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The Man in the Maze: world premiere and trailer

The Man in the Maze starring Andrew Roth, Liana Werner-Gray, Erik A. Williams, and Stephanie Lomenick has just released its first trailer. (see link below) The film will make its world premiere in the first-annual Mississippi International Film Festival on October 30 as a headlining event. It will then be released at limited theatres through R-Squared Films in early Spring of 2011 followed by a national DVD/VOD release

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Harpoon- Whale Watching Massacre heads to DVD release Dec 7


Welcome aboard! Our course heading – pure terror!


Setting sail onto DVD, Unrated DVD and Unrated Blu-ray™ December 7

Featuring ‘Leatherface’ Gunnar Hansen

Chatsworth, CA – A whale-watching expedition will promise many things: the scent of fresh, sea air; the sound of the crashing, high seas and just maybe a sight of one of nature’s most magnificent creatures. Usually. On December 7 Image Entertainment presents Harpoon: … Continue reading

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Jinn first look at artwork – Jinn crotch & art


Those nasty old Jinn are back, or is it Djinn? I get cofused after the Last Wishmaster franchise. In any case you can keep track of things over at there FB page, which will have a new trailer debuting soon. For now, here is a odd first torso shot………. how bout we just cut with the lower 3rd and show us what you’ve got for us.

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The Last Exorcism: arrives on DVD / BR!


“A smart film that sneaks up and scares the hell out of you!” –Ain’t It Cool News

“Tremendously creepy and refreshingly original!”
-Sean O’Connell, Washington Post


Street Date: 1/4/11
DVD SRP: $29.95
Blu-ray Disc SRP: $39.99

Everything you believe will be changed this January as Lionsgate releases The Last Exorcism to DVD, Blu-ray Disc, Digital Download and On Demand. … Continue reading

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ChiZine Publications Launches Book Trailer for People Live Still in Cashtown Corners

 A trailer for People Live Still in Cashtown Corners (Tony Burgess) is now available on ChiZine Publications’ website and in high definition on its YouTube channel

The 60-second trailer was officially unveiled at the ChiZine Publications (CZP) launch party for its six Fall 2010 titles held on Friday, October 22 in Toronto, Ontario. Shot in a single afternoon at Tony Burgess’s Stayner, Ontario house, the trailer was directed by noted Canadian filmmaker … Continue reading

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Book Review: The Flock – Author James Robert Smith


The Flock by James Robert Smith

“A remote Florida pine forest has been targeted for theme-park development by the Berg Brothers Studio who would like to make the area into “the perfect American township.” Unfortunately for them, some of the forest’s inhabitants are none too happy. It doesn’t help that those residents are a colony of ten-foot-tall Titanis walleri—intelligent, prehistoric, bird-like carnivorous dinosaurs. This flock of beasts, having escaped … Continue reading

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Interview: Stacy Davidson (Sweatshop)


Stacy Davidson stopped in to talk about his new film SWEATSHOP and discuss a bit on what it’s like being a film maker today.
He is such a talented guy, so if you’re unfamiliar with him, it is my pleasure to introduce you! Here is our interview in full, enjoy!

Dai: Hi Stacy! Welcome to! Thanks for joining us today!

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Unexplained Confidential: The Rite – The Making of a Modern Exorcist



“Let me give you a little inside information about God. God likes to watch. He’s a prankster. Think about it. He gives man instincts. He gives you this extraordinary gift, and then what does He do, I swear for His own amusement, his own private, cosmic gag reel, He sets the rules in opposition. It’s the goof of all time. Look but don’t touch.

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Book Review: The Black Book of Horror

Black Book of Horror

This compendium of chills aims to satisfy the twisted desires of those who like their horror in short, scary bursts. Harking back to the glory years for short horror stories, when the Pan Books proved demand was high for both the genre and the format, the Black Books of Horror are now up to number seven in the series – though having never read one before, it made sense … Continue reading

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Film Review: The Eclipse (2009)



In a seaside Irish town, a widower sparks with a visiting horror novelist while he also begins to believe he is seeing ghosts.


Throw in plenty of drama, a few ghosts and some vacationing writers on tour and you have yourself a helping of “The Eclipse”. The funny thing I was thinking after the filme moved to final creditswas…. is horror just as effective if it’s used in … Continue reading

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Film Review: The Echo (2008)



Echoes from the past plague ex-con Bobby (Jesse Bradford) when he moves into his dead mother’s apartment and begins to hear disturbing noises next door. His paranoia grows as he investigates and realizes that no one else notices the strange and sinister happenings. Director Yam Laranas favors creative lighting and suspenseful editing over special effects in this terrifying remake of his 2004 film of the same name.


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Top Three Fälschung Horror Movies You’ve Never Seen

Sex Kill – 2002

Description – A down and out Berlin prostitute finds out the best way to make money, besides hooking, is to be a part time hired assassin.

Scene to be seen – After killing the Estonian Delegate, she finds herself face to face with another assassin who is looking to get into the prostitution business. Hilarity ensues.

Quotable Quotes – “Ich werde … Continue reading

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Watch Out Seattle..ZomBCon Is Coming!


If you live in Seattle, Washington, then prepare yourself for the undead to arrive in your town this weekend with ZomBCon – a “convention of the living dead.” The guest list includes George Romero, Bruce Campbell, Ted Raimi, Max Brooks (author WORLD WAR Z), Chuck Palahniuk (FIGHT CLUB), Malcolm McDowell (CLOCKWORK ORANGE), John Amplas (MARTIN, DAY OF THE DEAD), Terry Alexander (DAY OF THE DEAD), The Ladies of THE EVIL DEAD (Theresa Tilly, Ellen … Continue reading

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Film Review: Paranormal Entity (2009)


SYNOPSIS:After the death of her husband in an auto accident Ellen begins to communicate with what she thinks is his spirit (by writing him a letter-who knew you could talk to the dead like this?). Unfortunately it turns out that the spirit is not her late husband’s (and not very nice), and it goes on to terrorize her and her and her family (focusing mainly on her hot daughter, … Continue reading

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Chucky Remake Placed On Hold

MGM and Universal are currently feuding over the rights to the Child’s Play franchise since there’s been talks for quite some time over a remake in the works. Don Mancini, the man behind the franchise since day one and original writer/director, is holding on to hope and is keeping his exact plans for a reboot a closely guarded secret.

As Mancini was quoted as saying, “I’m personally open to other things but I think that’s … Continue reading

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Film Review: The Tortured (2010)



An upper-middle-class couple’s life is destroyed when their only child is kidnapped and killed. Obsessed with revenge, the couple seizes an opportunity to kidnap the killer


With all the types of torture films coming out today, it was only a matter of time before we were approached with a more “suburban family goes on a rampage” version. What is different here is that this film feels on … Continue reading


Film Review: The Reeds (2009)



A weekend boating trip through the Norfolk Broads becomes a terrifying, deadly ordeal for six 20-something year old friends.

Aboard the Corsair Star, a small cruiser rented from the local marina operator, the boating party loses its bearings and cuts through the vast reedy tidewater in search of the main channel. After the first casualty by a freak accident, the boat runs aground.

Every effort to preserve themselves and find … Continue reading

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Film Review: Reel Zombies (2008)



Independent Zombie Film makers, Producer Mike Masters and Director David J. Francis, the team behind the commercially unsuccessful Zombie Night 1 and 2, have found the climate for Zombie movies has changed significantly after the “real” zombie invasion begins. Hedging on the fact that the Zombie mayhem that has taken a grip on the nation is only a temporary problem, the film makers realize that once normalcy has returned, demand … Continue reading

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Film Review: Sweatshop (2009)



Charlie and her friends break into an abandoned warehouse and begin setting up an impromptu party. Unbeknownst to them, something lurks in this dark place… a presence so horrific, so monstrous, it has no name. Fueled by uncontrollable, unprovoked rage, this Beast knows only one thing – Charlie and her companions chose the wrong building, and they’re about to pay for it.


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Ronald Kelly Digital


Friends this a deal you do not want to miss.

Ronald Kelly, the king of southern fried horror has two digital books for the unbelievable price of $6.99. Hell Hollow and Dark Dixie II: Tales of Southern Horror.

Available at Crossroads Press.

You are not going to find a bargain like this too often and just in time for Halloween too.

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Film Review: The Final (2010)



A group of high school outcasts get revenge on the students that torment them


The final is one of the After Dark “8 films to die for” series offerings of 2010. Directed by Joey Stewart, The Final is actually one of the better contributions of this series I’ve seen so far. The film takes a familiar notion of teenagers in high school who had to deal with being … Continue reading

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