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List of Zombie Horror Movies

[REC] (2011) [REC]² (2009) 28 Days Later (2006) 28 Weeks Later (2007) A.D.(2010) ADA: Zombilerin Dügünü (2010) Aaah! Zombies!! (2010) Against the Dark (2009) Alice Jacobs is Dead (2009) All You Need Is Brains (2009) American Zombie (2007) Astro Zombies (1969) Astro Zombies M3: Cloned (2010) Atomic Brain Invasion (2010) Atom the Amazing Zombie Killer (2010) Autumn (2009) Bachelor Party …

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12 Bad Jokes About Vampire Girl vs. Frankenstein Girl

Vampire Girl vs.Frankenstein Girl (2009) , is an over the top gore filled, fun-fest, directed by Yoshihiro Nishimura and Naoyuki Tomomatsu.The film has a love triangle, between Vampire Girl(Monami) , Frankenstein Girl(Keiko) and Mizushima. Throw in some satirical content about “the wrist-cutting society”, some do-wop songs, and buckets and buckets of spraying blood, I must, nay-have to take a bite …

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Interview: Opi Saint of Patron Saint of Plagues

Interview w/ Patron Saint Of Plagues Frontman Opi Saint (vocals/guitar/songwriter) How do you incorporate horror into your lyrics? All of the songs are presented in a horror anthology style, reminiscent of Tales from the Crypt or the Creepshow movies. Each song has its own terror motif anywhere from werewolves and zombies to murder and demonic possession. As the stories progress, …

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Gorgeously Gruesome Posters Celebrating the Films of Wes Craven

Mondo proudly announced the films of Wes Craven as their next subject in their “Director’s Series” of posters. Artist Alex Pardee took on A NIGHTMARE ON ELM STREET and the SCREAM series with a ghoulish delight in the two new posters. Internal organs swirl and bloody sneakers drip to create the visage of the murderous Ghostface for the SCREAM poster. …

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12 Bad Jokes About ‘Rubber’

12 Bad Jokes About ‘Rubber’ “Rubber”(2010) is a horror film directed by Quentin Dupieux. The very unique villain Robert is a self aware tire.Robert has telekinetic powers.Although being a tire you could say he has “tele-pneumatic” powers. He’s on the rampage against a small desert town.Bringing interesting ways of getting his “steel belted” points across! Is it “bias” that makes …

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WINNING, Hyaena Style! Original Horror Art Event At The Hyaena Gallery In Burbank, CA

In a grand effort to Plan Better, Hyaena is proud to announce “WINNING: the Charlie Sheen Exhibit.” Running from April 1 – April 15, this is no April Fool’s joke. It is a bold exploration of pop culture and our concept of celebrity, revolving around America’s favorite Troll-Hunting Warlock. Love him or hate him, Sheen is captivating our media and …

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Interview: Mickey Finn (Cold Blue Rebels)

Exclusive Horrornews Interview –  Mickey Finn – Cold Blue Rebels 1. How would you explain the sound of Horror-punk-Psycho-Rockabilly? Mickey Finn: Slightly gothic, dark and dramatic, a heavy blend of Punk and Rockabilly, country like Johnny Cash back in the day had a definite dark undertone. And the more creepy punk bands like Misfits, and 45 Grave, opened the door …

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Horror Art: Jeff Gaither

BIO: Gaither is one of Kentucky’s most unusual and well known artists. Born in Louisville in 1960, Jeff has been practicing his particular blend of horror and rock art for over 30 years. To quote R. Scott Bolton/Editor, Rough Edge; “Jeff Gaither’s work is an artist whose unmistakable style is a perfect complement to music for that perfect marriage of …

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Horror Art: Eyes of Chaos

Published in numerous publications and CD packages worldwide, Eyes of Chaos has created imagery for just about every horror medium in the genre. Including: – Created book cover art for number of horror’s finest authors. – CD art and packaging for hundreds of music acts. – Self-published 3 art/illustration books titled: “Madness on Parade”, “Inner“, & “Dark Visions”. – A …

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Filmmaker Creepersin Shows Horror Roots with Re-release of Punk Album

For the last few years, many horror fans have come to know the name Creep Creepersin through his films. What may surprise these fans is that in the underground horror punk community, Creepersin has been sharing scares since 2004. The band Creepersin played their first show on Halloween in 2004. Their debut album, The Rise of Creepersin, was released shortly …

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