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New DVD Art and Release Date Announced for THE HAUNTING OF AMELIA



Feature starring Brendan Fehr, Tania Raymonde, Sam Robards, Stephnie Weir,
Chad Lindberg & Shirley Knight Comes To DVD & Video on Demand December 28!

MIAMI, FL — For more than 25 years, MTI Home Video has been a leading independent studio, releasing films of all genres to the home entertainment marketplace. On December 28th, they will release the supernatural thriller THE HAUNTING OF AMELIA … Continue reading

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New Poster for DEAD AWAKE


A new poster that looks vaguely familiar and possibly even reminiscent of another poster for a popular film franchise has popped up for DEAD AWAKE. DEAD AWAKE stars Nick Stahl (Carnivale, Sin City) as a funeral parlor employee trying to put the pieces of a 10-year-old mystery together. DEAD AWAKE also stars Rose McGowan and Amy Smart and will be released on dvd December 3, 2010.

“Dylan (Stahl), … Continue reading

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Days of the Dead 2011

Not too long ago on a night just like this, Higher Voltage Entertainment joined forces with From Dusk till Con to create the ultimate horror convention experience and today they announced the birth of their epic lovechild from the darkness. They have named it Days of the Dead 2011, and oh yes, it will be good. Days of the Dead 2011 will be a three day event from July 1st through the 3rd in Indianapolis, … Continue reading

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SPLATTERHOUSE Hits Stores With a Cleaver and Lots of Gore

In 1988 Namco brought to the world a rare gem in the crown of video gaming titled SPLATTERHOUSE. The game was popular because of its controversial content that included religious imagery and extreme (for its time) blood and gore. SPLATTERHOUSE was the first of its kind to ever receive an advisory sticker on the front cover of its TurboGrafx-16 port warning parents of the shocking content that lurked within. 

Now Namco Bandai Games America has infused some … Continue reading

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The Battle Between Lycans and Vampires Continues in UNDERWORLD 4: NEW DAWN

Screen Gems and Lakeshore Entertainment have announced the fourth installment in their vampires versus werewolves saga. They also confirmed that Kate Beckinsale will once again done her leathers and return to her role as Selene in UNDERWORLD 4: NEW DAWN. 

“After being held in a coma-like state for fifteen years, vampire Selene learns that she has a fourteen-year-old vampire/Lycan hybrid daughter, Nissa, and when she finds her they must stop BioCom from creating super Lycans that … Continue reading

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The BLACK SWAN Dances with Darkness in New Music Video

A new music video has appeared in the Apple Store for the upcoming Natalie Portman film BLACK SWAN. The video features ballerina Nina (Portman) alternately posing angelically on a stage or seductively dancing in a club with rival dancer Lily (Kunis) while a techno beat pulses over the action. The video ends with the disturbing sight of Nina plucking one of the black feathers that have mysteriously sprouted from her back. 


“Black Swan” follows the story … Continue reading

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DEATHSCRIBE 2010, is the Third Annual International Festival of Radio Horror Plays presented by the WildClaw Theatre Company. This year the event will take place on Monday December 6th, at 8:00pm at the historic Mayne Stage Theatre, 1328 W. Morse Ave, Chicago, and standard admission price is $20.

A full band will accompany the live players as they act out five original horror radio plays directed by Nic Dimond (Strawdog), Carolyn Klein (Seanachai), Bob Fisher … Continue reading

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“Leave me to my pain!” Joss Whedon on the Buffy Remake

Warner Bros. announced that the studio has purchased the rights to the BUFFY THE VAMPIRE SLAYER movie and to plans to remake the 1992 film that spawned the iconic television series of the same name. According to the studio, the Buffy storyline will receive a serious retool, and the story will be a departure from the less than carefree high school days of the vampire slayer and instead will portray a new look at the “witty, … Continue reading

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Book Review: The Pines – Author Robert Dunbar


Author Robert Dunbar
Published by Leisure Books
Publication Date: 2008
Format: Black /White – 333 pages
Price: $7.99


There are many legends that are told around certain parts of the world, some of these legends are unbelievable. When we hear about the Pine Barrens in New Jersey, a thought comes to our mind. Well a couple of thoughts, the first … Continue reading

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Book Review: Roman Hell – Author Mark Mellon

Toward the end of Titus's brief reign, terrible portents were reported throughout the city. - Tacitus, "Histories", Book VII

The story is nothing that experienced readers of horror will not recognize and it is nothing that those who enjoy the reading of mythology will be shocked by – it’s pretty straightforward in this regard. However, what is fascinating is the almost anthropological approach with which Mellon has chosen to tell his story. The book is meticulously researched and beautifully rendered with arresting images and insights into the ever day and commonplace as well as the pageantry and circus-like atmosphere that could have drenched that ancient city. Continue reading

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Interview: Author Lanaia Lee (Prey of the Scavenger)


Interview : Lanaia Lee
Author – Prey of the Scavenger 

What drives you to write your fantastic fantasy books on these myths and legends?

My love for ancient history is what has compelled me to learn more and do the research that led me to create the characters and settings for my books. However, I recently moved into a new genre – I’ve written a psychological thriller that I’m excited about which has … Continue reading

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Interview: Chris Motionless (Motionless in White)


Interview: Chris Motionless Band: Motionless in White


How did the band, motionless in white, for formed?

Angelo and myself (Chris) were good friends in highschool and started the band with a few of our other friends. Over the years we just kept having member changes till we found all the current members we have now. It’s been a long process but we’re finally settled now for good.


Film Review: Don’t Look in the Basement (1973)



Nurse Charlotte Beale arrives at the isolated Stephens Sanitarium to work, only to learn that Dr. Stephens was murdered by one of the patients and his successor, Dr. Geraldine Masters, is not very eager to take on new staff. Charlotte finds her job maddeningly hard as the patients torment and harass her at every turn, and she soon learns why Dr. Masters is so … Continue reading

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OCTOBER-MOON 2-November-Son: arrives 02.15.10


Two years after a gay obsession became a murderous rage, a mother still cries out for her dead son. A best friend begs for a new companion. A jilted fiancĂ©e can’t shake the gruesome image of her dead lover. They all seek answers to end their guilt, and think they’ve found it when two mysterious, handsome men enter their lives. Soon, however, hope and peace evolve into terror and paranoia as the psycho drama enveloping … Continue reading

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Blood Fare: Teaser Trailer arrives per J.A. Steel


SALT LAKE CITY, UT. – On November 22, 2010, J.A. Steel, the award winning female writer and director, released the first teaser trailer of her fourth feature film “Blood Fare”.

“Blood Fare” is a Civil War ghost story with a modern twist, by J.A. Steel and Co-Producer Christian K. Koch. It is the tale of Corporal Henry Trout (S. Edward Meek – “Wild Stallion”), who in 1861 fought valiantly in a forgotten skirmish after the … Continue reading


Rue Morgue unleashes Rue Morgue Digital

Toronto, CANADA – RUE MORGUE, the world’s leading horror in culture and entertainment magazine has just become the first horror magazine to unleash an all new electronic version of its ongoing print magazine, now available for PC and Mac desktops through the Yudu digital newsstand ( and as an app for iPhone, iTouch and iPad.

RUE MORGUE Digital offers readers all the latest horror news, reviews, interviews and editorial that has made the multiple award-winning magazine … Continue reading

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Magazine Review: Rue Morgue Magazine – Issue 106

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You may have seen it, you may not like it, you may have some stronger feelings about it…but there is no denying its present impact as a first release has the horror fan communities quickly exchanging copies with a simple “you’ve got to see this”. Just as soon as “Human Centipede was gaining momentum on the horrific circle, comes along a strange entry that tops it with the single title of “A … Continue reading

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Creature profiles: Medusa


The youngest of the three Sisters, Medusa was also the most beautiful. She and Poseidon became romantically entangled, and they violated Athena’s palace. Other versions of this story show Poseidon raping Medusa or Medusa seducing Poseidon. When Athena finds out that they desecrated her temple, she transforms Medusa into a hideous monster, with living serpents for hair and the curse of turning anyone who looks at her into stone. No one would … Continue reading

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Creature profiles: Frankenstein


In the event of our birth, every single human being has the chance to meet our “creators” in a sense. Our parents at one point came together and decided (or maybe not) that we should be born. When we first open our eyes we look upon the face of our smiling parents, over adorned with joy looking at the beautiful being they made. However, none of us will ever get to meet our … Continue reading

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Book Review: Zombie Dictionary – The A-Z Guide to Staying Alive – Author Dr. Dale Seslick


Dr Dale’s Zombie Dictionary: The A-Z Guide to Staying Alive [Paperback]

Dr. Dale loves the zombies…and if I must say, has picked a pretty good time to write about them in the present day gaggle of zombie films, books and walking dead infatuations. This isn’t the first I’ve seen books in this same theme but each brings to the table a new perspective of comedic survivor tips. This book takes a deeper … Continue reading

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Film Review: The Appeared (2010)



 In the tradition of THE DEVIL S BACKBONE comes the internationally acclaimed Argentine/Spanish horror saga from writer/director Paco Cabezas. During a road trip to visit their dying father, an estranged brother and sister discover a hidden diary that reveals a family legacy of fear and torture. But when past and present begin to collide, the siblings must confront the truth behind the trail of ‘the disappeared': 30 … Continue reading

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