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Magazine Review: LUNCHMEAT issue 8

(Independent Publication)
Editor: Josh Schafer

Crank up your VCR, slip in your favourite VHS tape as background and kick back with the long-awaited 8th issue of LUNCHMEAT, the brilliant magazine from the Lunchmeat VHS website. A zine which leaves most major publications in the dust, it’s a labour of love for Josh and the gang and also an extremely well written, well produced piece of film culture.

With a … Continue reading

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The Spookiest Games Ever!


Players of horror games simply don’t get enough kudos nowadays. Watch a horror film and whether you enjoy feeling scared or not, you only have to sit there for two hours or so. Play a horror game with gut-wrenching graphics, a shockingly good storyline and haunting sound and yes, you may get to have a break every now and again, but that’s often fourteen hours of fear the horror gamer must go through; … Continue reading

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Film Review: Life After Beth (2014)



Zach’s girlfriend, Beth, comes back from the dead. He resumes his relationship with her, but all is not well, he soon finds.


LIFE AFTER BETH is a hip, feel-good romantic comedy . . . with zombies. Comparisons to WARM BODIES will inevitably be made, but that’s beside the point. Beth (Aubrey Plaza) has died. No one is taking it as hard as Zach (Dane DeHaan). He’s devastated. He can’t move … Continue reading

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Film Review: Dangerous Encounters of the First Kind (1980) – CAT III



A group of three disenfranchised young men, Lung (Lung Tin Sang), Ko (Che Bin Law) and Paul (Albert Au) set off a bomb in a movie theatre. Fleeing from the scene of the crime, they run into the beautiful but dangerous Wan-chu (Lin Chen Chi), who spends her days torturing animals and arguing with her neighbours. Wan-chu threatens to turn the gang into the Police and blackmails them into committing … Continue reading

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Book Review: Steven Spielberg and DUEL – The Making of a Film Career

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Steven Spielberg’s Duel is a film that was made by Universal Pictures as a “movie of the week”. Shot on a shoestring, Duel premiered on Saturday, November 13, 1971 on ABC-TV.  The film garnered sterling notices from the get-go and had far more admirers than detractors.  It was instrumental in putting Mr. Spielberg on the path to a career in feature filmmaking, something he wanted since he was a child.  A minimalist film … Continue reading

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Trailer: Stalker TV Series (First Look) (2014)


A pair of detectives investigate stalkers in Los Angeles.

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Trailer: Til Death Do Us Part (2014)


Meg Alexander and her groom to be Derrick Logan prepare for their wedding day, but as their big day gets closer, paranormal activities soon start when Meg brings her dead mother’s wedding dress into their home.

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Trailer: The Invisible Mouth (short film)


The Invisible Mouth Genre: Crime Fiction / Mystery / Thriller The year is 2018. After being assigned a crime scene where multiple bodies have been found stashed inside the walls, Detective VanClieff enlists the services of a young but brilliant Forensic Psychologist, Dr. Shimazaki. Their crime scene is an old rehearsal space rented by The Invisible Mouth, a world renowned masked illusionist whose true identity is unknown both on and off-stage. Talented and ambitious but … Continue reading

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Presenting Charles Manson bio HOUSE OF MANSON AFM 2014 Sales Art


Micro Bay Features is pleased to present the AFM 2014 sales art for their Charles Manson biographical feature film, House Of Manson.

The film just had it’s world premiere at 5th Annual academy-qualifying Twin Cities Film Festival. The highly anticipated premiere received an encore screening and became the first movie in the festivals history to host two completely sold out theaters.

“With a great cast and direction by Brandon Slagle, House of Manson is definitely worth checking out when … Continue reading

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Take a Trip WAY DOWN IN CHINATOWN – New Release


From director Eric Michael Kochmer, producers Jonathan Haloosim and James Anthony Cotton, associate producer Maria Olsen, co-produced by the We Make Movies collective and MOnsterworks66 comes Way Down in Chinatown, featuring Lisa Loring, “Wednesday” from the original “Addams Family” TV show.

“The team who put this film together certainly succeeded in their mission if it was to leave the viewer disturbed.” – Stuart Hine

THE STORY: Playwright Victor Mitchum and theater director … Continue reading

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Horror Convention Documentary FANTASM to DVD November


Horror convention documentary Fantasm will be released on DVD on November 11th. It’s currently available for pre-order at a discounted price via

In addition to the feature-length documentary, this limited edition DVD includes the original student film, extended interviews, bloopers, “Dinner at the Kuchta’s,” trailers and the Kickstarter video.

Fantasm is on sale for $13 until the November 11th release, after which the price will increase. It’s also available … Continue reading

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Interview: Scott Ian (Speaking Words in Glasgow)


I had the great pleasure of interviewing Scott Ian last week where we discussed, among other subjects, his new dvd “Speaking Words in Glasgow”. As a follow up, I was kindly provided with a copy of the dvd for review. I really wish I had been able to watch it before the interview, as I have a whole list of new questions I would have asked based on the stories I just heard.

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A Film by Bill Condon and Executive Produced by Clive Barker
Starring Tony Todd, Kelly Rowan



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Film Review: The Wild Hunt (2009)



A medieval reenactment game turns into a Shakespearean tragedy when a non-player crashes the event to win back his girlfriend.


This is a different film from the kind I usually get, and I’m finding it difficult to try and explain it. There are three seperate stories going on at the same time. Each runs parallel to the other and create a complete fourth story. I know, it … Continue reading

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Film Review: V/H/S: Viral (2014)



Follows fame-obsessed teens who unwittingly become stars of the next internet sensation.


The VHS franchise returns with VHS Viral for its third installment. Three short stories and a wrap around theme unite the found footage anthology. VHS Viral is far more solid than the first in the series but less urgent and visually cohesive. It is not as slick and successful as the second set, … Continue reading

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Trailer: Pieces of Talent (2014)


This story centers around Charlotte, a struggling young actress who can’t catch a break. In an effort to support herself and her hopeless mother, Charlotte holds a job as a cocktail waitress at a seedy, local strip club and hates every minute of it. During a cigarette break late one evening she witnesses an altercation between an overzealous bouncer and an unfortunate passerby, David. David makes movies and given Charlotte’s career interests a friendship quickly … Continue reading

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Film Review: The Door (2014)



Three happy couples enjoy the holidays in a cozy secluded cabin in the woods when they are suddenly interrupted by an unprecedented event that will forever change their lives.


If a strange man offers you a cushy job with mad pay, and all you have to do is not ask any questions, would you take it?

That’s the dilemna that faces Owen (Sam Kantor). Recently laid off, no savings in the … Continue reading

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Halloween Publication Of “Mark Of The Devil” Director’s Unseen Screen Play “Ghost Town”

To celebrate Halloween, on October 31st London Repertory Company will release the second published title in their exclusive collectible set of Michael Armstrong’s Complete Screen Plays.

Ghost Town is unique in being one of his several un-filmed screen plays.  Existing only in its original 1969 handwritten form and thought to be a lost work, it was only discovered by chance when Armstrong was compiling his work for these volumes.  Amazingly, this is the first time … Continue reading

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Film Review: Silent Retreat (2013)



Janey is sent to a silent meditation retreat, in the woods, for rehabilitation, only to realize that the men who run it are brainwashing women, and if she breaks the rules, she’ll discover what lurks beyond the trees.


Canadian horror Silent Retreat doesn’t want you to idly sit back whilst it plays out in front of you, your fourth beer going warm out of forgetfulness. No, it wants you to … Continue reading

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Haunt Manor Delivers in Bone Chilling Spades


Sunday October 26, 2014 Niagara Falls, Ontario, Canada
Campark Resorts Haunt Manor

Why horror? Who in their right mind would dish out hard earned money to have the holy hell scared out of them? These are merely two of the pressing questions horror enthusiasts are faced with on a regular basis from the others.

Just as with any complex, abstract question there is no simple answer. The reason we gravitate towards terror is as … Continue reading

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Giant Beaver Goes Rampage!

TomCat Films would like to present it’s last minute pick up of FIELD FREAK! Charles a former best selling writer, is desperately trying to pen his next book and needs a place free of distractions. Little does he know, his entire family is being watched. Strange bumps in the night escalate into a nerve wrecking encounter with the creature by Charles’s wife Linda. The story takes a wacky turn when they hire a psychotic, pest-control guy … Continue reading

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