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Book Review: The Haunted Caves – Adapted by Sammy Montana

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THE HAUNTED CAVES

Based on a Screenplay By: Michael Stevens
Adapted By: Sammy Montana
Published by Devils Due Publishing
Publication Date: 2008
Format: color – 48 pages
Price: $5.95

Take a trip through the real Haunted Caves…

I just got my monthly comic order in and within the batch of comics that I had ordered was the graphic novel, The Haunted Caves. The graphic novel was published … Continue reading

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Film Review: Dark Dreamers – VOL 1 (2000)

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With appearances by the likes of Stephen King, Wes Craven and Stan Winston, this collection features Stanley Wiater — author and host of television’s “Dark Dreamers” — interviewing horror’s greatest writers, filmmakers and special effects artists. Chills and thrills abound with genre masters Clive Barker, Forrest J. Ackerman, Richard Matheson, Sean S. Cunningham, Julie Strain, John Landis, John Saxon, Jack Ketchum and more.

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Interview: Ashley Bell (The Last Exorcism)

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This week sees the DVD/BluRay debut of “The Last Exorcism” from Lionsgate films. To celebrate the launch of the film The Black Saint got to speak to one of the film’s stars (& Independent Spirit Award nominee for Beat Supporting Actress), Miss Ashley Bell. If you haven’t seen the film yet now is your chance to see a truly terrifying & riveting performance by Ashley as Nell Sweetzer. A young girl who … Continue reading

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Film Review: This Island Earth (1955)

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“Doctor Meacham is chosen along with others by the inhabitants of the planet Metaluna to do research that will help save their dying planet. However, an evil scheme is uncovered by the suspecting Meacham when he discovers the Metalunan’s plan to take over Earth. Meacham then escapes an exploding Metalunan-built Earth lab along with Doctor Adams only to be kidnapped while flying away in a small plane. A … Continue reading

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‘Dear God No!’ is coming – retro biker & revenge all in 1

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If you haven’t heard of ‘Dear God No!’ yet, you are not alone. DGN is quite possibly the best kept genre secret out there right now. It is a retro biker-rape-revenge film… With a dash of Bigfoot. Helmed by “Dumpster Baby” director, James Bickert, DGN is throwback to everything that makes movies cool. A high-concept, practical effects driven (read: little to zero CGI) thriller that would make some of the founding Ozploitation directors … Continue reading

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Film Review: Don’t Look Now (1973)

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“John and Laura Baxter are living in Venice when they meet a pair of elderly sisters, one of whom claims to be psychic. She insists that she sees the spirit of the Baxters’ daughter, who recently drowned. Laura is intrigued, but John resists the idea. He, however, seems to have his own psychic flashes, seeing their daughter walk the streets in her red cloak, as well as Laura … Continue reading

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Film Review: Diagnosis: Death (2009)

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While volunteering in an experimental drug trial at a creepy testing facility, human guinea pigs Juliet (Jessica Grace Smith) and Andre (Raybon Kan) find clues pointing to a double murder, but their medication’s hallucinogenic side effects hinder their attempts to solve the mystery. A horror spoof that pokes fun at Peter Jackson’s early movies, this New Zealand production co-stars the Flight of the Conchords’ Bret McKenzie and Jemaine Clement.

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Film Review: Deadline (2009)

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Alice, 32, a writer recovering from a psychological breakdown retreats to a remote Victorian house to convalesce and focus on finishing her screenplay in time for a fast approaching deadline. Shortly after her arrival, mysterious noises and strange happenings cause her imagination to run wild, sending her on a twisting and terrifying pursuit to find out what is behind the endless mind games. Frightened but intrigued, Alice gathers the courage … Continue reading

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Red Band Trailer for THE AMATEUR MONSTER MOVIE

The writer, director, and producer of THE AMATEUR MONSTER MOVIE, Kyle Richards describes his film as a no-budget, amateur comedy monster flick. Richards also stars in the film alongside Chris Ouchie, Dobie Maxwell, Kyle Richards, and Shawn Monaghan. The movie was shot in the Milwaukee area by King’s Tower Productions, and made its premiere in the city of its birth on Saturday. In celebration of the low-budget revolution in horror filmmaking, movie tickets were offered … Continue reading

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Film Review: Dead and Gone (2008)

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Forced to live in his late family’s creepy mountainside cabin after losing all his money, Jack Wade (Quentin Jones) struggles to maintain his sanity while caring for his comatose wife (Kathrine Bates). Instead, he descends into a world of paranoia and madness. Based on a script by Emmy-nominated songwriter-author Harry Shannon, filmmaker Yossi Sasson’s indie horror also stars Tenacious D’s Kyle Gass and Grammy Award winner Ben Moody.

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Teaser Trailer for Guillermo del Toro’s inSANE

THQ and Volition announced a new project titled inSANE at Spike TV Video Game Awards in December. inSANE is the first in a trilogy of horror themed games for the XBOX 360, PC, and PS3 platforms. inSANE also marks THQ and Volition’s first collaboration with director Guillermo del Toro (The Devil’s Backbone, Pan’s Labyrinth) in a multimedia project. According to THQ, the company will retain the intellectual property rights, and del Toro will hold the … Continue reading

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New Poster for After Dark Films – ‘Scream of The Banshee’

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After Dark Films have unveiled the poster for their upcoming film SCREAM OF THE BANSHEE. Starring Lauren Holly as Professor Isla Whelan and Lance Henriksen as Broderick Duncan, SCREAM OF THE BANSHEE is a new look at the Banshee mythos and will be released sometime in 2011.

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“An archeology professor unearths a dangerous artifact, unwittingly releasing a creature that is able to kill with the power of its … Continue reading

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ZOMBIE! A Mock Zombie Documentary

Starring Aaron Hursh, Jeff Rogstad, Wade Stover and Ryan Lalonde, Zombie! is a mock-reality TV show documenting the daily routine of young zombie Jim Turner (Hursh) who seeks to dispel zombie stereotypes. Director Paul Kell credits waking from a dream two weeks before shooting started and jotting down his concept about a zombie who was a normal guy for the plot of the film. The film portrays the zombie character as a real person in … Continue reading

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New Posters for ‘RED STATE’ – check out the series of 1 sheets

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The new poster for Kevin Smith’s RED STATE is titled Sarah, and it comes courtesy of Ma’s Meatloaf http://masmeatloaf.com/ who earned the right to premiere the poster after donating $1,000 to THARCE-Gulu http://tharce-gulu.org/. Including Sarah, there are now six posters for the film: The Father, The Sons, The Holy Ghost, The Virgin, and Caleb.

The term Red State is used to refer to a state in the United States of America … Continue reading

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Leaked Kanye West Music Video “Monster”

Kanye West’s Music Video “Monster” featuring Nicki Minaj, Rick Ross, and Jay-Z was leaked to the web, and is filled with random, dead models hanging from nooses, sprawled across the floor and over furniture in various states of undress. Some of them are zombies feasting on the intestines of gutted men, while others are demonic schoolgirls playing jump rope behind Jay-Z while he raps and some are just plain dead.

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Partial Trailer for John Carpenter’s THE WARD

A strange little half-trailer popped up on youtube for John Carpenter’s THE WARD. In the trailer, that only runs for a little under a minute, a girl named Kristen sets fire to a house and then collapses. When she awakens she is in what appears to be a hospital, and there is something real bad wrong in the showers.

Starring Lyndsy Fonseca, Amber Heard, and Danielle Panabaker, John Carpenter’s THE WARD will be in theaters … Continue reading

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Book Review: Hell – Separate Truth from Fiction – Author Bill Wiese

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HELL:
SEPARATE TRUTH FROM FICTION AND GET YOUR TOUGHEST QUESTIONS ANSWERED (PAPERBACK)

by Bill Wiese
Published by Charisma House
Publication Date: 2008
Format:B&W – 368 pages
Price: $15.99

A very striking cover with a very striking name. The book I’m speaking of is the recent release from Charisma Books titled. “Hell” by Author Bill Wiese. To bring you up to speed, “Hell” is the follow up book … Continue reading

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New 1 sheet for ‘The Rite’

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Forbidden Planet: Star Anne Francis Dead At 80

Anne Francis, star of FORBIDDEN PLANET lost her battle with cancer on Sunday, January 2nd, 2011. Diagnosed with lung cancer in 2007, Francis died of complications due to pancreatic cancer at a retirement home in Santa Barbara, California. The actress was 80 years old.

A New York native, Francis co-starred alongside Leslie Nielsen in the classic science-fiction film, FORBIDDEN PLANET, and was awarded a Golden Globe for her portrayal of ‘Honey West.’ Francis also starred … Continue reading

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Dario Argento Feeding New Blood to DRACULA 3D

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According to http://www.horrormovie.it/ new details have emerged about Dario Argento’s new project, a remake of DRACULA, in 3D. In 2010, Argento hinted that he would try his hand at turning a classic horror novel into a film, and later revealed that the novel would be Dracula with a screenplay adaptation written by Antonio Tentori. The Italian director promised that his take on Bram Stoker’s novel “will be a bloody, strong film.”

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Film Review: Where the Dogs Divide Her (2011)

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Everard Fletcher finds himself lost in his nightmares trying unravel a mystery displaced in the fabric of time. Encountering haunted visions, hidden memories and his own deceased father, Everard slowly uncovers the truth behind his mother’s death shortly after his birth.

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