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MARK OF THE DEVIL Director Michael Armstrong To Film ORPHANAGE

After years of rumours and speculation by his fans, cult horror movie legend Michael Armstrong has finally been lured out of retirement by Paper Dragon Productions to direct his first major feature film for over forty years. Following his 1970 genre classic, Mark Of The Devil, which shocked audiences and broke box office records worldwide, fans will be delighted to …

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Book Review: Siberian Hellhole – Author Michael Mulvihill

Michael Milvihill’s new novel Siberian Hellhole is a confusing, convoluted look at Post-Perestrokia Russia in which a man named Tobias is hired to guard what he soon discovers to be a literal hole to the pits of Hell. Those attempting to gain control of said hole include “…an unholy band under Asmodeus, demon leader of dark forces, and Ethagoria Nebsonia, …

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Film Review: The Deaths of Ian Stone (2007)

SYNOPSIS: In this byzantine psychological thriller directed by Dario Piana, working stiff Ian Stone (Mike Vogel) finds himself trapped in a bizarre reality: Every day he dies a horrific death at the hands of a killer, only to be resurrected and murdered again. Can Ian get to the bottom of the mystery and break the recurring cycle of death and …

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A New TV Spot For DARK SKIES Brings The Evil

DARK SKIES opens this weekend. Not going to lie to you, wasn’t particularly stoked for this one but as we have gotten closer to the release date, I’m kind of liking what I see. Synopsis Dark Skies is a psychological thriller about a suburban couple whose lives become a nightmare when a terrifying alien presence enters their home each night …

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Red Band Trailer For KISS OF THE DAMNED

Last week I showed you all the home run of a one sheet for KISS OF THE DAMNED and this week brings a kick ass red band trailer that show once again that those folks over at Magnet Releasing know how to pick em. A quick refresh on the flick: Synopsis: “With her narrative feature debut, Xan Cassavetes (Z Channel: …

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Podcast: Monster Movie Podcast – Eps 41

Welcome to the Monster Movie Podcast. Join us this week for a southern town full of witches, a university full of monsters and a hotel full of the classics, Frankenstein, the Wolf Man and Count Dracula. This is episode 41 recorded February 18, 2013. Join Doc Rotten this week with extra-special guest co-host, Lil Rotten. The youngest member of the …

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Dark Sky Films Is Going To Leave Us In STITCHES

My oldest daughter hates clown movies, hates em. Comes from watching IT with her old man when she was but a peanut. I’m gonna go out on a limb here and assume STITCHES will not be on her “must watch” list but that doesn’t mean it shouldn’t be on yours. Got all the details on the release in a press …

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Film Review: The Black Hole (1979)

SYNOPSIS: A research vessel finds a missing ship, commanded by a mysterious scientist, on the edge of a black hole. REVIEW: Walt Disney’s “The Black Hole” is probably my favorite post Star Wars movie that plays in line as a sort of rip off but really isn’t. It’s pretty much a forgotten classic among Sci-Fi films of the late 1970’s. …

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Not One, But Two New Trailers For WITHER

Just caught word of this one tonight, it’s called WITHER and damn, it looks pretty damn hot. Got two trailers to share with you but first, all the news: Synopsis Albin; his girlfriend, Ida; and their friends are all in their late twenties. During a family dinner Albin’s dad tells the couple about a supposedly abandoned house deep in the …

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Film Review: Mulberry Street (2006)

SYNOPSIS: A mysterious virus creates pandemonium as it spreads through the Big Apple in this eerie creature feature that gives new meaning to the term rat race. On a scorching day in Manhattan, the denizens of a tumbledown tenement on Mulberry Street grouse about the heat, but as night falls, they find themselves battling a horde of mutants turning powerless …

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A Trailer For THE SILENCE Debuts

Baran bo Odar’s THE SILENCE is getting a limited theatrical release on March 8th and tonight we have a trailer to get your geared up for the event. Synopsis The Silence begins 23 years ago on a hot summer day, when a young girl named Pia is brutally murdered in a field of wheat. Now, on the exact same date …

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Check Out Four Minutes Of BATES MOTEL

What better way to draw in an audience then to put out some extended footage and let word of mouth do what it does. Exactly what A&E is thinking with this extended four minute tease of BATES MOTEL. Before the clip, here’s all the info to refresh you memory of exactly what you’re watching. The series stars Academy Award nominee …

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Film Review: The Matrix Revolutions (2003)

SYNOPSIS: “The machine army continues to drill towards Zion. Within hours, they will overrun the population of the Zionites and lay extinction to human kind. Meanwhile, Neo is held captive by the Merovingian at the train station. Trinity and Morpheus set out on a journey to release him from a mysterious train operator. Also, Smith resumes his quest to kill …

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Film Review: The Matrix Reloaded (2003)

SYNOPSIS: “Six months after the events depicted in The Matrix, Neo has proved to be a good omen for the free humans, as more and more humans are being freed from the matrix and brought to Zion, the one and only stronghold of the Resistance. Neo himself has discovered his superpowers including super speed, ability to see the codes of …

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