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August 13th, 2014
Reviewed by: seanofthedead
Category: Book Reviews
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Reviewed by: Anton Cancre
Category: Book Reviews
August 10th, 2014
Reviewed by: Horrornews.net
Category: Book Reviews
Exclusive Horrornews Interview – A Skylit Drive guitarist Nick Miller:
How do you think your music would identify with horror fans?
Our music can sound pretty scary. If Cory and Brian’s screams don’t scare you at any point on our new album, Identity on Fire, there might be something wrong with you.
How was the band, A Skylit Drive, formed?
Most of us have … Continue reading
Every time I turn on the news I see another city or state with a state of emergency warning for a winter storm.Â Even here in Colorado we got a big snow storm over the weekend (for which I had to be in an airport for 14 hours due to delaysâ€¦).Â So to honor the snow gods I decided to sift through my horror collection and find my favorite snow filled horror … Continue reading
Greetings, boys and ghouls! Welcome back to Horror Talk, hosted once again by your friendly neighborhood gorehound and indie filmmaker extraordinaire, Travis Legge. Things have been INSANE around here as we ramp up for the February 11th premiere of Raymond Did It! I have been booking screenings for press and public, making travel arrangements to support the film, getting copies out to potential distributors and most of this has been due to the support and … Continue reading
12 Bad Jokes About:Black Swan
“Black Swan” is a drama/thriller movie starring Natalie Portman, and directed by Darren Aronofsky. In it, Natalie Portman’s character lands the lead role in the ballet, “Swan Lake”. From that point,it’s a downward spiral into madness. I’ll bet you didn’t think ballet could be this fun, did you?!
Well, let’s break out our leotards,and tutus, have a pirouette or two, as we tell:
1) What film do you get,by crossing … Continue reading
Greetings, boys and ghouls! Welcome back to Horror Talk, hosted once again by your friendly neighborhood gorehound and indie filmmaker extraordinaire, Travis Legge.
Before we delve too deep into this week in Horror, let me begin with a sincere apology for my tardiness. Normally Horror Talk posts on Wednesday and this week I was unable to hit the deadline. Iâ€™m typically not one to let such things slip past me but this … Continue reading
The year 2010 was a bit fragmented in terms horror / thriller tv shows. Though at least we had 10 worth mentioning which might have not been the case years back.
2010 was the year of carry-overs with very little in the way of new debuts. Though even without alot of new material coming at us we managed to squeeze in one of the greatest horror series of all time. If anything, 2010 will be … Continue reading
Greetings, boys and ghouls! Welcome back to Horror Talk, hosted once again by your friendly neighborhood gorehound and indie filmmaker extraordinaire, Travis Legge. I donâ€™t mind telling you that this holiday season has been quite busy around my little slaughterhouse and I couldnâ€™t be happier! I have so many projects that I am itching to share with you, but for now we will delve into this week in horror as we do every Wednesday here … Continue reading
Artwork by Chad Michael Ward
DesignÂ by Justin Erickson
Published Author NBM Publishing
Publication Date: 2007
Format: Full Color, 80 pages
Under the release of NMB Publishing, I had the pleasure of reviewing Chad Michael Ward’s latest art book release titled “Devil Engine” (The 3rd in his series) This 9 x 12 – 80 page book is beautifully … Continue reading
Host Rod Serling presents tales of horror illustrated in various paintings.
Host: Rod Serling
TV Pilot Episodes
The Cemetery / Eyes / The Monster Who Wanted To Be A Fisherman (11/8/1969)
The First Season
01… The Housekeeper / The Dead Man (12/16/1970)
02… The Nature Of The Enemy / The Little Black Bag / Room With A View (12/23/1970)
03… The House … Continue reading
On his 21st birthday, Sam discovers his parents sold his soul to the devil before birth and he must now be a bounty hunter for the devil until he dies. A twenty-something slacker works as a bounty hunter for the devil after his parents sold his soul to the devil in their time of need.
Ho! Ho! Horror!
It’s the holiday season,and there are horror films firmly in the spirit and theme of Christmas! Some even have remakes or sequels? Yes it’s true (shudder!).
Check out these titles:
Silent Night,Deadly Night.
Don’t Open ‘Till Christmas.
To All a Good Night.
Rare Exports:A Christmas Tale.
As you can see, there’s … Continue reading
Greetings, boys and ghouls! Welcome back to Horror Talk, hosted once again by your friendly neighborhood gorehound and indie filmmaker extraordinaire, Travis Legge. Not even the tides of the impending holidays can slow us down here at Horror Talk. We have once again sifted through the â€śbest of 2010â€ť lists, dug into the â€śpreviews of 2011â€ť posts and found the gems that best sum up this week in Horror!
In Movie news, … Continue reading
Presenting the entire legendary collection of Video Nasties Box cover art.
At one time the most disturbing horror titles on the market (and off)
Greetings, boys and ghouls! Welcome back to Horror Talk, hosted once again by your friendly neighborhood gorehound and indie filmmaker extraordinaire, Travis Legge. The wild ride here at Horror Talk continues. While other websites and columns are succumbing to â€śbest of 2010â€ť lists and other holiday season roundups, here at Horror Talk, we are gonna keep things business as usual, giving you a glimpse into this week in Horror.
In Movie news, Half Moon, the … Continue reading
Each episode of this TV series depicts a short, strange tale…with a twist! With eerie stories vaguely reminiscent of ‘The Twilight Zone,’ viewers learn to appreciate that things are often not as they seem. The usual plot formula is comprised of an initial normal, mundane situation that gradually begins to get off-kilter, with suspense building up to the final, chilling, surprise conclusionÂ .
Trick … Continue reading
A hard economy usually means working hard to keep the doors open, but in the case of Eyes of Chaos, it was looking like â€śtimeâ€ť would have to be devoted more to the regular working class of 9-5 until things in the illustration world started to get back on track. With a whole slew of art on hand and over 10 years of numerous book covers and CD … Continue reading