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Film Review: Human Experiments (1980)

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SYNOPSIS: A demented prison doctor performs gruesome shock therapy experiments on inmates. REVIEW: Written by: Gregory Goodell & Richard Rothstein Directed by: Gregory Goodell Starring: Linda Haynes, Geoffrey Lewis, Ellen Travolta, Aldo Ray QUICK FIX: Country music warbler Rachel can’t seem to catch a break…she worms her way into an off-key, cat’s humping sounding performance in a rundown redneck dive ...

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Book Review: Breaking News – Author N.J. Hallard

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Zombies. Dirty, filthy, rotting corpses lumbering around feasting our brains. They have become pop icons and have spawned countless movies, comic books and novels. It is difficult to find anything on the subject that is unique. Breaking news by N.J. Hallard is one of those few exceptions. For starters the novel takes place in the United Kingdom and follows a ...

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Film Review: Tears of Kali (2004)

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SYNOPSIS: A trilogy of terrible tales, all relating to a mysterious Indian cult and the repercussions of their teachings upon our modern world. The sinister Taylor-Eriksson group may not have the greatest of cult name (no, they can’t top up your bloody phone!) but their Gods are just as scary as any Cthulu fanatics or Scientology fiends. Apart from maybe ...

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Film Review: Tormented (1960)

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SYNOPSIS: “On an island community off California, Tom Stewart is preparing to marry the woman he loves. His plans are threatened by his old girlfriend, Vi, who shows up secretly. During a confrontation at the top of the island’s lighthouse, the railing breaks and Vi falls. Tom has a chance to save her but doesn’t. Tom’s relief at Vi’s accident ...

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BLUE SUNSHINE Being Prepped for Blu-ray Release

One of the strangest films that I have ever seen is Jeff Leiberman’s 1978 film Blue Sunshine, which I remember sitting on the shelf at West Coast Video on VHS in the late 1980’s. I was always intrigued by the cover art, but I didn’t have occasion to see it until it was released on DVD and a friend loaned ...

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Book Review: Pavlov’s Dog’s – Authors D.L. Snell | Thomas Brannan

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Pavlov’s Dogs Authors D.L. Snell and Thomas Brannan Permuted Press Werewolves! Zombies! Armageddon! Now there’s a good tagline. This is a wonderfully engrossing and satisfying book which has all the hallmarks of a classic horror novel, whilst mixing two beloved beasts in one tale. Despite its title, it’s not about physiologist Ivan Pavlov and his investigations into the gastric workings ...

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Mike Joy’s Halloween Store Opening Aug 24, 2015

SPIRIT HALLOWEEN TO BE MANAGED BY HORRORNEWS OPERATIONS MANAGER, MICHAEL JOY On Monday, August 24th, 2015 the Spirit Halloween store in Voorhees, New Jersey is set to open and officially kickstart the Halloween season.  The store is located on the corner of Route 73 and Cooper Road, across from the Kohl’s shopping center.  WE urge all of our local New ...

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Film Review: I Spill Your Guts (2012)

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SYNOPSIS: Two friends Dennis and Joe join the military together. While on a routine mission, the two are quickly surrounded by enemy fire. When Joe stands up in the line of fire to run, Dennis pushes him out of the way and takes a bullet in the throat. Dennis wakes up in hospital to find Joe rewarded as a hero. ...

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Film Review: Dead Bodies Everywhere (2011)

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SYNOPSIS: A group of seven friends embark on a weekend getaway. when they get there, things seem a bit off. they come across arthur grigsby, a brutal serial killer who has one goal: KILL EVERYONE. Watch as Arthur picks off the group one by one any way he can to make sure that there are dead bodies everywhere. REVIEW: There ...

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Film Review: Kill For Me (2013)

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SYNOPSIS: Two roommates with abusive men in their pasts consider murder as an option to help settle each others problems. REVIEW: Certain motion pictures evoke a creeping sensation, beginning with the faint whisper of a mischievous spirit in my ear that escalates to a cacophony of wailing banshees far too boisterous to be ignored.  No, I’m not speaking of that rational inner ...

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Film Review: Trash Humpers (2009)

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SYNOPSIS: Follows the lives of a small group of sociopathic elderly people in Nashville, Tennessee REVIEW: I would be hard pressed to say I saw an amazing film last night though I will say that I saw a extremely bizarre film. One that really defies logic. The movie “Trash Jumpers” probably needs more introduction before being watched than a random ...

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Film Review: Fading Of The Cries (2011)

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SYNOPSIS: Jacob, a young man armed with a deadly sword, saves Sarah, a teenage girl, from Mathias, a malevolent evil that has begun plaguing a small farmland town while in search of an ancient necklace that had belonged to Sarahs Uncle. Jacob sets out to get Sarah home safely, running through streets, fields, churches and underground tunnels, while being pursued ...

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Film Review: A Bucket Of Blood (1959)

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SYNOPSIS: “Walter Paisley is a bit of a square and he very much envies the hip beatniks he sees at the club where he works as a busboy. Walter has dreams of being an artist but has no talent. He tries sculpture but has little success until he finds a unique way of capturing vivid images of a dead cat, ...

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Book Review: Agony – Author E. Michael Lewis

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Agony By: E. Michael Lewis Samhain Publishing 45 Pages “I did it because they deserved it. I did it because I deserved it.” The Twin Lakes mall seems like your everyday, ordinary locale for browsers, teens and shoppers. Although the merchants grounds wasn’t always the site for serenity and spending. Thomas “Agony” Agonetti had once prowled the center, abducting young ...

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