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Will Daniel Radcliffe Join The Cast Of FRANKENSTEIN?

Seems like Daniel Radcliffe has a thing for horror. Hot on the heels of last years pretty excellent THE WOMAN IN BLACK it appears his next project may be with FOX where it is rumored he may be on board to play IGOR in their upcoming retelling of FRANKENSTEIN. Just conjecture at the moment but if reporting this stuff has …

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HWA Announces 2012 Bram Stoker Award Finalists

The Horror Writers Association (HWA) is pleased to announce the Final Ballot for the 2012 Bram Stoker Awards®. The HWA (see www.horror.org ) is the premiere writers organization in the horror and dark fiction genre, with nearly 1000 members. We have presented the Bram Stoker Awards in various categories since 1987 (see www.horror.org/stokers.htm ). NOVEL Ethridge, Benjamin Kane – Bottled …

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Faux Pas Films Begins March with OVULATION

Michael Wade Johnson and his film company Faux Pas Films (Cyclical Effect, and the horror anthologies Killer Shorts 1 & 2) returns to horror with a new film called “Ovulation”. It is a meld of horror and dark drama. Here is a brief synopsis: Azura is woman obsessed with becoming a mother. She is meticulously monitoring her ovulation cycle to …

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Film Review: Goregasm (2007)

SYNOPSIS: A serial killer wearing assless chaps and a penis on his chin murders horny couples and masturbators, beating them to death with an enormous rubber phallus. Meanwhile, a pair of cops attempt to put a stop to his murderous antics and the workers at a local sex shop attempt to survive his wrath. REVIEW: Jason Matherne’s Goregasm is a …

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SCREAM FACTORY Announces THE HOWLING

One of the pivotal films in this horror fans growth, 1981’s THE HOWLING is going to get the Blu-ray treatment from SCREAM FACTORY and that is all good. In announcing their release of THE HOWLING Scream Factory continues its long string of awesome must have Blu-ray releases. No special features yet, we’ll get to hear about those later in March …

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Film Review: The Book (2010)

SYNOPSIS: “In the year 2284, bestselling author Alexis is confronted by lookalike beings who intend to take over his identity and use it to publish their own book. Known simply as The Book, it is their means of saving humanity. Unpredictable but often playful, these visitors engage Alexis and his family in a wild and provocative chase.” (courtesy www.thebook-themovie.com )

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