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Sad News for Fans of Hatchet in Canada


News has broken that Hatchet II has been pulled out of theaters in Canada due to it’s unrated nature. In Canada theaters can face a fine for airing an unrated film so our neighbors to the north will be missing out on a highly anticipated sequel. Adam Green had this to say “ “For those asking, yes Montreal and Toronto have apparently pulled Hatchet II due to confusion on the non-rating. But please don’t blame … Continue reading

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Abraham Lincoln Vampire Hunter Picked Up by Fox

Timur Bekmambetov and Tim Burton optioned Seth Grahame-Smith’s novel Abraham Lincoln: Vampire Hunter and waited for the studios to come a calling. They all did of course but it’s been announced that Fox now has the rights for a 3-D film based on the book. In case you have been living under a rock the book is about “ Lincoln’s life that depicts the 16th President as an axe-throwing, highly accomplished killer of vampires, an … Continue reading

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Ghost Rider: Spirit of Vengence may have a Devil


Ciaran Hinds is in negotiations to play the devil in Ghost Rider: Spirit of Vengeance and actress-singer Violante Placido is also in talks to join the cast. It’s reported that the story is about “”the story sees Johnny Blaze, aka Ghost Rider (Nicolas Cage), hiding out in remote Eastern Europe and struggling to repress his curse. Blaze is recruited by a sect to take on the devil (Hinds), who wants to take over his mortal … Continue reading

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Chain Letter: Gory Still and more


Dean Taylors Chain Letter stars Michael Bailey Smith as the “Chain Man” along with Nikki Reed, Noah Segan, Brad Dourif, Keith David, and Betsy Russell. Matthew Cohen, Cody Kasch, Michael J. Pagan, Cherilyn Wilson, and Clifton Powell. Here, Six friends receive a mysterious chain letter via text messaging and in their email accounts from a maniac who’s hunting down teenagers who fail to forward his online chain letter. Who knew they should take the threats … Continue reading

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The Compound: pitbulls attack!

Corey Brandenstein’s The Compound has the plot of: When a pack of prized pit bulls turns on a professional underground dog fighter, a single mother, struggling to raise her son, is put through the ultimate test of survival. Sounds almost like a bunch of Cujo’s on the loose except their lean mean pitbull fighting machines instead. I don’t think I’d be that great in that situation- when a dog bares them choppers at me I … Continue reading

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13 Hrs: besieged group stalked! – Trailer

In 13Hrs, a full moon hangs in the night sky and lightning streaks across dark storm clouds. Sarah
Tyler returns to her troubled family home in the isolated countryside, for a much put-off visit. As the storm rages on, Sarah, her family and friends shore up for the night, cut off from the outside world.

But something comes out of the driving rain and darkness. Something that holds a dark secret … Continue reading

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Mother’s Day: New stills posted

Mother’s Day has a bank robbery gone wrong, three brothers head for home, hoping their MOTHER (Rebecca De Mornay) can provide them with a getaway. The youngest brother, JOHNNY (Matt O’Leary), has been shot, and their back-stabbing former partner has gotten away with all the cash.

But when the brothers get home, they find that all their stuff is gone and Mother is nowhere to be found: She lost the house months ago … Continue reading

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Alien prequel- on hold – Alien claiming creative differences!


Ridley Scott and 20th Century Fox are at logger heads over budget and creative differences.

Scott reportedly wants $250m to make his two part ALIEN prequel opus and wants a R rating for the
film for violence and horror. Fox has other ideas they don’t plan in investing anything near that sum of money Scott wants, and get this they want a PG-13 rating to maximise the audience. Thoughts?

I honestly don’t have any … Continue reading

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One Way Trip 3D: Peace, Pop and microdot!


In the film One Way trip, Valerie thought they would drive to Italy to spend a weekend in the sun. But her friends have another target: The magic mushrooms that grow in the remote Swiss Jura. Unwilling she goes along. It’s her last weekend before she moves to Germany and she doesn’t want to be a party pooper. On their way they bump into an old farmer and his strangely beautiful daughter. … Continue reading

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Smokers: will be on TV TBA – More Alien junk.


Ever since Joe Camel was dropped by Camel cigarettes as their spokesperson, the tobacco industry has been funky. “Lost” writer/producer Brian K. Vaughn is teaming up with Sam Raimi’s Stars’ Road Shingle for a new sci-fi horror pilot that’s being set up at Fox. Entitled “Smokers,” the show centers on a documentary crew that follows working-class heroes who exterminate alien threats. Hmm,ok what’s exactly is the plot?

There’s not really any information out … Continue reading

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The Lost Tribe: On DVD October 19th


In ‘s film The Lost Tribe a remote tropical island holds a primeval secret lurks that is so dangerous, the archeologists that ultimately discover it do not live to reveal their awful findings. Then, when five friends are shipwrecked on that same island, they find the secret waiting for them: a tribe of humanoids – strong, ravenous, and with a taste for the hunt as well as for human flesh.

Faced with … Continue reading

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Magazine Review: Asian Cult Cinema Magazine – Issue 61


by Thomas Weissner
Publication Date: 2008
Format: Color / BW – 62 pages
Price: $6

Cruel Restaurant starts this issue off, and what a film at that. However what makes it special is that author Edward Lee gives us the rundown. Not only is it good writing but it makes alot of sense.

With a slight … Continue reading

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R.I.P. Nights of the Living Room Drive In


Some of the elder Horror fans out there may remember such television series as The Twilight Zone, Night Gallery, Dark Shadows (which was actually aired during the day time), Tales from the Darkside and Amazing Stories. These were very popular television shows aimed at the horror audience. They were also aired on channels such as ABC, CBS and NBC. Another television show called The Late, Late show was unlike any of the above mentioned. This … Continue reading

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Book Review: Blokes Tomb of Horror – Issue 2


Writer: Eric Schock
Writers: Jason Crawley, Enrico Teodorani,Francesca Paolucci,Andrea Teodorani,Maurizio Ercole
Artists: Ju Gomez,Andrea Bulgarelli,Fernando Ignatius,Matteo Fioramonti,Alessio Nocerino,Manolo,Maurizio Ercole
Cover Artist: Silvano
Cover Colors: Maximilian T.Plissken
Publisher: Virus Comix
Publication Date: 2010
Format: Full Color – 52 pages
Price: $4.99

“Featuring 7 tales of terror, Virus Comix is proud to present the second issue of its anthology … Continue reading

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Book Review: Bane of the Werewolf – Issue 1


Written by Rob E. Brown
Illustrated by Rob E. Brown
Published by Silver Phoenix
Publication Date: 2009
Format: B&W – 28 pages
Price: $3.75

I just finished a fantastic first edition today. But first a question? Are you an old school horror fan?, Do you like classic monsters, such as the Werewolf and Frankenstein?, Does the pentagram still still make … Continue reading

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Book Review: Biomega – Vol 2


Writer & Artist: Tsutomu Niehi
Translator: John Werry
English Adaptation: Stan!
Editors: Mike Montesa, Andrew McKeon
Publisher: Viz Media
Publication Date: 2010
Format: Full Color – 216 pages
Price: $12.99

“After capturing Eon Green, DRF forces are amassing around Toa Heavy Industry headquarters and have taken Dr. Kurokawa and his daughter into custody. Zoichi must attempt a rescue–Dr. Kurokawa’s laboratory … Continue reading

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Film Review: Kill Devil Hill (short film) (2010)



“Kill Devil Hill” is a short film based on an unsolved crime that triggered a bizarre series of murders through out North Carolina.


Kill Devil Hill is a debut horror short directed by Robert “Ace” Jordan. The 12 minute piece is an introduction short that reenacts a crime case that occurred in North Carolina. The town of “Kill Devil hill” is a real place as noted in wikipedia  “Kill … Continue reading

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Film Review: The Phantom (2009)



The Syfy Channel offers a 21st-century reboot of the comic book series about the Phantom — “the ghost who walks” — in this action-packed miniseries that stars Ryan Carnes as Kit Walker, the latest in a long line of crime fighters. After his father is killed, Kit travels to Africa and trains to take over his ancestors’ heroic persona: the Phantom. As his prowess grows, Kit combats an evil conspiracy.
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Film Review: The Rig (2010)



As a hurricane rages outside, the small but experienced crew of an oil drilling rig settles in to ride out the storm. Isolated on the rig, their calm is short lived when a crew member goes missing and an extensive search proves futile. Slowly, they discover that a deadly creature is stalking the skeleton crew, eliminating them one by one. Surrounded by nothing but raging ocean, their communication severed and … Continue reading

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The Art of Makeup Comes Alive


Makeup Takes Its 29th Turn at the Academy Awards

In the recent round of talk show appearances by actors from the new version of Alice in Wonderland, many of the performers discussed their lengthy stints “getting into costume.” This is both a travesty and at the same time not surprising. While costumes have been heralded by cinema onlookers for decades, makeup has only recently been given the respect is has long deserved, … Continue reading

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EXCLUSIVE: Early peek at ‘The Shadow People’ – An Ohio shot thriller! – trailer and stills


Early stills and trailer from Conrad Faraj, being edited in Canada. The entire film was shot on 
location in Cleveland, Ohio and Toledo, Ohio.

A teenage girl named Bethany Ryder becomes haunted by demonic visions and shadow-like beings during the night, after her wake from a 9-month coma. She soon finds out, through the means of a prophecy from the Book of Satan that she is carrying … Continue reading

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