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Let Me Die Quietly: tortured by visions of violent murders – new release

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Breaking Glass Pictures has announced the January 4 DVD release of directors Mitchell Reichler and Brian Michael Finn’s neo-noir “Let Me Die Quietly.” The film follows a broken-down alcoholic who’s haunted by psychic visions of murder victims. When a chance meeting brings him into contact with a woman who has the same dark gift, both set out to save the victim of their shared visions.

Mario is a man who’s been … Continue reading

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Book Review: The Curse of the Wendigo – Author Rick Yancey

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It is called Atcen…Djenu…Outiko…Vindiko. It has dozen of names in a dozen lands, and it is older than the hills, Will Henry. It feeds, the hugrier it becomes. It starves even as it gorges. It is the hunger that cannot be satisfied in the Algonquin tongue its name literally means ‘the one who devours all mankind.’”Will and Dr. Warthrop must traverse the desolate wastelands of Canada…and in the process, may discover a … Continue reading

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An Enlighted Philosophy – new book release

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What Can an Atheist Believe? A 21st Century Vision of Myth as Moral Framework

One of the most charismatic and popular figures in the ongoing 21st century confrontation between the religious, the anti-religious and non-believers, Geoff Crocker has synthesized his comprehensive studies and involvement in the “God debate” in a new book, An Enlightened Philosophy: Can an Atheist Believe Anything? (to be released simultaneously in March, 2011, in England … Continue reading

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Film Review: Red Hill (2010)

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SYNOPSIS:

Shane Cooper is a law enforcement officer who has decided that it is time for him and his pregnant wife Alice to leave the city and settle in the small town of Red Hill. During his first day on the job at his new beat Shane quickly learns that Red Hill is hardly the small quiet community that he was hoping to escape to….and speaking of escapes…

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Film Review: Dogs (1976)

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On the quiet campus of the remotely-located SouthWestern University, something strange is happening. All of the dogs in the area, once loyal, gentle pets, are now banding together in wild packs and hunting down their former masters. Could the strange transformation have anything to do with the secret government experiments being conducted in the school’s physics laboratory? More importantly, can the dogs be stopped before it’s too late?

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First Poster for John Carpenter’s ‘The Ward and Official Trailer

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The new poster for John Carpenter’s THE WARD features a bruised and battered Amber Heard, and proudly proclaims that with this film “Carpenter proves that he is still the master of shock.” There is also a finished trailer in HD, and oh my, what a difference high quality and an eerie track of a little girl singing makes. The girls in the ward are apparently terrorized by what appears to be a ghost whom the … Continue reading

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Interview: Author Dr. Bob Curran (Man-Made Monsters)

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Dr. Bob Curran (author)
Man-Made Monsters: A field guide to Golems, Patchwork Soldiers, Homunculi, and other created creatures.

1. Were there real events that inspired to story of Frankenstein?

The best-known of all the Man-Made Monsters is probably Frankenstein, mainly due to Mary Shelley’s famous novel. This is a being created out of the remnants of the dead and brought to a semblance of life by electrical current. However, … Continue reading

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Thor: Hammers down with new poster reveal

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The powerful but arrogant warrior Thor is cast out of the fantastic realm of Asgard and sent to live amongst humans on Earth, where he soon becomes one of their finest defenders.

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New Japanese Poster for ‘ Black Swan’

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A new Japanese poster is out for BLACK SWAN featuring Portman posing gracefully amidst a flurry of falling feathers with arm outstretched and minus the bloody hand from a previous US version.

In other news, BLACK SWAN continues to be an award show darling, having snagged Golden Globe nominations for Best Motion Picture, Darren Aronofsky for Best Director, Natalie Portman for Best Actress, and a Best Supporting Actress nod for Mila Kunis.

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Glee Goes Zombie At Halftime

The cast of Glee are hard at work in preparation for their Super Bowl Sunday show and it will be a real Thriller. Dianna Agron and other stars from the hit television program Glee are paying tribute to what is arguably the greatest dancing zombie music video of all time, and have gone zombie. Performing on a high school football field in Long Beach California, the Gleesters shake their goo-thang while zombie footballers and a … Continue reading

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C. Thomas Howell Signing on to ‘Spider-man’ Reboot

Actor C. Thomas Howell confirmed via his official MYspace page that he has indeed landed a roll in the upcoming reboot of the Spider-Man franchise. He will officially join the production, which is already in progress, on January 25th 2011. Directed by Marc Webb, the cast on the reboot already includes Andrew Garfield in the role of Peter Parker and Sally Field as Aunt May, but there is no word on which role Howell will … Continue reading

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The Generation Horror Festival 2011

Taipei Film House SPOT is currently hosting a horror film festival titled Generation Horror and included in the lineup of horror films is the cult classic CARNIVAL OF SOULS and the notorious DEADLY SWEET. The film festivals begins its run today and will wrap up on January 28th 2011.

If you miss your chance to see the films at the festival then do not despair, you can catch them again courtesy of the Kaohsiung Municipal … Continue reading

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Park Chan-wook’s ‘Paranmanjang’ Shot Entirely On iPhone 4

Park Chan-wook, best known for his revenge flick, OLDBOY, joined forces with his brother Park Chan-kyong to shoot his latest film PARANMANJANG. The film runs for approximately 30 minutes and it was shot solely on an i-Phone and only cost 150 million won, roughly $133,000.

In an interview with reporters, Park Chan-wook credits the familiarity of the new technology with the strange, unsettling effects created on audience members because the medium is one “that viewers … Continue reading

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Film Review: Door into Silence (1991)

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After leaving his father’s funeral, businessman Melvin Devereaux (John Savage) sets off on a long drive home through the Louisiana back roads. Along the way, he finds himself ensnared in a horrifying labyrinth of absolute terror. Released in 1991, this psychological thriller is the last film written and directed by Lucio Fulci, the notorious B-movie legend known as the “Godfather of Gore.” Sandi Schultz co-stars.

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Film Review: Drive Thru (2007)

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Nothing ever happens in the tiny Orange County, Calif., town of Blanca Carne, but that’s about to change. Hella Burger’s evil mascot, Horny the Clown (Van De La Plante), is on a murderous rampage. Tired of seeing her friends slaughtered by Horny’s meat cleaver, 17-year-old Mackenzie (Leighton Meester) decides to put an end to his killing spree. Nicholas D’Agosto, Lola Glaudini and Larry Joe Campbell co-star in this darkly comic … Continue reading

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Interview: Greg Lamberson (Slime City, Slime City Massacre)

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WHO: Greg Lamberson
WHAT: Director “Slime City”, “Slime City Massacre”

Greg Lamberson Interview – 05.18.09

The Insomniac was able to hunt down and tie down Greg Lamberson for a few minutes to have a little chat. Greg Lamberson is the director/writer of the cult horror movies “Slime City”, Undying Love (New York Vampire), Naked Fear and the writer of such horrorifying tales of fiction “Johnny Gruesome”, “Personal Demons” and nonfiction “Cheap … Continue reading

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Interview: Terry Ingram – Director (Phantom Racer)

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WHO: TERRY INGRAM – DIRECTOR
MOVIE: PHANTOM RACER

Mike Joy: What went into picking out the right car to be used for Phantom Racer?

Terry Ingram: When we first broke down the film it looked like we needed 10 cars all the same. Well, we didn’t have the cash for that. I worked it out that I could get away with 3 red cars, one was just a shell and the … Continue reading

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Film Review: Drive-In Horror Show (2009)

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SYNOPSIS:

In days long ago, people would come to the drive-in to experience highs and lows. To laugh, or cry…… or scream.
Those days have passed us by, and all the drive-ins have long since closed their doors. Those great movies have been forgotten.

But some films won’t stay dead.

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Drive-in Horror Show is quite a work of passion. Not only do these folks get the old school way … Continue reading

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Book Review: The Vampire Hunters – Author Scott M. Baker

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The Vampire Hunters – Book 1 by Scott M. Baker

“Modern day vampire hunters wage a brutal battle against the undead in the nation’s capital.

As former Boston cops, Drake Matthews and Alison Monroe thought they had experienced it all… until they found themselves tracking down a serial killer who turned out to be one of the undead. Stopping him cost them their careers and … Continue reading

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Smalltown USA ( Zombie Short )

When Sean and Kelly can’t find their campsite, they are relieved to stumble into the quintessential All-American town.
Until they meet the welcoming committee.

Smalltown, USA
Where the grass is green, the air smells sweet and the residents are … hungry.

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Interview: Mia Culpa ( Horror Burlesque Performer )

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WHO: MIA CULPA
WHAT: HORROR BURLESQUE PERFORMER

MIKE JOY : When did “horror burlesque performer” come into your mind that this is going to be your profession?

MIA CULPA : Well, it really wasn’t a conscious decision- something that career specific rarely is.

I had always been interested in burlesque- I’m a hard core nudist and exhibitionist, so it was a natural gravitation that I had towards the art of … Continue reading

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