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Book Review: The Handy Philosophy Answer Book – Author Naomi Zack PhD

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THE HANDY PHILOSOPHY ANSWER BOOK (THE HANDY ANSWER BOOK SERIES) (PAPERBACK)
Written by Naomi Zack PhD
Published by Visible Ink Press
Publication Date: 2010
Format: Black /White – 450 pages
Price: $21.95

A book of philosophy the how, when and where’s. Philosophy has crossed over into every culture and every time period with full force that originates back to the days when thinking men were held in … Continue reading

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Interview: Johnny Legend

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The Black Saint: I’m standing here with the man, the myth, the one & only Johnny Legend! How are you feeling today Johnny?

Johnny Legend: Feeling Pretty spry man! I’m that knda guy & I’m feeling spry! The truth shall set you free & the best thing in life is me!

TBS: That’s it! Interview’s over! You’ve said it all Johnny…But I have to ask, what are you up to now?

JL: Well … Continue reading

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Book Review: The Book of Lists Horror – Authors Amy Wallace, Del Howison, Scott Bradley

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THE BOOK OF LISTS: HORROR
Written by Amy Wallace (Author), Del Howison (Author), Scott Bradley
Published by Harper Paperbacks
Publication Date: 2008
Format: B&W – 432 pages
Price: $14.95

For those who perused the site, know that we here at horrornews.net love the “lists” with a section ourselves focused on all kinds of cool horror listings and compilations. So of course I was excited when Harper Collins … Continue reading

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Frightful Japan: The Devil’s Gate (Kimon)

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Frightful Japan: The Devil’s Gate

Oni stand taller and broader across the shoulder than any person you’ll ever meet. They’re heavily muscled and completely naked except for their tiger-skin loincloths and the heavy iron rings encircling their wrists and ankles. If you’re ever unlucky enough to come across an oni, you’ll notice among other things it has either one or two horns growing out of its massive head and … Continue reading

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Film Review: Cornered! (2008)

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A serial killer with a morbid voyeur fetish is targeting and terrorizing convenience stores. He tortures and murders his victims in creative ways in front of closed-circuit television cameras, then steals the surveillance tapes as personal trophies.

With the reward upped to $500,000, the serial killer is the hot topic at a downtown Los Angeles liquor store owned by STEVE (Eduardo GarciaNo Country for Old Men).

When the beer deliveryman, … Continue reading

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Unexplained Confidential: Dead Gremlin

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In the bog, there is a horror writer who doesn’t know he’s a horror writer. There’s a great deal of paranoia involved when writing the paranormal. As I type one letter at a time, I feel as if my soul starts to empty into the computer. Time becomes irrelevant. It may take me an hour just to type one sentence as I float in and out of consciousness.

Something behind me … Continue reading

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Film Review: The Fun Room (2010)

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SYNOPSIS:

Eddie Roberts saw something horrible as a child: the torture murder of a woman. Now as an adult, the experience has led to his torturing and murdering young women.

REVIEW:

We’re in a day and age where everything under the sun has been done. It’s because of that, that you can also recognize the true horror fan filmmakers from the ones who are just testing the waters. “The Fun Room” … Continue reading

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Book Review: The Hellraiser Chronicles – Edited by Stephen Jones

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THE HELLRAISER CHRONICLES (PAPERBACK)
Written by Stephen (ed) – Clive Barker (Intro) Jones (Author)
Published by Titan Books
Publication Date: 1992
Format: Color – 96 pages
Price: $?

This happens to be one of those books I’ve known about for many years and kept putting off buying either to them being out of stock or asking too much on Ebay. Being a pretty hardcore Hellraiser fan, I … Continue reading

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Creature profiles: Zombie

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A very historic event is upcoming and will change the world significantly. The people on this planet will suddenly get a new outlook, and everything will change drastically. If you think this is reference to the inauguration you are plum insane. In the near future a catastrophic event will occur to the earth, whether air born, animal born, or bred and nurtured in a laboratory. This disease will be the cure of all … Continue reading

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Top 10 Takashi Miike Films

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THE ONE-MAN MADNESS JUGGERNAUT: TEN OF TAKASHI MIIKE’S BEST

Takashi Miike is one bad-ass little man, and he is one of the most prolific filmmakers in all of cinematic history. A typical year will have him releasing roughly 5 movies, which is absolutely astonishing when you consider that he’s working across all genres, all formats and in multiple languages. His cinematic eye is something that’s inspirational and influential, and he is seemingly always right on … Continue reading

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Book Review: Lenore – Cooties – Author Roman Dirge

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Well, after having the pleasure of reviewing his first 2 volume releases, what more can you say about Roman Dirge’s creation that defies logic and living? I mean when your a cartoon character I suppose there are no rules and should be treated as such. Though even in the cartoon world of the non-living, the sickened, the stuffed, the deformed, the inanimate there must be some kind of order?

I think not, … Continue reading

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Interview: Rob Avery (Slashers Gone Wild)

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Exclusive Horrornews Interview

Rob Avery (director,writer)
Movie: Slashers Gone Wild 

Where did the creative process begin with Slashers Gone Wild?

As a horror movie fan, one thing I have always noticed is that most of the time the audience cheers for the villains. I decided to make a movie where it was totally cool to root for the slashers. I had been shooting short movies and … Continue reading

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Film Review: Queen Of The Damned (2002)

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SYNOPSIS:
“After many years of sleeping in his coffin, the vampire Lestat awakens only to find that the world has changed and he wants to be a part of it. He gathers a following and becomes a rock star only to find that his music awakens the ancient Queen Akasha and she wants him to become her king.” (courtesy IMDB)

REVIEW:
Readers familiar with Anne Rice’s bestselling Vampire Chronicles will … Continue reading

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Film Review: Deadland (2009)

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A man must cross post-world war III terrain and the new martial-law to save his missing wife.

REVIEW:

Director – Damon O’Steen
Starring – Gary Weeks, Brian Tee, Emily-Grace Murray

Written by Gary Weeks, Deadland is a post-apocalyptic thriller as one man goes in search of his estranged wife. She needed a break after he lost all of their money in a bad investment, but wouldn’t you know that … Continue reading

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Film Review: Blood Orgy of the She-Devils (1972)

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SYNOPSIS:
Lorraine and Mark enter the world of witchcraft where Mara foretells the future and helps them remember their past lives. When a series of mysterious murders begin to occur, they turn to Dr. Helsford fort advice.
REVIEW:
I’m going to make an observation from watching “Blood Orgy of the She-Devils”, this movie is ripe for a remake and it could actually be pretty damn good … Continue reading

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Holiday Horrors: Rare Exports and Sint

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Doc Rotten shares some Holiday Cheer Fear.

From time to time horror film makers point their carnivorous camera lenses at Santa Claus and create holiday horror treats that tear and claw at the world’s fascination with jolly old Saint Nick. This season is no different with two European filmmakers putting Santa through the wringer.

With both features hearkening back to the ancient European legends of Saint Nicholas, the Krumpas and Sinterklaas, Jalmari Helander’s … Continue reading

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Film Review: Sella Turcica (2010)

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Sgt. Bradley Robak (Damien A. Maruscak) returns home from active duty after a mysterious accident leaves him paralyzed and wheelchair bound. Awaiting his return, his mother, Karmen (Camille Keaton) and younger sister, Ashley (Jade Risser) remain unaware of the details of the accident and severity of Brad’s condition. Once he arrives, though he looks sickly, his family members are so pleased to see him alive that they don’t bring attention … Continue reading

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Book Review: The Art of Hammer – Author Marcus Hearn

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It probably goes without saying, to those who know me, but poster art books easily rank among my favorite style art books. It is just something about the marriage of history, retrospectives and …..well horror that really are exceptional when presented in the right way. Titan Books is behind the latest one that I’m fortunate to hold on to and it’s everything a film movie buff or horror poster fanatic could imagine. … Continue reading

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Film Review: Corridors of Blood (1958)

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In the days before anesthesia, surgeon Dr. Thomas Bolton (Boris Karloff) experiments on himself with a newly discovered gas in this classic horror thriller. The good doctor soon becomes addicted to the gas, and his desperation for the drug leads him to make a diabolical bargain with a gang of body snatchers who provide hospitals with corpses for dissection: They supply Bolton with the chemicals as long as he signs … Continue reading

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Film Review: Hell’s Ground (2007)

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Pakistan s first splatter flick in the tradition of Friday the 13th and The Texas Chainsaw Massacre delivers spine-tingling thrills when an attractive group of teens pile into a van that runs out of gas in the middle of a dark mysterious forest. Their ghoulish nightmare begins when rotting fresh-eating zombies and a decapitated head-toting screaming banshee-like hitchhiker begin to terrorize them at every turn. But when a mysterious figure … Continue reading

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Bereavement Poster Banned

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Yesterday we showed you the poster for the upcoming movie Bereavement. Bereavement is writer/director Stevan Mena’s gruesome prequel to MALEVOLENCE. The MPAA board has not viewed the movie but has already slammed down judgment on the poster and it’s a big NO.

The reason for the ban is because it shows a child holding a weapon. Mena explained to Fangoria “It’s hugely disappointing, because that poster really encapsulated the plot of … Continue reading

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