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Book Review: The Real Men in Black – Author Nick Redfern



When I hear the term “men in black”, I am often reminded of film fare, paranoia and a simplified classification of government agencies who send out agents to investigate reports of interest. We certainly had our share of X-files, Millennium groups and tv show personnel who dressed in a similar manner that we knew what others were talking about when speaking of such characters.

However, I must … Continue reading

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Film Review: My Name is Bruce (2008)



Mistaken for the character he plays in the Evil Dead films, B-movie icon Bruce Campbell (playing himself) is kidnapped by the citizens of a small mining town who want him to save them from a vengeful demon. At first, Campbell thinks it’s all part of an elaborate prank. But when he realizes the demon is in fact real, he comes face to face with a second terrifying enemy — his … Continue reading

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Film Review: Nature Morte (2006)



An undercover French cop and an American art critic travel to a mystical island to verify the source of a painting of a scene that only the infamous “Marseilles Monster” serial killer could have created .Artist John Stephensen (Romain Roll) is found dead next to the body of the tenth victim in a series of murders that had rocked the city of Marseille. Police rule his death a suicide and, … Continue reading

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Film Review: Naked Horror (2010)



Terror lurks in the dreams of a young woman who discovers that she is connected to the supernatural world through her psychic nightmares. Once she realizes that her dreams are not just her imagination gone wild but represent a real threat, she vows to fight the supernatural force terrorizing her.


Directed by: Carlo Rodriguez
Written by: Carlo Rodriguez and Angela Tropea
Starring: Angela Tropea, Lloyd Kaufman, … Continue reading

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Film Review: Mutants (2009)



In a world devastated by a pandemic virus that turns human beings into primitive and bloodthirsty creatures, Marco and Sonia set off to find a secret base to escape from the ‘mutants’. When the latter attack them, Marco is infected too. Little by little, he undergoes the same changes. Sonia, who is expecting a baby, is then forced to fight her worst enemy, the man she loves.


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Dark Regions Press – The Engines of Sacrifice – Author James Chambers

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The Engines Of Sacrifice
(Dark Regions Press)

by James Chambers

In hidden places, they sleep and dream, and through their dreams they touch humanity — but their touch brings only the stains of horror, death, and madness…until the day the Old Ones return.

In the Engines of Sacrifice, acclaimed writer James Chamber delivers four nightmare novellas inspired by the … Continue reading

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Book Review: Arena Of The Wolf – Author Jim Gavin



by Jim Gavin
(Dark Regions Press)

Jerry is an over-the-road trucker with a couple of exes and a few late payments to make. Sometimes it seems like the least of his problems is that he’s a werewolf – until he wakes up in the middle of a rodeo where he’s the bull! Forced to compete in bizarre, brutal … Continue reading

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Playing House is “Home Sweet Home” on DVD June 21st!


Home Sweet Home “PLAYING HOUSE”
The Ultimate Psycho-Thriller The Obsession Takes Over June 21st


LOS ANGELES, CALIF. (April 25, 2011) – Desire becomes obsession when the psycho-sexual thriller Playing House comes to DVD June 21st from Maya Entertainment.  After two newlyweds ask their best friend to move in and help with the mortgage, … Continue reading

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Film Review: Last Breath (2011)



Michael (Ty Jones) and Tina (Mandy Bannon) Johnson are struggling through a strained marriage and a life that is falling apart. They are on the verge of making horrible mistakes that will forever shape the rest of their lives and ruin the life of their young son, Caleb (Alex Neustaedter) Then the unthinkable happens and they are abducted by a dark, mysterious killer (Aaron Lane) who challenges their decisions and morals … Continue reading

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From the Silent Classics of the Silver Screen to the Digital and 3-D Era


From the Silent Classics of the Silver Screen
to the Digital and 3-D Era
Philip Kemp, General Editor 

What was the impetus behind the world’s earliest films? Which films have bridged vastly differing cultures to become international icons? What makes a specific director or actor so significant? For anyone who has ever been thrilled by an amazing movie, inspired by a groundbreaking director, fascinated … Continue reading

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Film Review: Stake Land (2011)



In an instant, Martin’s teenage world is turned upside down. Before he and his family can escape the ravages of an apocalyptic world overrun by viscous, hungry vampires, Martin’s entire family is slaughtered. The only thing between him and certain death is a mysterious vampire hunter named Mister (Nick Damici) who takes Martin (Connor Paolo) under his wing. Together they travel North across the American wasteland heading for safety in Canada … Continue reading

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Military Horror from Singapore in ‘23:59hrs’


In Singapore the term ‘23:59hrs’ is used to refer to the most terrifying time of the night. In the final minute before one day shifts to the other terrifying phenomena are said to occur. The scenes portrayed in the film are said to be based on real events that happened in 1983 involving the deaths of several recruits at an army barracks. The movie is currently filming in Singapore at an … Continue reading

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Asian Horror Gets ‘TWISTED’


The poster for the movie TWISTED depicts a guy stripped down to his skivvies wearing the rims from his car as a makeshift form of battle armor. Gripped tightly in his hand is a wrench and he doesn’t look afraid to use it. Welcome to the latest horror comedy from writer/director Chai Yee Wei. No stranger to the world of Asian filmmaking, Wei assembled talent from Singapore, Malaysia, Hong Kong and … Continue reading

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Trailer: ‘0000’


“One man’s creation will help form a collective consciousness.

The mind of one man will galvanize a global revolution. His technology will birth a new era of human existence and social connection, but this great gift is rooted in dark tragedy. If he is to survive, he will need the help of many, and if we are to survive, our awareness must grow.”

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Film Review: Kill the Irishman (2011)



Set in 1970’s Cleveland, “Kill the Irishman” is based on the true story of Danny Greene, an unhappy dock worker who got involved with the mob in the area. He made a name for himself among the criminal underworld and was responsible for basically triggering a mob war when he is held responsible for some money that is stolen from some powerful New York mobsters. Greene is … Continue reading

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Tattooed Horror in ‘DEGENERATES INK.’

Bearing a tagline that states “Tattooin’ and Killin’ – and Tattooin’” the tattoo horror flick DEGENERATES INK. is a low-budget film shot in traditional grindhouse style. The movie began filming in October 2008 and was shot in and around the Richmond/Petersburg area. Years later the culmination of all writer/director Jim Stramel’s hard work is finally available for download at The film runs for 1 hour and 3 minutes. Written and directed by Jim Stramel … Continue reading

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