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Creature profiles: Scarecrow


Imagine you’re walking with your friends on a cool Autumn evening. The breeze is crisp and leaves scatter and dance in front of your path as you travel. You guys decide to walk to the corn mazes up the road and see if you can find trouble. when you arrive you all see the silhouette of the cornfields’ infamous scarecrow. He had a creepy sack with eye holes carved in, as if … Continue reading

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Ghost Trek Pilot begins!

From the author of the critically-acclaimed book KILL THE MUSIC comes GHOST TREK, a comic horror series pilot based on a paranormal reality show. GHOST TREK follows the Paranormal Underworld Detective Society (PUDS) as they investigate haunts across the U.S. and abroad between tanning beds, babes, body-building, and bong hits – all the while risking life and limb confronting the undead.

Notable appearances in the GHOST TREK television pilot are Gia Allemand (ABC’s The Bachelor, … Continue reading

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Top 7 Movies with Spooky Audio


There’s nothing quite like the sound of a baby cryin’! That beautiful high pitched squeal, the ability to howl for minutes on end without even taking a breath. It’s what I imagine it would sound like if God were to play a harp. Aaaah the sound of a crying baby, music to my ears. Ever hear anyone say that??? Yeah me neither. It’s the sound I imagine right before I have sex with a smokin hot chick (that’s how I roll)…makes the … Continue reading

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Film Review: Blood Of The Beast (2003)



In the year 2012 the third world war ended, killing over 3 billion people. Ninety eight of the surviving male population is rendered impotent because of the chemical weapons that were used during the war. To repopulate the Earth scientists mastered the art of cloning human beings. All is well until the first batch (strand) of clones reach their 18th birthday. At that point they become hungry … Continue reading

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Film Review: Exorcist II The Heretic (1977)

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“Doctor Gene Tuskin works with troubled children, perhaps none more troubled than Regan MacNeil, who suffers from bad dreams and repressed memories. The memories she represses are of the time she was possessed by a demon. Doctor Tuskin’s invention, a device that hypnotises two persons and links their minds together, reveals that the demon, named Pazuzu, still lurks within her. It is desperate to emerge again and wreak … Continue reading

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Doc Rotten’s Halls of Horror: Remembering Ingrid Pitt (1937 – 2010)


In the span of a few years, Ingrid Pitt burst upon the horror scene and left an indelible mark on the halls of horror. With her stunning, voluptuous beauty and top-notch talent, she solidified her position as a leading scream queen in the history of horror. For Hammer Films, she launched the Karnstein trilogy with Vampire Lovers (1970) proving a female vampire lead is just as viable as a male counterpart and starred in a … Continue reading


Interview: Sid Haig (House Of 1000 Corpses, The Devil’s Rejects, Spider Baby) – 2010

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Remember that Christmas surprise I promised? Well, it’s none other than the head-twisting, hand-wringing, ape-walking, dribble-drooling Ralph from Spider Baby (1968) himself, Sid Haig. A veteran of more than fifty films, from Jack Hill’s exploitation flicks of the sixties and seventies, to his recurring role of Captain Spaulding in Rob Zombie movies like House Of 1000 Corpses (2003), The Devil’s Rejects (2005) and The Haunted World Of El Superbeasto (2009). The television … Continue reading

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Film Review: Hellraiser (1987)

Hellraiser (1987)


Clive Barker’s directing debut follows the tale of a couple (Andrew Robinson, Clare Higgins) who move into an old house and discovers a hideous creature (Oliver Smith) — the man’s half-brother (and his wife’s former lover) — hiding upstairs. Having lost his earthly body to three demons, the man’s been brought back to life by a drop of blood on the floor. Soon, he’s forcing his former mistress to bring … Continue reading


Film Review: Hellraiser 2: Hellbound (1988)



After solving a creepy puzzle, unscrupulous Det. Joseph Thorne (Craig Sheffer) finds himself trapped in hell with the hair-raising ghoul Pinhead (Doug Bradley) and a murderer at large. Thorne tries to outwit Pinhead and discover the killer’s identity in an effort to escape, but the trail keeps leading back to one man: Thorne. As his transgressions begin to torment him, Thorne learns the real meaning of the word


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Film Review: Henry Portrait of a Serial Killer (1986)



One of the most notorious films of the 1980s still terrifies. Serial killer Henry serves as mentor to dim-witted fellow killer Otis and as the object of his sister’s affections. Trouble is, Henry’s heart is too hard for friendship to penetrate. Disturbing, chilling and full of knockout power, this cult classic includes a half-hour interview with writer-director John McNaughton.


Written by: Richard fire and John Mcnaughton
Directed by: … Continue reading

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Book Review: Twisted Tales of Terror – Issue 1


Writer: Terence Muncy, Scott Guffey, Grant Gutzmer, Chris Bailey, Jeremiah Buckel, Master Legion
Artist: Terence Muncy, Grant Gutzmer, Chris Bailey, Jeremiah Buckel, Master Legion
Letters: Lucy Van Horne
Editor: Spider C. Guffey
Publisher: Legion Studios
Publication Date: 2009
Format: Full Color – 56 pages
Price: 5.99

“A huge 56 pages of four separate terrifying stories brought to … Continue reading

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Film Review: Helter Skelter (1976)



Steve Railsback gives a haunting performance as charismatic cult leader Charles Manson in this graphic three-hour made-for-TV movie about the grisly Sharon Tate/La Bianca murders orchestrated by Manson. Based on Vince Bugliosi’s novel, the movie demonstrates the almost hypnotic pull Manson exerted over his impressionable followers — a devotion that led to the brutal killings in the Hollywood hills.


Written by: J.P. Miller
Directed by: Tom Gries
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Film Review: CockHammer (2009)



Evil is uncircumcised.


If the there is one thing that is more apparent these days especially as a film reviewer is that the industry has not rested on its laurels to just sit around and wait for things to happen. The new age of guerilla filmmaking and self produced, self distributed releases is upon us. This is both a curse and blessing depending on who you are and what … Continue reading

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Film Review: Killer Tongue (La lengua asesina) (1996)



This horror story involves a woman hiding out with four pastel colored poodles in a desert gas station with the loot from a heist while her boy friend does prison time. A meteorite crashes near the station transforming the woman into an alien being with a gigantic voracious tongue and her poodles are transformed into four drag queens. The whole thing grows even weirder as her boy friend escapes from … Continue reading

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Film Review: Slice (2010)



A red raincoat wearing serial killer is preying on the rich, dismembering them & leaving their bodies in Red suitcases all over Thailand. The police, with no clues & an ultimatum to find the killer in 15 days turn to a inprisoned convict who has been having dreams of a killer in a red raincoat who thinks that the killer might be a friend of his from … Continue reading

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Book Review: The Molting – Author Terrance Zdunich


Written by Terrance Zdunich
Published by (self published)
Publication Date: 2009
Format: color – 34 pages
Price: $7.99

In chapter one of THE MOLTING, we follow Suzie and Tony Deveraux as they’re custody is given to their not so savory Uncle and his equally as disgusting wife after what seems to be the death of their parents. The pair doesn’t seem too happy as they … Continue reading

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Book Review: The Resurrectionist – Author Wrath James White


Author Wrath James White
Published by Leisure Books
Publication Date: 2009
Format: Color – 324 pages
Price: $7.99

When I found out that Wrath James White was coming out with another book, I knew I had to pick this one up and give it a read. Having read Succulent Prey, I became a fan of Wrath’s writing. He is considered to be the most sick, … Continue reading

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Book Review: The Kult – Author Shaun Jeffrey


Author Shaun Jeffrey
Published by Lecrota Press
Publication Date: 2009
Format: Black & White – 328 pages
Price: $9.95

Not wasting any time, he pressed his knee into her scrawny chest and started work with the hacksaw, drawing it back and forwards across her shoulder, and the screaming increased in pitch. H felt the blade bite through flesh, sinew and muscle before gnawing through bone, … Continue reading

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Book Review: The Pocket Essential George A. Romero – Authors Tom Fallows and Curtis Owen


The Pocket Essential George A. Romero
By Tom Fallows and Curtis Owen
Published by Pocket Essentials in 2008.
160 Pages

This book is a pocket guide to all things George A. Romero. The authors cover Romero’s movies from “Night of the Living Dead” to “Diary of the Dead”. Each movie is given a brief synopsis, behind the scenes information, reviews of the time and the social climate. They clearly … Continue reading

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Book Review: HellSpawn – The Ashley Wood Collection – Author Steve Niles, Ashley Wood


Written by Brian Michael Bendis, Steve Niles
Art by Ashley Wood
Published by Image Comics
Publication Date: 2006
Format: Color – 224 pages
Price: $24.95

The TPB “Hellspawn – The Ashley Wood Collection” collects all 10 issues of the break out Spawn comic illustrated by Ashley Wood. Hellspawn differs from many comics as it truly is meant for an adult … Continue reading


Magazine Review: Girls and Corpses Magazine – Issue 5


by Robert Steven Rhine
Published by G&C Magazine
Publication Date: 2008
Format: Color – 78 pages
Price: $8.95

Girls and Corpses magazine never seems to have a shortage on a collection of great content. Perhaps the oddest collection of content assembled in one magazine, but that what makes it so damn interesting.

This issue we … Continue reading

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