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Film Review: The Gate II: Trespassers (1990)


SYNOPSIS: Four teens summon forth a diminuitive, demonic minion from The Other Side to do their bidding and grant their wishes, but of course, they must all ultimately pay the price… REVIEW: The Gate II: Trespassers is the 1990 sequel to the 1987 movie The Gate, which starred a young Stephen Dorff. This movie follows up with the best friend ...

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Film Review: High School Exorcism (2014)

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SYNOPSIS: Several teenage girls hear voices as a group of well-meaning Jesus lovers take it upon themselves to “help” a friend whose mood swings appear to be more sinister than they would like. REVIEW: What is it about teenagers, house parties and plastic red drinking cups? Is it a rite of passage? Is it just that red cups are the ...

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Film Review: The Serpent and the Rainbow (1988)


SYNOPSIS: An anthropologist goes to Haiti after hearing rumors about a drug used by black magic practitioners to turn people into zombies. REVIEW: Wade Davis, a Harvard-educated anthropologist, traveled to Haiti in the early eighties to research the Vodou religion and its practices.  His specific focus was concentrated on zombies, and the assortment of ingredients utilized in creating the poisonous powder that transforms a ...

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Film Review: Class of Nuke ‘Em High Part 3: The Good, the Bad and the Subhumanoid (1994)


SYNOPSIS: The fully grown and muscular, yet only two- year-old offspring of a human father and subhumanoid mother, Adlai Smith must protect his beloved Tromaville from an evil corporation and his evil twin brother hell-bent on turning the town into a toxic wasteland. REVIEW: When you watch a Troma movie you are not going into it expecting strong character development, ...

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Trailer: The Basement (2016) Teaser


The super scary movie is about a group of international student, who end up in a horrific basement, after a huge house party. Officially the place is totally abandoned for decades, but for real: mysteries, supernatural freaks, blood and death awaits them. They try to escape at all costs, but it’s getting worse in every moment.

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Film review: Caesar And Otto’s Paranormal Halloween (2015)


SYNOPSIS: Half-brothers Caesar (Dave Campfield) and Otto (Paul Chomicki) agree to house sit for a home with an ominous history. Apparitions, floating objects and possessions soon torment the witless duo unveiling a torturous secret in trademarked side splitting fashion in this satirical homage to contemporary horror films. REVIEW: Directed by: David Campfield Starring: Dave Campfield, Paul Chomicki, Scott Aguilar, JamieLee ...

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Film Review: All Hallows Eve 2 (2015)


SYNOPSIS: A woman watches a video tape left at her doorstep by a mysterious masked man that contains a number of horrifying short movies. Unfortunately for her the terror doesn’t end when the tape does. REVIEW: I love horror anthologies (I actually co-wrote one last year called Volumes of Blood. I know, I know, cheap plug but do me a ...

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Actress Deanna Russo set to star in Megan Freels Johnston’s The Ice Cream Truck


Megan Freels Johnston’s new psychological horror, The Ice Cream Truck is set to shoot in Spring of 2016. The screenplay for the film is already gaining traction as a semi-finalist in the Circus Road Screenplay Competition. Hilary Barraford and Johnston will serve as producers of the film while many of Johnston’s creative team from Rebound are already in place. Mary’s husband ...

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Film Review: Crimson Peak (2015)


SYNOPSIS: In the aftermath of a family tragedy, an aspiring author is torn between love for her childhood friend and the temptation of a mysterious outsider. Trying to escape the ghosts of her past, she is swept away to a house that breathes, bleeds…and remembers. REVIEW: Edith Cushing (Mia Wasikowska) is a young woman with aspirations of becoming a great ...

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Extreme Cinema: Film’s Darkest Moments for Strong Stomachs and Minds


Extreme Cinema is not entirely a new classification (hence the fairly in-adequate wiki listing) but one that was attached to a genre of horror that challenges the limits of what we have been exposed to over the years. With television, cable, and pay TV taking things “much further” in recent years, that gray line has become awful thin. Certainly fans ...

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