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Film Review: Home Sweet Home (2013)

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A young married couple comes home from a date night to discover that they are imprisoned in their own house with a methodical killer inside.

REVIEW:

Jeez, where do I begin here?

ok well, I would like to begin by saying that I didn’t HATE this film. There are a lot of good things I can say about it…and I will…but I digress…
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Film Review: The Devil’s Men (1976)

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A satanic cult kidnaps 3 young people and Priest Donald Pleasence and Costas Skouras must save them from the hands of this evil!

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The Devil’s Men (aka Land of the Minotaur – 1976) is standard 70′s fare. There’s always something nostalgic about 1970′s back lot horror, from the over dramatic acting to the in your face screams for no apparent reasons, there is so much to love and laugh about. … Continue reading

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Film Review: Only Lovers Left Alive (2013)

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A depressed musician reunites with his lover, but their romance which has already endured several centuries is disrupted by the arrival of her uncontrollable younger sister.

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A new Jim Jarmusch film is cause for excitement for fans who like his extremely laid back, no rush style of film making. Before I go any further with this review let me state that I’m not one of those fans. I did enjoy Ghost … Continue reading

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Book Review: Muerte Con Carne – Author Shane McKenzie

When you’re a horror writer, and blurbs for your book are being written by Jack Ketchum and Edward Lee, you know you’re doing something right. This is definitely the case with Shane McKenzie, a writer who is absolutely tearing up the extreme horror landscape. The guy has written twelve books (at least, maybe more by the time I finish writing this review), not to mention at least two collaborations with other authors (Sixty-Five Stirrup … Continue reading

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Film Review: Oculus (2014)

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Siblings Tim and Kaylie Russells are reunited after being separated for 10 years. They revisit and investigate the horrifying night they last saw each other: the night their parents died. Kaylie begs Tim to fulfill a promise they made to each other as their family was ripped apart. Together they return to their family home to face their fears, to uncover the truth about what happened and to destroy the supernatural forces that … Continue reading

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Film Review: Afflicted (2013)

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Two best friends see their trip of a lifetime take a dark turn when one of them is struck by a mysterious affliction. Now, in a foreign land, they race to uncover the source before it consumes him completely.

REVIEW:

It’s no secret that I’m not what you might call an aficionado of films in the found footage genre. There have been a few decent enough ones since The Blair Witch … Continue reading

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Two New Promos Show Up For UNDER THE DOME

One of the biggest surprises last year was the crazy success of the CBS adaptation of Stephen King’s UNDER THE DOME. It really took off and was granted a second season which will be debuting on June 30th.

A couple of new promos showed up today and although short, they are certainly worth a glance.

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New Photo From GODZILLA Shows Us The Big Guy From His Good Side

Warner Bros. and Legendary continue with their “trickle a day” statagy with information on the arguably most looked forward too flick this year, GODZILLA.

Today’s “trickle” brings us a brand new photo of the big guy and he’s giving us a pose today. Check it out!

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Film Review: Poseidon Rex (2013)

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Amidst an underwater treasure hunt, a revived dinosaur emerges from the sea floor to terrorize a small island off the coast of Belize.

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CGI dinosaurs, Caribbean accents, big breasts, six-pack abs, drug dealing, explosions, assault rifles, buried treasure, deep sea diving: these are just a few things to expect from Poseidon Rex, the new creature feature by Mark L. Lester, director of such genre classics as Commando, Class of 1984, and Firestarter.

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Podcast: Horror News Radio – Eps 53

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“Captain, in Order to build a better world, sometimes means tearing the old one down… And that makes enemies.” – Alexander Pierce. Captain America: The Winter Soldier (2014) from directors Anthony Russo and Joe Russo is destroying the box office with is theatrical release, making it yet another successful super hero film in Marvel Studio’s cinematic universe. The grue-crew finally seduce brother Dave over to the dark side of comic book fantasy films with this perfect blend of … Continue reading

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Film Review: Psychotic State (2014)

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David Coleman, a bipolar twenty-six year old man is one of those people that the world likes to pick on. David is bullied and abused by everyone around him, including his adopted father. When David gets fired from his job after a run in with a couple of bullies, he loses his medical benefits and stops taking his medication. This causes David to go into a psychotic state and in a twisted … Continue reading

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Film Review: The Machine (2013)

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Two computer programmers fall in love as they create the first ever piece of self-aware artificial intelligence, which is designed to help humanity. But things go wrong when the Ministry Of Defense steals their breakthrough and teaches it to become a robotic weapon.

REVIEW:

It’s sort of a Tinseltown axiom to make movies about computers/robots with advanced A.I. every so often. Way back since Fritz Lang’s Metropolis (1927) and … Continue reading

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Book Review: Splatterpunk – Issue 4

The spirit of D.I.Y. is alive and well within the pages of Jack Bantry’s Splatterpunk, but just because it has the look of an old cut and paste style, made in your basement, punk zine doesn’t mean it’s lacking in quality. The complete opposite, actually; these forty pages are packed with great in your face, extreme horror fiction. Not only that, but we also get some interviews, some book reviews, and a little bit … Continue reading

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Submissions for Grimmfest, 2-5 October 2014 Now OPEN!

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Ever dreamed of getting your movie shown at one of the UK’s leading Horror Film Festivals aswell as in cinemas, on DVD and VOD platforms all around the world? We’ll here’s your chance! Submissions are open and we’re looking for the best in Horror, Cult, Weird, and Fantastic movies for our early October festival. If you think this applies to your very own cinematic offspring, then we’d love to hear from you.

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Film Review: Ghost Shark (2013)

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When rednecks on a fishing trip kill a great white shark, its spirit comes back for revenge, and soon turns its sights on the town of Smallport. Teenage Ava, her younger sister Cicely and friend Blaise witness the start of the ghost shark’s rampage but the authorities don’t believe their story. With the help of a crotchety lighthouse keeper named Finch the teens discover that the spectral shark can hunt wherever there’s … Continue reading

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