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Film Review: The Wicksboro Incident (2003)

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A documentary team and a retired government engineer go to the site of what was once Wicksboro, Texas to investigate a population which completely vanished in the 1950′s. They believe alien invaders were responsible for the mass disappearance, and set out to prove it on film.

REVIEW:

THE WICKSBORO INCIDENT opens flashing a few courier-fonted title screens and a close-up interview with a retired electrical engineer named Lloyd. Lloyd explains the research … Continue reading

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Film Review: Discopath (2013)

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The mid-70′s: a timid young New Yorker leads an uneventful life until he is fatefully exposed to the pulsating rhythms of a brand-new genre of music: disco. Unable to control his murderous impulses that stem from a traumatic childhood experience, Duane Lewis transforms into a dangerous serial killer exiled to Montreal.

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Film Review: Last House on Dead End Street (1977) – Review 2

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An odd young man (who obviously has a ton of mental problems) decides to get together with a group of his weird friends and make movies in an old abandoned building. What kind of movies? Why snuff films, of course!

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Have you ever watched a movie and afterward wonder to yourself What the Hell did I just watch? That is exactly what I did tonight after watching Last House on Dead … Continue reading

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Horror Funding: Earthworks Kickstarter

SAW 5 & GRIZZLY DIRECTOR DAVID HACKL BOARDS KICKSTARTER FOR EARTHWORKS
CAMPAIGN: UK-based producer Shaheen Schleifer and Executive Producer Roger Trett have
launched a Kickstarter campaign to raise a small portion of the funding for psychological horror film Earthworks.
STORY: Written by Michael Gilvary, executive story editor and producer on Dick Wolf’s CHICAGO FIRE, Earthworks is a chilling story set in the trenches of World War 1, centred around 5 young … Continue reading

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Trailer: The Divine Tragedies (2014)

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“A Serial Killer Fever Dream.”

Los Angeles, California – Producers Jon and James Kondelik are pleased to debut the trailer for the horror feature The Divine Tragedies. The trailer shows the brothers: Charles and Thomas LoBianco, on a terrible killing spree. Beautifully shot in bright colours, the trailer shows more of the film’s characters and the brother’s terrible motivations – to get away with murder!

The Divine Tragedies is based on … Continue reading

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Film Review: Invasion of the Blood Farmers (1972)

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A druidic cult wreaks havoc on a small town in upstate New York. They capture victims and drain them of their blood for a ritual intended to maintain the life-force of their ancient queen.

REVIEW:

What, you ask, is a blood farmer? Well. I’m here to tell you. Blood farmers dress a lot like normal farmers: overalls, plaid, straw hats. You’ll know one when you see one, though. Their artificially colored, silver … Continue reading

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Film Review: I Know What You Did Last Summer (1997)

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Four teens share an ominous pact one fateful July 4th evening. After accidentally colliding with a mysterious stranger crossing a barren, secluded portion of highway, they dispose of the body rather than face their responsibilities and report the tragic incident. Now on the anniversary of wicked indiscretion a mysterious force has returned with redemption in mind and terrifying taunts of I Know What You Did Last Summer.

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Directed By: Jim Gillespie
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Film Review: Kuru (2011)

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Following the tragic loss of their unborn baby, Ethan and Claire decide to take a break in their relationship. While Ethan goes to visit his family back in the US, a depressed Claire remains home alone to sort her head out. But while sorting through some belongings, she discovers a mysterious wooden box in the loft, inside of which is something even more unexpected…something that she soon wishes she hadn’t … Continue reading

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Podcast: Decades of Horror 1970′s Eps 003 – The Legend of Hell House (1973)

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Haunted Houses are a tough genre to film. They can easily come off hokey or silly. There are some classics though, Haunting, The Amityville Horror and Poltergeist. But many are overlooked and forgotten. One such film is The Legend of Hell House from director John Hough featuring Pamela Franklin, Roddy McDowall, Clive Revill and Gayle Hunnicutt. The Black Saint and Doc Rotten are joined by award winning director Christopher G. Moore to discuss the British classic horror film.

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Top 25 Best Serial Killer Movies of All Time

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Writing a list of top serial killer films is a rather massive undertaking. While this list is limited to 25, the amount of true serial killer films ranges well over 200. There is also alot of contradiction as to what really constitutes a serial killer film. (For instance if a madman traps a bunch of kids on a house and kills them all, is he a serial killer…or just a lousy host??)

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Three New Clips Get Us Prepared For ‘The Guest’

While we are not seeing a lot of mainstream press for this title, and my that I mean TV ads and the like – we are getting a lot of online buzz and for good reason I’m suspecting.  Coming at us from director Adam Wingard, who was responsible for last years ‘You’re Next’ is his next genre bending entry, ‘The Guest’.

We’ve talked about it a lot here and today I’ve got a handful of … Continue reading

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Kevin Smith Invites You To Light Up and Enjoy The Show

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Here’s a product tie in we haven’t see used before.  Leave it to Kevin Smith to push the envelope as he teams up with The World’s Best Ever and Buds & Roses to come up with some product for your smoking enjoyment – based on his new film ‘Tusk’.

Say hello to “Mr. Tusk” and “White Walrus” two new cannabis strains on sale now as a tie in to the release of ‘Tusk’.  Here are … Continue reading

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Film Review: Evil Feed (2013)

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A group of young martial artists infiltrate an underground pit fighting ring where the loser is chopped up and served in a Chinese restaurant.

REVIEW:

We have gore, blood, good jams, and boobs in the first two minutes of this fucker. Do I really need to say any more?

oh, I do…ok, then…

You’ve heard all the stories about chinese restaurants, right? No stray animals around them at all…you know where I’m going … Continue reading

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PUMPKINHEAD II: BLOOD WINGS Just in Time for Halloween

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SCREAM FACTORY™ PRESENTS

PUMPKINHEAD II: BLOOD WINGS

ON BLU-RAY OCTOBER 28

They couldn’t leave dead enough alone. On October 28, Scream Factory will release Pumpkinhead II: Blood Wings, with new bonus features.

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Film Review: Honeymoon Horror (1982)

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Imagine every newlywed’s fantasy, a rustic secluded lover’s paradise- Honeymoon Island. What starts as a weekend of love, turns into a nightmare of blood and terror for three young innocent couples. What lurks in the shadows of Honeymoon Lodge? Is it the caretaker, or perhaps something more fiendish and deadly? Honeymoon Island, where newlyweds joined in holy matrimony spend their wedding night screaming in terror!

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Groan,Groo-aan! Grooo-aaannn!! No, a zombie hasn’t … Continue reading

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CineRidge Entertainment Signs Actress Bai Ling to 8-Picture Deal

CineRidge Entertainment, the company behind Clinton H. Wallace’s American Nudist (2011) and Gregory Hatanaka’s Blue Dream (2013), has just signed Asian actress Bai Ling to an 8-picture deal.

Ms. Ling, who has nearly 90 credits to her name between television and movie roles, played Myca in The Crow (1994) and Ria in Cranked: High Voltage (2009).  She has half a dozen films in post-production at the moment, and her first film for CineRidge, … Continue reading

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