, forms a profound bond with his new neighbor. Owen can’t help noticing that Abby is like no one he has ever met before. As a string of …

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Locke and Key: comes to television

Joe Hill’s comic book Locke and Key is eschewing a run in theaters and will instead be adapted for television. Alex Kurtzman, Robert Orci, Steven Spielberg and Josh Friedman will oversee the project. Hill, son of Stephen King, also penned “Heart-Shaped Box” and “Horns.” Distributed by IDW Publishing, “Locke & Key” tells of Keyhouse, an unlikely New England mansion, with …

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Skyline 2: sequel so soon?

Variety sales agency IM Global will be selling a slew of new titles at this year’s Toronto International Film Festival. Alongside the previously announced Barry Levinson zombie eco-thriller The Bay, Global revealed they’ve already begun work on Skyline 2. So does that mean we have a cliffhanger of an ending heading our way? We shall see! Relativity Media nailed the …

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Bunyan: The legends are true – images posted!

Gary Jones is in principal photography on his flick Bunyan that takes us to a first-time offenders boot camp where the kids there learn the Paul Bunyan legend is real, horrifying, and a 15-foot monstrous giant! Bunyan stars genre vet Joe Estevez, Tom Downey, and Tim Lovelace. Jesse Kove, Amber Connor, Cliff Williams, Victoria Ramos, Kristina Kopf, and Jill Evyn. …

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Twilight Zone: Erotic Parody

[dailymotion]http://www.dailymotion.com/video/xep58t_twilight-zone-p*rn-parody-trailer_shortfilms[/dailymotion] Adults only kiddies… Director Paul Thomas’ The Twilight Zone: P*rn Parody is set in a distant era of c**ktails with lunch, and gender-specific roles, biblical virtue found itself being challenged by a couple of new neighbors, whose penchant for earthy carnal pleasures dominate the archaic and self-suppressing morals practiced by the rest of the town. In a quest to …

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Film Review: Reincarnation (Rinne) – (2005)

SYNOPSIS: Timid actress Nagisa Sugiura gets a lead role in a horror film that reenacts a mass murder. Years ago, a professor obsessed with reincarnation, killed the staff and guests of a hotel, including his own children. Nagisa has visions related to the horrendous event, and soon can’t tell the difference between the movie-shoot and the real killings. She isn’t alone, as …

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Film Review: Sick Nurses (2007)

SYNOPSIS: Six nubile nurses and a devious doctor are brutally slain one after another by a vengeful spirit in this bloody shocker. The group had been illegally harvesting body parts for sale on the black market until pretty Tahwan threatened to squeal to the law. Not about to give up their lucrative scheme, her co-workers put her on the table …

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