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Interviewed by: The Black Saint
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August 28th, 2014
Reviewed by: Horrornews.net
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Interview: Chris Motionless Band: Motionless in White
How did the band, motionless in white, for formed?
Angelo and myself (Chris) were good friends in highschool and started the band with a few of our other friends. Over the years we just kept having member changes till we found all the current members we have now. It’s been a long process but we’re finally settled now for good.
Heya Freaks And Minx!
You actually came back?! Well, sh*t the bed!! Thanks so much for not giving up on me too soon! (Give it a few more editions and you may change your mind) Hope you guys enjoy!
WHAT WOULD HORROR BE WITHOUT WOMEN?! WOMEN IN HORROR CON’S TO START
…AND I’M PLANNING ONE AS WELL
I have a couple of cool things I am working on so please excuse … 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. Iâ€™ve survived three weeks in the trenches here at Horror Talk and Iâ€™m loving every minute of scouring the digital landscape for gems of gore and terror to share with you.
Let me begin by giving a shout out to the head honcho-ess (is that even a word? Probably notâ€¦) here at … 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 have not gotten the ax as of yet, so apparently I must be doing something right!
Let me begin by giving a big thank you to the readers who shared and reposted the link to last weekâ€™s article. Iâ€™ve already had the fortune of making some new friends … Continue reading
Silent Hill the video game series was one of my all time favorites and one of the most demented and dark games around. In 2006 we were brought the movie and were able to see the characters and the town cross over into a dimension the game had not been able to go, which was to bring life to the characters in the big screen. Pyramid head was there in all of his wondrous glory … Continue reading
Horror Talk with Travis Legge
Greetings, boys and ghouls!Â My name is Travis Legge. Iâ€™m a horror filmmaker (my first feature, Raymond Did It is set to be released on February 11th, 2011)Â Â and Internet junkie, who has recently had the extreme good fortune of taking the reins on Horror Talk. I canâ€™t begin to express how grateful I am for the chance to bring you the best in guts and gore every … Continue reading
This just in: America cannot and will not read subtitles. Ignorance is spreading from coast to coast, is there anything that can stop this epidemic?
Have you ever heard of a remake of a film that was a made just a year after the original was released? Sounds pretty farfetched, but when it comes to Americans and their unwillingness to read, we get light-speed drive-thru service. Quick and speedy films completely re-done just to add … Continue reading
Mwhahaha! It’s finally upon us. . the time of year when even the most closeted of horror fans can come out to play. A time when the suburban streets are blanketed with horrific imagery, and the ghouls and demons of this world come out to party hard. Oh yes, it is the time for Halloween and to commemorate this my favorite time of year, I have lined up this Special Edition of Horror Talk to … Continue reading
Now, I have something very, very special for you kiddies! The first installment of my femme fatale, Miss Victoria Paege! This is her debut, this IS a huge deal for me, as well as her. You were introduced to her charm, and right now you get a chance to see what she is all about! Crazies and Maniacs, it gives me great pride and pleasure to introduce my partner in grim in the first ever … Continue reading
Halloween is quickly approaching! It’s time to break out some candy and watch a few movies to get you inspired. Here’s a definitive list of movies to celebrate your 31 days of Halloween, or 13 days or to celebrate all year long!
Of course there’s
John Carpenter’s Halloween and Rob Zombie’s Halloween (2007):
1. The Exorcist (1973)
There are many people who say this is the scariest movie of all time. But I also know some people who laugh when they see this movie; it doesnâ€™t scare them at all. What I will say, is that The Exorcist is the best possession or Devil-themed horror film ever made. I just watched this … Continue reading
The art of Kristen Margiotta takes you to dark and curious places filled with spooky imagery, pop culture icons, and big-eyed characters. A graduate of the University of Delaware, her paintings have been on display around the country since 2005. Kristen is also the illustrator of the picture book “Better Haunted Homes and Gardens.” Holly Q,
Horrornews.net (HN): When I look at your art, I’m reminded of the work of Margaret/Walter … Continue reading
The powers that be have ordered me (can you believe that, me being ordered by anyone) to cover Creation Entertainments Weekend Of Horror & far be it from me to ignore a direct order. Although The Black Saint bows to no one & fears nothing (maybe ladybugs..I hate those little f*ckers) I graciously accepted the assignment for two reasons: I don’t get out much. My Mausoleum has everything I need to keep me happy & … Continue reading
This is only too appropriate as we creep and crawl towards the greatest holiday of the year… for a horror fan.Â Â Halloween & The Nightmare Before, is celebrated darkly by this cover from Marilyn Manson.
Who can forget the infectious and spine-chilling remake of â€śSweet Dreams (Are Made of This)â€ť by the quiet and conservative (kidding) man who goes by the name Marilyn Manson? It was back in 1995, when mainstream radio introduced us to the man who paraded in white makeup and creepy outfits.
Who can forget the devil worshipping accusations that sprinted forward by parents and religious groups. Manson entered … Continue reading
Movies have been a part of my existence pretty much since day one and that also included horror movies.Â I’m not sure what the hell my parents were thinking- maybe it was because they were kids raising kids- but my earliest motion picture memories had Mrs. Voorhees stalking camp counselors, Jack Torrance chasing his wife and son through a hotel with an ax, and Max fending off the mohawked followers of Lord Humongous alongside Luke … Continue reading