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Horror Talk: 12.22.10

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Greetings, boys and ghouls! Welcome back to Horror Talk, hosted once again by your friendly neighborhood gorehound and indie filmmaker extraordinaire, Travis Legge. Not even the tides of the impending holidays can slow us down here at Horror Talk. We have once again sifted through the “best of 2010” lists, dug into the “previews of 2011” posts and found the gems that best sum up this week in Horror!

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The Social Media Massacre Redefines Unsettling!

December 22, 2010  – From writer and director Ron Purtee comes The Social Media Massacre. The story of Sam, a mid-western web designer who has an issue with being alone. Through a series of vlogs, we find out that Sam has a unique way of dealing with that.

The Social Media Massacre was written and directed by Ron Purtee. Starring Charlie Bussian and Sasha Corrigall. Produced by Tom Jensen, Ron Purtee and Charlie Bussian.

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Magazine Review: Diabolique Magazine – Issue 2

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Diabolique Magazine is the creation from the minds over at horrorunlimited.com, this being the 2nd issue but a first look for us cannibals of horror over here at horrornews.net. We are told that Issue 2 is to be the first printed edition which hopefully will be a trend that continues with great success.

It’s always good to see another publication make it’s way onto the scene. Contrary to how we do things … Continue reading

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Monstermatt’s Bad Monster Jokes – announces RE-release Pill Hill Press/West Neb Books

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Book publisher Pill Hill Press, has acquired “Monstermatt’s Bad Monster Jokes Vol.1″,written by Monstermatt Patterson, illustrated by Kyle Kaczmarczyk,with a forward by Joe Moe, for their non-fiction imprint, WestNeb Books. After a brief and successful run with a previous publisher, author Monstermatt Patterson,and illustrator Kyle Kaczmarczyk left, in hopes of finding a firm to move the book forward. It wasn’t long, before the duo found a suitor in Pill Hill Press/West Neb … Continue reading

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Film Review: Butterfly Effect: Revelation (2009)

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When he discovers that he has the ability to travel through time, teenager Sam Reed (Chris Carmack) uses his newfound power to unravel the mystery surrounding his girlfriend’s (Rachel Miner) untimely death. Despite his noble intentions, Chris inadvertently disrupts the space-time continuum and unleashes the wrath of a psychopathic serial killer. Directed by Seth Grossman, this sci-fi thriller also stars Daniel Spink and Richard Wilkinson

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Book Review: Rod Espinosa’s The Legend of Sleepy Hollow – Author Washington Irving

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ROD ESPINOSA’S THE LEGEND OF SLEEPY HOLLOW – ISSUE#1 (COMIC)
Writer: Washington Irving
Artist: Rod Espinosa
Editors: Doug Dlin, Wes Hartman
Publisher: Antarctic Press
Publication Date: 2009
Format: Full Color – 28 pages
Price: $3.99

“Gather ’round, all! Antarctic’s master storyteller, Rod Espinosa (Courageous Princess, Neotopia, Dracula, Tell-Tale Heart), will put a pleasant chill in your veins this Halloween as with his own special spin … Continue reading

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Film Review: Dagon (2001)

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You think you have heard the worst vacation story, I think we have a new one for you. Imagine getting shipwrecked near a small Spanish speaking fishing village. And if that’s not enough the entire town is overrun with strange pale, almost fishlike people. Sound like your kind of get away; just wait until you meet the big guy who runs the whole party.

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Directed by: Stuart Gordon
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Film Review: Blood Scarab (2008)

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Countess Elizabeth Bathory, history’s infamous lesbian vampire who, centuries ago, bathed in the blood of virgins to preserve her youth, arrives from Transylvania to take over the Los Angeles castle of Count Dracula, her vampire husband. At the same time, the 3000 year-old Mummy of Hor-Shep-Sut, an evil Egyptian sorceress, comes to life in a museum and stalks off into the night

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Blood Scarab is an independent low budget … Continue reading

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Film Review: Breaking Her Will (2009)

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This is a disturbing movie about a sexual sadist who abducts a hitch hiker and systematically destroys her spirit. Bill Zebub was studying personality theories (psychologically-based, not neuroscience). In his research he came upon coping mechanisms used by people who are in high-stress situations, like kidnapping. Many people are familiar with the Stockholm Syndrome, in which case a woman falls in love with her captor. This is an unconscious defense. … Continue reading

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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.

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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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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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