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Creature profiles: Jason (Friday the 13th)

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The relationship of mother and son is a very touching thing. Don’t get too close to your mother, however, the kids might start talking and calling you names. Sons that just so happen to be overprotected by their mothers are considered weak and vulnerable, which is reason that they will be picked on .

In a few days from now a remake of an original horror film will be released. It will … Continue reading

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Film Review: Cry of the Owl (2009)

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SYNOPSIS:

A troubled young man retreats from the big city and his ex-wife for the tranquility of a small town. He is drawn into a relationship with a young woman whose boyfriend goes missing, leaving the new arrival as a suspect.

REVIEW:

Color me pleasantly surprised!!! I finished watching a film that I had no interest in watching, nor did the synopsis do much to peak my interests but once this … Continue reading

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Book Review: Orc Stain – Issue 1

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ORC STAIN – ISSUE1

Creator, Writer, Artist & Colorist: James Stokoe
Published by: Image Comics
Publication Date: 2010
Format: Full Color – 36 pages
Price: $2.99

“A one-eyed orc with the ability to find the weak spot in any structure has started to notice cracks in the endless war and conquest of orc existence. JAMES STOKOE, who won over hearts and minds with his space … Continue reading

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Book Review: Phoenix and the Darkness of Wolves – Author Shane Jiraiya Cummings

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PHOENIX AND THE DARKNESS OF WOLVES

Author Shane Jiraiya Cummings
Published by Damnation Books
Publication Date: 2009
Format: Black /White – 90 pages
Price: $9.90

What’s the deal with Australia as a post-Apocalyptic wasteland? I certainly wouldn’t figure them to be the first target for a full out nuclear barrage. Then again, if anyone could survive alongside the cockroaches and Little Debbie snack cakes, those crazy … Continue reading

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Dai Of The Dead: Goodbye 2010, Lets Hope 2011 Is Better

Promo poster for IT'S GROUNDHOG'S DAY, CHAINSAW SALLY!

Heya Freaks and Minx!!

Am I the only one who is super stoked that 2010 is finally over?!”
Man, what a year  this has been. I am going to dedicate this column to random awesome memories of 2010, give my predictions for 2011, and talk about the lack of HORROR in the horror genre.

Are YOU ready?! Let’s start this biotch!

The Best Of 2010…Ok, the best of what?!

I don’t know if you … Continue reading

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Dr Dale’s Zombie Dictionary- now as kindle edition

Kindle Edition of the Zombie Dictionary is currently only £1 on amazon UK or $1.54 on Amazon US
Here is a few illos from the release!

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Apex releases new zombie imprint ‘Asylum’

Apex Publications brand new zombie imprint TZF Books  has just released it’s first title: ASYLUM by Mark Allan Gunnells.

About the book:
Curtis, a young college student is dragged to his first gay club by his best friend Jimmy for a night of dancing, drinking and sex…at least until the dead start to rise and attack the club. Trapped inside the Asylum are a small band of survivors, including a drag … Continue reading

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Joe R. Lansdale and ‘Christmas for the Dead’ heads to big screen

Joe R. Lansdale, prolific author of such notable stories as the “Hap and Leonard” series of novels, “The Bottom’s” and the unforgettable “Bubba Ho-Tep,” the first of his works to be made into a movie, is about to bring his very own zombies to the big screen. Lansdale’s latest short story, to be released in early 2011, is ready to be made into a movie: Christmas with the Dead. The author has previous undead entries … Continue reading

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Trom-app now available??

Want to stalk Toxie? Need to keep up with the Troma Team? Wonder what Lloyd Kaufman is eating for breakfast? Tromaville news can now be delivered directly to your iPad, iPhone or Android by downloading the Toxie App at the Troma.com homepage!

Go to www.troma.com and scroll down. Click on the green Toxie icon labeled “Troma mobile” and follow the instructions. Then, revel in meeting fabulous Tromettes and Tromen, knowing Lloyd Kaufman’s every … Continue reading

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Book Review: Splatter Flicks – How to Make Low Budget Horror Films – Author Sara Caldwell

SPLATTER FLICKS:
HOW TO MAKE LOW-BUDGET HORROR FILMS

Written by Sara Caldwell
Published by Allworth Press
Publication Date: 2006
Format: Black /White – 224 pages
Price: $19.95

If only I read this book back when I was making films…. Splatter flicks is a smart comprehensive read about the art and business of film making. The fact that it’s geared towards horror films is almost a matter of fact, as … Continue reading

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Night Gallery (1970 – 1973) – TV Show Episodes List

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Host Rod Serling presents tales of horror illustrated in various paintings.

Cast Members:
Host: Rod Serling

EPISODES:
TV Pilot Episodes
The Cemetery / Eyes / The Monster Who Wanted To Be A Fisherman (11/8/1969)

The First Season
01… The Housekeeper / The Dead Man (12/16/1970)
02… The Nature Of The Enemy / The Little Black Bag / Room With A View (12/23/1970)
03… The House … Continue reading

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Book Review: Tales From the Crypt – Collectives 1-4

TALES FROM THE CRYPT – GRAPHIC NOVELS – 2008
Published by Papercutz
Retail $7.97 each

I loved these as a child and I still love them now. My latest review is a collection of Tales from the Crypt graphic novels I received being released by Papercutz. The first thing you’ll notice before even reading them is the nice stock and perfect reading size of these gems at 5 x 7.5. Retail priced … Continue reading

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Reaper (2007 – 2009) – TV Show Episodes List

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On his 21st birthday, Sam discovers his parents sold his soul to the devil before birth and he must now be a bounty hunter for the devil until he dies. A twenty-something slacker works as a bounty hunter for the devil after his parents sold his soul to the devil in their time of need.

Read our Review of “Reaper” Season 1
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Book Review: Lowlife Underdogs – Author Dustin LaValley

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Lowlife Underdogs
Author Dustin LaValley
Published by Raw Dog Screaming Press
Cover design: Chris Williams
Book design: Jennifer Barnes
146 Pages

I grew up reading short stories as part of anthologies and reading them in magazines. I think I was used to seeing the classic formats for the way stories were developed. Fiction has changed over the last 30 years and often I think I am a … Continue reading

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Book Review: Patient Zero – Author Jonathan Maberry

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PATIENT ZERO

Author Jonathan Maberry
Published by St. Martin’s Griffin
Publication Date: 2009
Format: Black / White – 421 pages
Price: $14.95

To label “Patient Zero” a mere zombie-novel is to do it terrible injustice. Multiple Bram Stoker Award-winning author Jonathan Maberry has deftly woven a fictional tale that is not bound just to the horror genre. With “Patient Zero” the reader is treated to a … Continue reading

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Book Review: Nuclear Jellyfish – Author Tim Dorsey

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NUCLEAR JELLYFISH
Author Tim Dorsey
Published by Harper Collins
Publication Date: 2009
Format: Black /White – 320 pages
Price: $24.99

“There are three-and only three- kinds of people in the world: Those who don’t know they’re damaged and blame others; those who realize they’re damaged and blame others; and then people like you and me, who wear damage like comfortable pajamas”

-Serge A. Storms

So you’ve seen the … Continue reading

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Enjoy Exorcism Movies?

The Devil in Baby Joan looks to be an Australian Last Exorcism.  Only this time I think the pastor truly believes in his work and is not faking anything.   The teaser trailer was released this weekend and it gives us a good insight into what we can expect.  If you enjoy exorcism movies, or demonic babies then this is one you will not want to miss.   This movie is said to be based on true … Continue reading

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Update on Cannibal Holocaust II

Italian director Ruggero Deodato who is known best for his gore filled films is back at it again.  He is working on getting the cast in place for Cannibal Holocaust II and has tapped horror veteran David Hess as his leading man.  It’s been three decades since these two worked together on The House on the Edge of the Park and Body Count.

Cannibal Holocaust II is a follow up to the original story of … Continue reading

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Book Review: Eaten Alive! Italian Cannibal and Zombie Movies – Author Jay Slater

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Eaten Alive! Italian Cannibal and Zombie Movies
Edited/Co-written by Jay Slater
Published by Plexus Books, 2006
255 pages
US 19.95, UK 14.99

Think you know everything there is to know about the Italian zombie and Cannibal movies that made up such a fascinating chunk of horror history? Think again! This edition of this excellent book was originally released in 2006, and while the mentions of the modern era … Continue reading

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Rev Your Engines for Death Race 2

A straight to DVD sequel of Death Race is set to be released on DVD, Blue Ray, and On-Demand this January 18th.  It has a solid cast in Danny Trejo (Machete), Ving Rhames (Pirahna 3D), and Luke Gloss (Hellboy II).  I love the matchup of Danny and Ving which I must say really piqued my interest in this film.  I’m normally not a fan of straight to DVD sequels especially when it’s too … Continue reading

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12 Jokes about Christmas themed horror

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It’s the holiday season,and there are horror films firmly in the spirit and theme of Christmas! Some even have remakes or sequels? Yes it’s true (shudder!).

Check out these titles:
Silent Night,Deadly Night.
Black Christmas.
Christmas Evil.
Santa’s Slay.
Don’t Open ‘Till Christmas.
Gremlins.
Santa Klaws.
To All a Good Night.
Jack Frost.
Rare Exports:A Christmas Tale.

As you can see, there’s … Continue reading

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