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Film Review: Witchmaster General (2009)

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An evil Voodoo Witchdoctor runs a murder-for-hire business. He’ll do away with your unfaithful wife, your unappreciative boss, or your back-stabbing friend – but the price is your soul! |

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Starring: Phil Lewis, Colleen Marie, Vic Martino
Director: Jim Haggerty
Writer: Jim Haggerty

WitchMaster General starts out warmly, as a seemingly loving couple are enjoying a romantic afternoon in the park. You come to … Continue reading

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Film Review: Magic (1978)

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Acclaimed director Richard Attenborough helms this unconventional horror-thriller that reveals Anthony Hopkins’s penchant for creepiness years before his Oscar-winning turn as Dr. Hannibal Lecter. After bombing in his first solo performance, a magician’s assistant (Hopkins) holes up with a ventriloquist’s dummy named Fats and eventually hones his act into something spectacular. But when Fats starts talking back, his master’s at his mercy.

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First of all, I need to get … Continue reading

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Film Review: Winter of Frozen Dreams (2008)

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When promising biochemistry student Barbara Hoffman (Thora Birch) drops out of college, she slides into a twisted world of prostitution, blackmail and murder, dragging her fiancé Jerry (Brendan Sexton III) along for the ride, in this thriller based on a true story. But when Jerry leads a local detective (Keith Carradine) to a naked body buried in the snow, will his crisis of conscience be Barbara’s undoing?

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Film Review: Virus Undead (2008)

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Flocks of wild birds darken the sky – some birds fall dead, while others attack innocent people …

Assistant doctor Robert is driving with two friends to his hometown – where the mansion of his grandfather stands. His grandfather is also one of the innocent victims of the birds. At a gas station he unexpectedly runs into his former love Marlene. He invites her with her best girlfriend to … Continue reading

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Film Review: Magic Man (2009)

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In order to see magic idol Krell Darius perform his world-famous magic act, a beautiful aspiring young-magician, Tatiana, travels from New York to Las Vegas with her closest friends, BFFs, Elena and Vera. As the layers of illusion unfold, so too do the dark windows into Tatiana’s past

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When one wants to see the best magicians in the world where do they go? Las Vegas of course. So it’s … Continue reading

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Dai Of The Dead: #1 Zombies, Worms, And Other Ways To Start An Awesome Column!

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Hello my Freaks and Minx!!!

It’s has been a while since I have done this so please excuse me if I am rusty for these first few column editions. I will get back into the swing of things, I promise. I do have to say it is so awesome to have you guys back with me on a regular basis and not just through FB! Did you miss me as much as I have missed … Continue reading

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Film Review: Unholy Reunion (2008)

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Twenty years ago Adkov Telmig was sentenced to life in prison without the possibility for parole for killing his wife, her lover, and countless others. That was the last society ever saw of him… Until now. Fast forward to the present day. State Supreme Court Justice Daniel Davis and his wife Julie have just celebrated the law school graduation of their daughter Rebecca. Now only the State Bar exam stands … Continue reading

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Film Review: How I Survived the Zombie Apocalypse (short) (2009)

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A single mother and her son struggle to stay alive in a shattered and brutal land where the undead roam the Earth

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A 10 minute short directed by Christian Cantamessa feels like a really cool episode plucked straight out of a top notch zombie film. I’ve seen my share of these things, and there is definitely a movie waiting to happen wit this short. A mother … Continue reading

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Film Review: Plague (short) (2009)

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Plague follows the journey of Vilhelm, a lone Latvian refugee, trying to escape a shady past of trafficking guns. He travels to Britain, feeling certain that he has put the worst behind him. The reality he finds is a living nightmare, the dead have risen to consume the living

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A dramatic zombie short that takes the direction of “all hope is lost”. A lone traveler makes … Continue reading

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Film Review: Zombie American (short) (2005)

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Meet Glen. Glen (Ed Helms of The Daily Show) likes to read, do crosswords, and play basketball. He’s on the lookout for a girlfriend. Oh, and one other thing-Glen is a Zombie-American. This educational documentary will help audiences understand the challenges zombies face in our society. As a plea for tolerance, it aims to clear up many of the terrible stereotypes and misconceptions we have about zombies. It is the … Continue reading

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Film Review: Needle (2010)

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A killer uses an 18th century machine with supernatural powers to terrorize students at Saint Mary’s

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Don’t you love a movie about curiosities that should be better left alone. In this case, a box…(though it’s not square or presided over by a demon from the Cenobium tribe). However it’s rather mystic in its own right. What happens when your father’s estate is willed out and you are approached with … Continue reading

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Book Review: Deadworld – Frozen Over (mini series) – Issue 1-4

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DEADWORLD: FROZEN OVER MINI SERIES 1-4 (COMIC)
Writer: Mike Raicht
Artists: Federico Dallocchio, Rafael Ortiz
Letters: Nate Pride, Bernie Lee
Covers: Dalibor Talajic, Sebastian Camagajevac
Editor: Joe Pruett
Publisher: Desperado Publishing
Publication Date: 2007-2010
Format: Full Color – 24
Price: $3.99

“With the streets of New York still snowed in, our survivors attempt to find a way out of the city before the … Continue reading

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Book Review: CSI: Crime scene Investigation – Brass in Pocket – Author Jeff Mariotte

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CSI: CRIME SCENE INVESTIGATION: BRASS IN POCKET (MASS MARKET PAPERBACK)
Author Jeff Mariotte
Published by Pocket Star
Publication Date: 2009
Format: Color – 336 pages
Price: $7.99

As you may or may have not known, the hit television series, CSI Crime Scene Investigation has become the basis for a series of novels. The latest being, Brass in Pocket (323 pages), by Jeff Mariotte. Now I do want … Continue reading

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Film Review: I Love Sarah Jane (short film) (2008)

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Jimbo is 13 and can think of only one girl — Sarah Jane. And no matter what stands in his way-bullies, violence, chaos, or zombies-nothing will stop him from finding a way into her world.

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Film Review: Seven Deadly Sins (2010)

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After losing her status as queen bee to Kaia (Rachel Melvin), a new transfer student, Harper (Dreama Walker) battles her catty high school frenemies in a dangerous game involving sex, deception and revenge, which leads to a mysterious death and disturbing revelations. An adaptation of Robin Wasserman’s best-selling book series, this teen-drama miniseries offers a contemporary look at the seven deadly sins.

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Directed by: Jeff Renfroe
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Film Review: Fear Island (aka Deep Cove) (2009)

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After a blowout party at a secluded island cabin, five friends make a shocking discovery: a dead body and the only boat off the island gone. Trapped and unable to call for help, they become prey to a mysterious killer seeking revenge. Together, they must decipher the murderer’s chilling series of clues to reveal the island’s secret past … or face death one by one.

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Film Review: Vampyre Tales (2005)

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Countess Plasma and assistant Phlegm present a series of short films about vampires from their abode at Hotel Blood. The short films, which are actually stories the countess tells her assistant, all involve what look like normal people that have a secret of being a vampire.

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Directed by: Ted Alderman and Tiffany Warren
Written By: Jim O’Rear and Tiffany Warren
Starring: Debbie Rochon, Jim O’Rear, Debbie D, … Continue reading

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From the Nightshift: Interview Tammy Reger (Slugs)

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In 1988 New World Pictures released a Spanish film that had partially been made in New York State. The movie is called “Slugs: the movie” and is one of those so bad it’s good movies. It is a movie that you have to see at least once in your life. The main character is named “Mike Brady” and he faces super strong, super slow moving killer snails with teeth. One of the … Continue reading

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From the Nightshift: ‘Bitez’ and ‘The Pigman’

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The Insomniac was invited to a movie premiere in Buffalo New York last Thursday Night and the thoughts of hot warm popcorn drew me there. A double feature was playing of “Bitez” and “The Pigman”.

“The Pigman” had been premiered at Rotten Jack’s Creepshow 2, which should be on everyone’s go to list. Watch for Rotten Jack’s Creepshow 3 next September, I will probably be there not sleeping (and there would be no reason to … Continue reading

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Jason Dark: Ghost Hunter – economic 99 Cents offer

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LOS ANGELES, CA – Thunder Peak Publishing, a division of international content developer G3 Studios, today announced the price reduction of the digital version of “Demons Night,” the first volume in the Jason Dark: Ghost Hunter series of dime novels. Since its launch earlier this year, the series has steadily built a catalog of stories, exploring a wide variety of action-packed encounters for the super sleuth Jason Dark to solve.

“With the repricing of the … Continue reading

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The 3 Best, and Only, Thanksgiving Themed Horror Movies

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Snow has started to fall in some states around the country and department stores have begun their annual Christmas sales. But wait, isn’t there another holiday between now and Christmas? Something about Pilgrims and Indians? Thanksgiving is slowly becoming the forgotten holiday, but not to worry, because I have compiled a list of the best Thanksgiving themed horror films to get you in that turkey eating spirit! So grab everyone in your family and curl … Continue reading

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