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Interview: Deborah Twiss (A Cry From Within, A Gun for Jennifer)

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Deborah Twiss Deborah Twiss has a brand new haunting project coming out call A CRY FROM WITHIN (SEBASTIAN) it features Deborah Twiss, Cathy Moriarty, Eric Roberts, James McCaffrey and more.

Janel: Please tell us a little about yourself and how your project came to fruition?

I’m an actress and a filmmaker. I have been making films since I came to NYC at 17 years old to study acting at NYU. Very rapidly I realized that … Continue reading

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‘The Walking Dead’ “Non-Spinoff” Gets Green Lit

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It’s been rumored, talked about, debated and debunked but finally we have an official word.  There will be an companion series set in ‘The Walking Dead’ universe and AMC has given it the green-light to get going.

It can’t be called a “spin-off” as none of the characters from the current show will be featured.  This will be a completely separate storyline, set in a totally different part of the world but presumably during the … Continue reading

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Film Review: Red Riding Hood (2003)

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This evocative chiller from director Giacomo Cimini follows the fortunes of a young 12yr-old girl named Jenny (Francesca). Abandoned in Rome by her careless mother, Jenny has to fend for herself, with only her friend George (Simone) to help her. But their plans soon turn evil, with Jenny and George unleashing some diabolical activities on the citizens of the Italian city, with much bloodletting ensuing.

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Film Review: Interrogation (Przesluchanie) (1989)

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Tonia goes out drinking. She wakes up in prison, not having a clue why she’s there. She is tortured to encourage her to confess to a crime she is not aware of.

REVIEW:

Polish director Ryszard Bugajski’s 1989 film, Interrogation (or Przesluchanie), is not so much a horror movie as it is one great big metaphor. It was originally filmed in 1982 (when most of the country was under martial law), but … Continue reading

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Film Review: Cadavres (2009)

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One Halloween, the alcoholic mother of good-for-nothing Raymond suddenly dies, and he throws her body in a ditch. Repenting, he calls his sister Angelie, an actress who he has not seen for ten years, to help find the corpse. But the corpse they bring back in the ruined family home is not that of their mother. The brother and the sister start a sinister adventure involving two gangsters in dire straits, two … Continue reading

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SAMURAI COP Screening in Los Angeles with Matt Hannon in Person

The Cinefamily cinema at 611 Fairfax Avenue in Los Angeles, CA is hosting another screening of the cult film Samurai Cop.  From the press release:

The “Samurai Cop” himself, Matt Hannon, will be here in person for a Q&A after the film! Even in an era when action sludge was more common than shoulder pads or skinny ties, 1989’s Samurai Cop stood out as a true anomaly. Perhaps living legend Joe Bob Briggs summed … Continue reading

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Film Review: Krull (1983)

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A prince and a fellowship of companions set out to rescue his bride from a fortress of alien invaders who have arrived on their home planet.

REVIEW:

In 1983, Ron Silverman produced a British-American directed by Peter Yates called Krull. Their creative ambition, though admirable, failed to successfully embed its memory within the minds of mainstream masses. It lacked a certain charisma inherent in beloved fantasy films made timeless … Continue reading

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Kickstarter Campaign to Bring SAMURAI COP 2 to the Screen Still Going

As I reported last month, Samurai Cop, the 1991 cult film that still smacks of the 1980’s, has gained a large following due to its availability on VHS and now DVD (in a special edition on the latter). With the availability of digital cinema projection, the film has played to sold-out crowds on weekend midnight shows and continues to do so. There are efforts afoot to make a sequel and Cinema Epoch has launched … Continue reading

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Film Review: The Protector 2 (2013)

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When the owner of a major elephant camp is murdered, Kham finds himself the number one suspect and on the run from both the police and the deceased’s vengeful twin nieces. But luck is on Kham’s side when he runs into an Interpol agent sent to Thailand on a secret mission.

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Book Review: After the People Lights Have Gone Off – Author Stephen Graham Jones

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If you’re a fan of horror fiction, and you aren’t familiar with the work of Stephen Graham Jones (which you should be, since I interviewed him here back in April of 2013), now’s the time to get started. He’s got fifteen novels (including Demon Theory, The Last Final Girl, and The Least of My Scars), five story collections (Zombie Sharks with Metal Teeth being one of my favorites, both in content and in … Continue reading

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Film Review: Brutal Relax (short film) (2010)

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 Mr Olivares has already recovered, but now he needs a vacation.

REVIEW:

Wow, what a fantastic gory free for all splatterfest. This one snuck under the radar but is accessible now to lovers of extreme cinema. Before getting into review make sure to give this one a look on youtube which now hosts the piece in its entirety. (see below)

Mr Olivares (José María Angorrilla) is advised by his doctor to get … Continue reading

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Film Review: Aqualorius! (short film) (2009)

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20 years ago two boys disappeared in the swimming pool at Hulgaard Elementary. Ever since children have been telling stories about a monster living at the bottom of the pool. A victim of all the school bullies, 11-year-old Lars, has written a love letter for the older girl Sherin. When Sherin’s boyfriend, the worst bad guy in school, finds the letter, he forces Lars to swim to the bottom of the pool … Continue reading

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Film Review: Vacancy (2007)

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A young married couple becomes stranded at an isolated motel and finds hidden video cameras in their room. They realize that unless they escape, they’ll be the next victims of a snuff film.

REVIEW:

Even big names Kate Beckinsale and Luke Wilson couldn’t save this anti-climactic steaming pile of crap. The premise seems like a good recipe for potential terror: An estranged couple finds themselves entrapped in a diabolical scheme to produce … Continue reading

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Film Review: Identity (2003)

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SYNOPSIS:

Stranded at a desolate Nevada motel during a nasty rainstorm, ten strangers become acquainted with each other when they realize that they’re being killed off one by one.

REVIEW:

The 2003 theatrical debut of “Identity” was a slam dunk for movie plotlines. I remember seeing this one live and thinking, “wow! what a brilliant film that I couldn’t wait to tell others about”. Maybe it’s “Identity’s” intricate approach to storytelling or … Continue reading

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Looking for Reviewers to Review Crappy Horror Movies!!

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I wanted to be up front as possible in this call out. As a go-to horror site we receive alot of titles that I literally at times wonder if its even worth the effort to unwrap, download or receive.

Let alone send onto to other reviewers……..

I won’t embarrass the studios or name titles or names, however we do receive ALOT of these things which on the most part probably are being used as … Continue reading

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New Trailer And Poster For ‘Cub’ Will Leave You Lost In The Woods

See, this is why I dropped out of boy scouts when i was a kid.  Always one of these crazy kids joining up.  Nothing worse than being stuck in the woods for a week with only a tent and a psycho kid.  Have to admit though – this trailer makes it look awful fun.

I’m talking about the new flick ‘CUB’ which is about to make its debut at TIFF soon.  Those that have witnessed … Continue reading

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