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There’s Nothing Out There: Troma’s latest campy-bloody-boob-fest

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December 22, 2010 (New York, NY) – We don’t need a Maury Povich paternity test to prove what we’re talking about! THERE’S NOTHING OUT THERE is the original, self-referential, horror-comedy cult classic that planted the seed in Kevin Williamson’s egg-head for SCREAM! Rockin’ social stereotypes like they’re going out of style, seven teens take off to a lake house for spring break and drive into a horror film. With fellow teen Mike, … Continue reading

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EVIDENCE Clip Discovered

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A new video clip for the film EVIDENCE is now up on youtube. The clip is about half a minute long and features lots of shaky cam action as the lead actors react to an unidentified assailant trying to break into their recreational vehicle.

Directed by Howie Askins, EVIDENCE stars Ryan McCoy, Brett Rosenberg, and Abigail Richie. You can find more information about the film at the official website or the … Continue reading

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R-Squared Films Picks Up ‘WHERE THE DOGS DIVIDE HER’

R-Squared Films announced that they have picked up the distribution rights for Hunger Cult Films’ WHERE THE DOGS DIVIDE HER. WHERE THE DOGS DIVIDE HER is billed as a murder mystery/ghost story and is from the minds of brothers Martin and Andrew Rutley.

WHERE THE DOGS DIVIDE HER was written by Andrew Rutley, directed by Martin Rutley and stars Jon Stoley, Noel Forsythe and Lienite Ozolina. The Rutley brothers are also the masterminds behind the … Continue reading

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Black Death: Gruesome New Red-Band Trailer

A new Red-band trailer for Christopher Smith’s BLACK DEATH has debuted on Hulu, and it prominently displays the use of some crazy looking medieval torture devices. In the trailer a heretic renounces his belief in God as he is shoved inside what appears to be a nasty relative of the Iron Maiden. Due to the graphic nature of the film, the trailer is not deemed suitable for all audiences.

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Film Review: Black Swan (2010)

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A thriller that zeros in on the relationship between a veteran ballet dancer and a rival.

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To say Black Swaw is open to interpretation, would be an understatement. Though we really shouldn’t expect anything less from visionary director Darren Aronofsky. His films have taken bold steps over his career, though I believe that Black Swan is well within his best work while being consumable this time around.

Natalie Portman plays the … Continue reading

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Interview: Cassandra Peterson (ELvira)

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Ho! Ho! Ho! Mwwhahaha! Hey there Fiend Club! Once again it’s the Hell-idays. . a time when we spend time with family and friends, unwrap and give out presents, and spread love and cheer. Well, that is just wonderful. But as true horror fans that isn’t exactly terrifying or exciting. I wanted you all to have some darkness before all of the love. So the Satanic little elf, yours truly, thought … Continue reading

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Film Review: Outcast (2010)

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Petronella has fallen in love. Unfortunately the boy she loves, Fergal is, along with his mother, being stalked by a murderous creature. At the same time Fergal’s mother, Mary is also being hunted by two men who want to enact revenge for something she did many years earlier. Who will get to Fergal & Mary first? The mysterious creature…or the two mystery men?

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I’m baack! I think I’m trying … Continue reading

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Film Review: Tron:Legacy (2010)

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 Kevin Flynn, cyber genius disappeared without a trace over 20 years ago. His son Sam Flynn has found him in the Grid. The cyber world Kevin created just prior to his disappearance. Now Sam has gone into the cyber world to find his father & stop his virtual doppelganger, Clu , from escaping the cyber world with his army of digital warriors to achieve his ultimate goal…taking over … Continue reading

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Powertools, murder and some smoking femme fatale – Chainsaw Sally

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“A riotous and rockin’ uproar…you’re going to love what’s in store for you!”

December 21, 2010 (New York, NY) – Are you fed up with the philistine who takes a full shopping cart through the express checkout lane? What about the one who parks in handicapped spaces? Sally (April Monique Burril) is and she’s not going to stay quiet! With the hum of her trusty chainsaw to announce her return, she is … Continue reading

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Book Review: Shootin the Sh*t with Kevin Smith – Author Kevin Smith

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SHOOTIN’ THE SH*T WITH KEVIN SMITH: THE BEST OF THE SMODCAST (PAPERBACK)
Written by Kevin Smith
Published by Titan Books
Publication Date: 2009
Format: B/W – 384 pages
Price: $14.95

SMODCAST as it is explained, is a combo word fused from the conversation podcasts of filmmaker Kevin Smith and producer Scott Mosier. As it goes this hilarious radio show has been transcribed for readers to enjoy through … Continue reading

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Film Review: Buried Alive (2008)

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When five of their fellow students disappear, Melanie (Brit Morgan) and her brother, Travis (Jeff Blum), investigate in this spine-tingling digital miniseries. Racing against time to rescue the victims — who have been buried alive — the siblings turn to the Internet for help. But will the Web posts, found footage and online diaries they use help them trace the psychotic kidnapper in time to rescue his victims?

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I … Continue reading

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Film Review: Bug (2006)

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Based on a play by Tracy Letts, this claustrophobic thriller from Exorcist director William Friedkin focuses on the love story between a man (Michael Shannon) and a woman (Ashley Judd) convinced that the government is implanting insects in its citizens. Harry Connick Jr. plays the woman’s abusive ex-husband in this nightmare tale of paranoia that takes place in an America where no one — least of all the authorities — … Continue reading

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Film Review: Brutal Massacre (2008)

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Stevan Mena’s mockumentary follows washed-up filmmaker Harry Penderecki (David Naughton) as he tries to resurrect his once-celebrated career. Harry gathers his former crew to create a horror hit, but the production is plagued by one problem after another. Egotistical actors, romantic hookups, inept special effects artists, tragedies on the set, and budget crises threaten to derail Harry’s only hope at making the big time again.

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Brilliant! That should set … Continue reading

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Film Review: Breathing Room (2007)

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It’s her worst nightmare come true when Tonya (Ailsa Marshall) finds herself stranded in an unfamiliar room with 13 naked prisoners, each held hostage by an electronic collar and left to agonize about what horrible fate may await. As it turns out, they’re slated to die, and as the clock ticks down, the terrified strangers go toes up one by one. The catch, of course, is that one of them … Continue reading

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Film Review: Bubba Ho-Tep (2002)

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Elvis Presley (Bruce Campbell) is an elderly resident in an East Texas rest home; seems he switched identities with an impersonator years before his “death” and then missed his chance to switch back. The King teams up with Jack (Ossie Davis), a fellow nursing home resident who thinks he’s John F. Kennedy, and the two old codgers prepare to battle an evil Egyptian entity that’s chosen their long-term care facility … Continue reading

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Film Review: The Burbs (1989)

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While on vacation, suburbanite Ray Peterson (Tom Hanks) wants nothing more than to fritter away his time at home — drinking beer, reading his newspaper and watching a ball game on the tube. But when new, secretive neighbors move in next door, Ray and his friends (Bruce Dern and Rick Ducommun) let their paranoia get the best of them as they start to suspect the newcomers of evil doings. Naturally, … Continue reading

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Film Review: Bone Sickness (2004)

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Kristen is caring for her Terminally ill husband who is suffering from a degenerative bone disease. With no cure available she turns to a friend to help find an alternative form of medicine that has unimaginable side effects.

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Written by: Brian Paulin
Directed by: Brian Paulin
Starring: Darya Zabinski, Ruby Larocca, Rich George, Brian Paulin, Kevin Barbare and Ernest Hutcherson

Hell-o, Horror creatures of the night. This … Continue reading

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Interview: Stevan Mena (Director: Bereavement, Malevolence)

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Sappy, sodden holidays to all of you! The Black Saint has returned from out of my mausoleum to regale you with an interview with a man who is sure to be a mover & a shaker in the future of Horror films. His name you ask? The man’s name is Stevan Mena & if you’ve been following my reviews you’ll know that I thought his “Bereavement” is one of the best if … Continue reading

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Film Review: Cube (1997)

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Six total strangers awaken one day to find themselves alone in a cubical maze. Once they meet, they work together using their given skills and talents to survive the deadly traps which guard many of the colored cubic rooms. Using Leaven’s mathematical skills, they press forward, upward, and downward through the hatches to try and find the outer shell.

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Cube is undeniably original in its concept. In simple form, … Continue reading

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Film Review: Bloody Moon ( Die Säge des Todes) (1981)

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IJesus Franco directs this 1981 slasher movie that follows Manuela (Nadja Gerganoff), a young woman who, along with her mentally deranged brother, Miguel (Alexander Waechter), operates a boarding school for girls in a Spanish resort town. When Miguel demands that he and Manuela resume an incestuous affair and she refuses, he sets his sights on Angela (Olivia Pascal), while other young women also begin meeting a gruesome fate.

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Film Review: Cthulhu (2007)

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A Seattle history professor, drawn back to his estranged family on the Oregon coast to execute his late mother’s estate, is reaquainted with his best friend from childhood, with whom he has a long-awaited tryst. Caught in an accelerating series of events, he discovers aspects of his father’s New Age cult which take on a dangerous and apocalyptic significance.

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HP Lovecraft based films vary from poor to inspiring depending … Continue reading

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