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the TERRITORY anthology: new werewolves vs. vampires epic!

I’m pleased to introduce my new series; TERRITORY. Book One: The Red Thunder Clan is currently available as an eBook for $2.99 at TERRITORYBOOKS.COM. There are three more finished and in the final editorial/nit-picking phase. How is this different? Why should you read it? This series is NOT in the vein of ‘TWILGHT’. Nothing against Stephanie and her work; I’m …

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Book Review: Apocalypse – Author Xavier Cecil

APOCALYPSE DOLL By Xavier Cecil Futuristic earth is plagued by a zombie infestation caused by an undetermined virus. Seemingly all mankind survivors are at the mercy of the ravenous undead hunger. Will the reanimated wipe out human civilization as we know it? Or will a formidable invention be the key to thwart the multitude of ravenous flesh eating society? Xavier …

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Xan Cassavetes’ ‘Kiss of The Damned’ Acquired by Magnolia Pictures

The Wagner/Cuban Company’s Magnet Releasing, genre arm of Magnolia Pictures, announced today they have acquired world rights to writer/director Xan Cassavetes’ KISS OF THE DAMNED, an erotic vampire film that will make its world premiere as the closing night film of International Critics’ Week at the Venice Film Festival this Friday September 7th. Starring Joséphine de La Baume (One Day), …

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Book Review: Freakshow – Author Ted Parker

Anthologies can be hit or miss, especially if it’s an anthology with a wrap around story. The challenge here is having each story connect in some way shape or form while at the same time, ensuring that each story has it’s own unique tone that sets it apart from the story before or after it. Actor/Musician/Author, Ted Parker, has written …

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Interview: Madelina Horn (The Profane Exhibit)

What do you think the relationship is between sex and horror? MH: They both play on the same idea of taboos + boundary pushing. They both attract the same kind of curiosity from the hearts of humanity. Since society is still largely based on religious moral standards, we see both sex + violence as taboo + wrong, yet are instinctively …

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Film Review: The Hole (2001)

SYNOPSIS: Four teenagers at a British private school secretly uncover and explore the depths of a sealed underground hole created decades ago as a possible bomb shelter. REVIEW: The movie “The Hole” is a great example of an off-the-radar release that didn’t really catch much attention till years later (mostly as a cut out bin inclusion). I remember seeing the …

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