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Kris Kringle caged??


To celebrate the release of RARE EXPORTS: A CHRISTMAS TALE, on Thursday 25th November shoppers in London’s West End were offered the rare opportunity to see a genuine Lapland Santa. The Santa Claus was safely caged and guarded by two experienced Lapland Santa Hunters.

All shoppers were given a set of rules for their own safety:

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Film Review: Experiments in Terror #3 (2009)



Striking for the third time, EXPERIMENTS IN TERROR 3 unleashes another hallucinogenic orgy of the uncanny, the dreadful, and the macabre. Employing a mesmerizing montage of terrifying tropes and fiendish footage, our kino-coven conjures more than a bewitching hour of visionary cinema. Pounding a stake through the heart of genre convention, this shocking program expands the cinematic language of fear, breaking the chains of narrative logic and leaving only the … Continue reading

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Film Review: Embodiment of Evil (2008)



After forty years in prison, the evil gravedigger Josefel Zanatas a.k.a. Zé do Caixão is released by the lawyer Lucy Pontes in accordance with Brazilian Laws. He moves to the slums with his followers that worship him, and he seeks out the perfect woman to bear his children while haunted by the ghosts of his victims. The vigilante brothers Captain Osvaldo Pontes and his brother Coronel Claudiomiro … Continue reading

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Film Review: Donkey Punch (2008)



After meeting at a nightclub in a Mediterranean resort, seven young adults decide to continue partying aboard a luxury yacht in the middle of the ocean. But when one of them dies in a freak accident, the others argue about what to do, which leads to a ruthless fight for survival.


It’s big fun and a drug induced sexing on the high seas! Straight from the Magnet … Continue reading

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Film Review: Dead Air (2009)



Logan Burnhardt is the ego-king of the airwaves, but his unflappable persona is put to the test when a terrorist bio-attack unleashes a plague of flesh-ripping maniacs on Los Angeles.


One might call this deja vu, ..or if your not keeping up with things maybe it’s a fresh start. But “Dead Air” seems to be coming off of the same mold that “PontyPool” did. However you have … Continue reading

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Film Review: Dante’s Inferno (2010)



Traveling beyond death to rescue his love, Beatrice, from evil Lucifer, Dante enters the nine circles of hell, battling the vicious demons and monsters he encounters in this spectacular animated retelling of Dante Alighieri’s classic morality tale. A companion to EA’s video game, the action-packed medieval journey features the voices of Mark Hamill, Victoria Tennant, Vanessa Branch and Graham McTavish.


The story of Dante’s Inferno is that … Continue reading

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Film Review: The Electric Chair (1985)



Stand-up comic gets the shock of his life when somebody brings an electric chair on stage.


Did you ever hear the one about the unfunny comic who walks into a bar and proceeds to ramble on for about an hour? This statement is “exactly” the journey you will take when you indulge the film “The Electric Chair”. This grainy black and white film with hints of aging yellow spots … Continue reading

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Book Review: The Impossible David Lynch – Author Todd McGowan


Author Todd McGowan
Published by Columbia University Press
Publication Date: 2007
Format: B/W – 280 pages
Price: $26.50

Author Todd McGowan takes a bold move. For anyone, deconstructing David Lynch’s films into analysis, reason and philosophy is quite an undertaking. Though as we quickly find it’d todd’s love for his work that fuels his deep analysis. Lynch is well known for his complex … Continue reading

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Book Review: The Resonance Key – Authors Marie D. Jones, Larry Flaxman


by Marie D. Jones, Larry Flaxman
Published by New Page Books
Publication Date: 2009
Format: Black /White – 256 pages
Price: $15.99

As we dig deeper into the collected universe of science versus fiction, we uncover several other means to an end. Such ideas and concepts form upon others and blossom into … Continue reading

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Book Review: Lenore Wedgies – Author Roman Dirge


Written by Roman Dirge
Published by Titan Books
Publication Date: 2010
Format: Color – 128 pages
Price: $17.95

Lenore, Lenore….call it a guilty pleasure. Or maybe a childish Goth in us all. Or maybe it’s just the morbid fascination of this little cute but deadly cartoon. I think she echoes a certain sense in us all. Call it dark, funny, sick, twisted, … Continue reading

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Book Review: Lenore Noogies – Author Roman Dirge


Lenore Noogies
Written by Roman Dirge
Published by Titan Books
Publication Date: 2009
Format: Color – 128 pages (Hardcover)
Price: $17.95

Lenore is a fine guilty pleasure. Let’s forget that this comic / book collection would make every goth practitioner drool. Let’s forget that it’s wonderfully morbid and tastefully sick. Let’s forget that it’s simple, artsy and to the point. Let’s also forget that is just plain … Continue reading

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2 new 1 sheets – ‘Unknown’ and ‘Apollo 18′


A man awakens from a coma, only to discover that someone has taken on his identity and that no one, (not even his wife), believes him. With the help of a young woman, he sets out to prove who he is.

A film about the real mission to space in the 1970’s that was canceled by NASA.

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Slime City Massacre: Media Blasters gains rights

Filmmaker and author Gregory Lamberson reports that Media Blasters has acquired the North American distribution rights to his latest horror film, SLIME CITY MASSACRE. The company will release the film on DVD, VOD and Blu Ray in 2011. Media Blasters specializes in anime and releases horror films, such as Frank Henenlotter’s BAD BIOLOGY, through its Shriek Show label.

SLIME CITY MASSACRE serves as both a post apocalyptic sequel and a period piece prequel to SLIME … Continue reading

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Book Review: Unabridged, Unabashed and Undead – Author Eric S. Brown


Written by Eric S. Brown
Published by Library of the Living Dead Press
Publication Date: 2009
Format: B&W – 240 Pages
Price: $14.95

Since I have begun reviewing books for this killer monster I have been exposed to all kinds of killer authors and their wonderfully brutal stories. As I am human I picked my favorites from the stumbling and moaning masses … Continue reading

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Book Review: The Werewolf’s Guide to Life – Author Rio Youers


Author Ritch Duncan, Bob Powers
Published by Broadway
Publication Date: 2009
Format: Black & White – 256 pages
Price: $13.99

If any a time for Werewolf books, I suppose now is the time with a fresh re-release of “An American Werewolf in London” out on shelves. Which I’m sure you’ll find a few factual inclusions … Continue reading

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Book Review: The Mammoth Book of Zombie Comics – Author David Kendall


by David Kendall
Published by Running Press
Publication Date: 2008
Format: Black / White – 480 pages
Price: $17.95

Wow… what can you say about zombie comics that hasn’t been said already? Well this edition in fact is a bit different of a format. Black and white through-out and bound into a fat novel type edition, this is one hellavua … Continue reading

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Book Review: The Living Dread – Author T. L. Fletcher


Author T. L. Fletcher
Published by: Self published
Publication Date: 2010
Format: Black /White
Price: $NA

Remember the scary stories you used to tell when you were a kid? Around the campfire, at slumber parties, when you stayed up much too late and gave yourself the shivers? T.L. Fletcher’s The Living Dread is what those stories wanted to be when they grew up.

This … Continue reading

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Book Review: Cold Hand in Mine Author: Robert Aickman

Cold Hand

Robert Aickman (1914-1981) described his stories as ‘strange.’ Probably because no other word quite does them justice. Interestingly, he came from a rich horror heritage, his grandfather Richard Marsh having been a rival in popularity to Bram Stoker with his occult novel, The Beetle. But, during his life, Aickman was known as much for his conservation work on British waterways as he was for his writing. A man ahead … Continue reading

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Magazine Review: Ultra Violent Magazine – Issue 10


Edited by Scott Gabbey
Published by Ultra Violent Magazine
Publication Date: 2009
Format: B&W
Price: $6.00

I was recently given the pleasure to review some mags by the name of “Ultra Violent”, a name I was familiar with though quite frankly was hard to come by in my neck of the woods. So it’s fair to say that #10 was actually my first … Continue reading

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Film Review: Scream Dream (1989)


One of the girls in a rock band is fired from the band. She is, in reality, a witch, and possesses the body of the girl who replaces her in order to take revenge on the rest of the band.
I seriously hate hearing a rotten song and having in stuck in your head for hours, or even days at a time. Today it happened … Continue reading

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Unexplained Confidential: Thanksgiving and interviews with Amanda Gusack | Barbie Wilde


It’s that time of year again to give thanks to everything that is Horror and beyond!

I give thanks to :, Fringe, Preston&Steve, Paranormal Activity, Metallica, South Jersey School of Aikido, Scoobie Doo, Those crazy Moondogs, Captain Lou Albano R.I.P., Werewolves Field Guide, Zombie Bill Murray, Ghostbusters remake, American Dragon, Facebook, Scare Tactics, Rob Zombie, Couples Retreat, The Monkees, The Wizard of Oz, CHOP, Hardcore Wrestling International, TheJamCouncil, El Hijo … Continue reading

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