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Freight Train films announces latest project ‘Red Shirt’


Injured in an industrial accident. Blamed for faulty work conditions. A man loses touch with reality & is forgotten. The serenity of Dunston’s cove will soon come to an end. Will the Sheriff find the cause in time or will the town pay in blood? They should have been ready……

Starlet Monica “The Original Gata” Dupree has sent some pics & video of her latest project “Red Shirt”. Which … Continue reading


Film Review: Haunting Villisca (2010)



A fictional feature length movie inspired by the true story of Iowa’s historic, unsolved Villisca axe murders and the actual paranormal investigations there. When Professor David Salt’s guilty secrets draw him to the fabled town of Villisca, past and present collide as he is driven to help the trapped spirits, and to seek his own redemption by facing the darkness harbored in the small white house.


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Magazine Review: Morpheus Tales Magazine – Issue 11


The newest issue of Morpheus Tales arrived in my mail box last week. Once I opened the envelope and saw the cover art I had a feeling I was in for something special. I wasn’t wrong.

Morpheus Tales #11 is a great collection of short fiction and artwork. Out of the ten stories there was only one that I really didn’t enjoy, personal taste. It seemed a bit out of place in … Continue reading

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Film Review: Consumption (2008)



After weeks of online communication Claudia and George are ready to meet face to face. What at first appears to be a simple date quickly turns sinister and shockingly graphic. Tonight Georges impeccable taste in women will pay off and Claudia will learn that the fastest way to a mans heart is through his stomach.

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Film Review: Clownstrophobia (2009)



Dr. Weathers is a psychologist who along with Dr. Boyd decides to have a therapy session at her estate with a group of juvenile delinquents who all have one thing in common, the fear of clowns. Dr. Weathers also has a fear of clowns with a darn good reason; Dr. Weathers brother dressed up like a clown and called himself Snuffle during a killing spree that also ended the life … Continue reading

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Book Review: Grognard – Author Patrick J. F. Quéré

There is no getting around it; Grognard is a difficult novel to read in the extreme. It is a challenge not to dismiss it, put it down and perhaps even throw away. There are racial slurs, homophobic rants, obscene sexual cravings, disgusts and depravities, harsh and cruel social labeling and name-calling and general nihilistic inhumanity on a wholesale scale. But there are also moments of love and compassion (no matter how queer or alien to the “civilized” eye) and the search for worth amongst the self-loathing and blame. And there is pity to be felt. It is a well written novel of understated, psychological horror that gathers its power in an accumulating storm of words and ideas that beat you down like dark driving weather, and when the physical horror – the violence – finally arrives it is sudden and shocking, voyeuristic and ultimately (you realize) inevitable. Continue reading


Horror Talk: 12.08.10


Greetings, boys and ghouls! Welcome back to Horror Talk, hosted once again by your friendly neighborhood gorehound and indie filmmaker extraordinaire, Travis Legge. This article marks my sixth week in the Grindhouse that is Horror Talk. Thanks to you, dear reader for joining me once again as we sum up the highlights of this week in horror.

In Movie news, writer/director Kevin Smith took a commendable approach to the release of two … Continue reading

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The Horror Community Gives Back – Comic Book Divas, Aid For Aiden, and Toys For Tots


There are a few stories that come out of our community that make my little Grinch hear swell three times the size and this is one of them.

Comic Book Divas have come out with a few awesome ways to give back this season.

Aid For Aiden is a campaign for a little boy who has been affected by lukemia and has used his love of horror characters to help pay for his medical bills. … Continue reading

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Film Review: Cold Storage (2006)



When an aspiring actress heads to a small Tennessee town to act in a play she is involved in a horrible auto accident. Simple-minded local Clive soon comes across the wreckage and takes it upon himself to take her back to his place to nurse her back to health. She dies soon thereafter but Clive doesn’t mind and enjoys her company. Her sister and ex-boyfriend soon come to town looking … Continue reading

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Film Review: Constantine (2005)



Based on the DC/Vertigo Comics series Hellblazer, Constantine follows the story of John Constantine (Keanu Reeves), a man with the ability to see demons, angels and half breeds of both. He spends his time vanquishing demons that cross the line of acceptable from Earth back to Hell, usually by way of exorcism. That is, until he sees fully fledged demons crossing into the Earth plane outside of humans, a supposedly … Continue reading

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Book Review: Monsters Who’s Who – Author Dulan Barber


Written by Dulan Barber
Published by Crescent Books
Publication Date: 1974
Format: Color / B&w- 120 pages
Price: out of print – various

I’m gonna take ya back with this one, way back. In fact I recently dug this out of my garage which was in storage for awhile. Published in 1974, … Continue reading

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Film Review: ClownHouse (1989)



Clown-phobics beware: This thriller starring Nathan Forest Winters, Brian McHugh and Sam Rockwell gives these made-up circus acts a bad name. When Geoffrey and Randy take little brother Casey to the circus and make fun of his fear of clowns, they never suspect that a nightmare awaits them later in the evening, when three psychos dress up as clowns and terrorize the siblings.


“…A circus of the mind.”

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Book Review: Marvel Zombies 3 – Issue 1


MARVEL ZOMBIE’S 3 #1 (Comics)

Writer: Fred Van Lente

Art: Kev Walker

From: Marvel Comics

Publication Date: 2008

Format: Full Color

Price: $2.99 


On the heels of three consecutive hot series (“Marvel Zombies”, “Marvel Zombies 2”, and “Marvel Zombies vs Army Of Darkness”) the ravenous hordes of Marvel Zombies returns again.

This time they are invading the Marvel Universe! That’s right, the next chapter of the Marvel Zombies saga is a … Continue reading

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Film Review: Haunting of Winchester House (2009)



When a young family moves into the famously haunted Winchester House, a wildly sprawling mansion built by an eccentric heiress, they begin to wonder if the tales of spooks and ghosts roaming the halls may actually be true. But all their doubts are erased when an evil spirit takes their own daughter captive. This horror-thriller from director Mark Atkins stars Lira Kellerman, Tomas Boykin, Patty Roberts and Michael Holmes.


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Film Review: Creep (2005)



Set in the bowels of London’s Underground and sewer system, this creepy tale of public transportation will make you think twice about snoozing on your next commute to work. After accidentally dozing off, Kate (Franka Potente) awakens to discover that she’s missed the last train from London — and that she may be trapped in the subterranean station for the night. But little does she know that she’s got company. … Continue reading

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New Trailer for Indie Film Cut

“Directed by Joe Hollow and Wolfgang Meyer (15 Till Midnight), Cut follows three friends who stumble upon a twisted family while stranded overnight in the mountains. They must fight for survival as they spiral through a bloodbath of twists, turns and unexpected horrors on a collision coarse to the truth.”


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THE TUNNEL Gets New Poster with 1,000 Names


A new poster is up for the Distracted Media film THE TUNNEL. The poster was created by DLSHS and commissioned by Distracted Media as a way of thanking their investors. The image is comprised of a series of lines that contain the names of the first 1,000 people who purchased “frames” in the film.

The film THE TUNNEL was dubbed the 135k project and Distracted Media’s plan is to film a … Continue reading

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SAW 3D: THE FINAL CHAPTER Slices into Dvd and Blu-ray in January


Jigsaw’s last game plays out in a gruesome, gore-filled finale on dvd, Blu-ray and 3D Blu-ray on January 25th, 2011. Prices for SAW 3D: THE FINAL CHAPTER range from $29.95 (dvd) to $49.99 (3D Blu-ray combo pack) and will mark the end of an era. The first SAW movie was released in 2004 and spawned a successful franchise that included a series of movies and video games.


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Action Thriller ‘Sanctum’ Releases Poster


Universal Pictures has released a new poster for the upcoming action-thriller, Sanctum, which is being directed by Alister Grierson and James Cameron playing the role as Executive Producer. The film is about an underwater cave diving team that experiences a life-threatening crisis during an expedition to the unexplored and least accessible cave system in the world. Yep, sounds like Cameron would have something to do with a project like this that involves the water. And … Continue reading

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Brad Anderson’s ‘Vanishing On 7th Street’ Trailer Hits The Web


Magnet Releasing has launched their official trailer for Brad Anderson’s Vanishing On 7th Street that stars Hayden Christensen, Thandie Newton, John Leguizamo, Jacob Latimore and Taylor Groothuis. The plot sounds a lot like a combination between when the blackout occurred in NYC several years ago and the movie I Am Legend with Will Smith.

When a massive power outage plunges the city of Detroit into total darkness, a disparate group of … Continue reading

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