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Interview: Damien Leone (Frankenstein vs. The Mummy)

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Writer/Director Demian Leone’s Frankenstein vs. The Mummy is an unabashed love letter to horror fans worldwide. It takes two classic monsters, and puts them together for one slobberknocker of a battle! I genuinely enjoyed watching it, and Mr. Leone graciously sat with me for a short interview to discuss how the project came together.

Horrornews.net: What led you to directing Frankenstein vs. The Mummy?

Damien Leone: It wasn’t my idea from the start, … Continue reading

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Film Review: The Tale of A Monster: Lilith (short film) (2014)

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The Tale of a Monster: Lilith is the story of what happens when the creation becomes the creator. Lilith wakes up in a laboratory with no idea of where she is at; the only thing she knows is two bodies surround her. The story becomes a tale of beautiful horror and twisted romance as writer and director EJ Moreno takes you through his retelling of The Bride of Frankenstein and doesn’t let … Continue reading

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Film Review: Bacon Head (2001)

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In Bacon Head, director Ray Mahoney pulls no punches in a series of sketches mocking everything from kitchen utensils to the Shroud of Turin.

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In the interest of full disclosure, I should tell you that I have worked for Troma in the past. I freely admit to a great love for Lloyd Kaufman (whom I affectionally call Uncle Lloydie) and all the great stuff Troma has brought us over the years.

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Film Review: Elevator to the Gallows (1958)

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A self-assured business man murders his employer, the husband of his mistress, which unintentionally provokes an ill-fated chain of events.

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“Without your voice, I’d be lost in a land of silence.”

Ascenseur pour l’echafaud was Louis Malle’s debut film and certainly one of the strongest cinematic inaugurations of the medium. Typically, a filmmaker’s first feature film is his most representative, if not his most accomplished. Malle, however, was of that rare breed … Continue reading

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Film Review: The Velocipastor (short film) (2011)

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A priest is scratched by a piece of amber and begins to turn into a dinosaur. At first, he is horrified by his darker desires, but soon he realizes his powers might be used for good, albeit violent, murderous good.

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Just take a minute and read this title again – THE VELOCIPASTOR.

I cannot rate the amount of happies the title alone gives me. I’ve actually started writing this review before … Continue reading

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Film Review: Snuff 102 (2007)

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Snuff 102 is an Argentinean underground hardcore gore film directed by filmmaker Mariano Peralta. The film was premiered at the Mar del Plata International Film Festival in 2007, creating a commotion among the audience. Some of them claimed scenes in the film were real.

A young reporter begins to unravel the secrets of an underground myth… snuff films. Soon she falls in a gruesome spiral of shocking images, not suited for the faint … Continue reading

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Film Review: Nekromantik 2 (1991)

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A female nurse tries to hide her necrophilia desires from her new boyfriend but still has pieces of her last lover in her possession.

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Directed by: Jorg Buttgereit
Starring: Monika M; Mark Reeder

Tagline: The Return of the loving dead !

After releasing the sombre and meditative Der Todesking in 1990, many believed Jorg Buttgereit’s next film would be a sure-fire opportunity for him to head more toward the mainstream as … Continue reading

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Film Review: Zombie Killers: Elephant’s Graveyard (2015)

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A young militia is all that stands between a horde of zombies and their rural town that’s been decimated by the fracking industry.

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Although I’m pretty sure that there’s been at least 5 new films featuring zombies in them already released this year, Zombie Killers: Elephant’s Graveyard is the first one I’ve seen in 2015. As we all know (or should know anyway), January/February are pegged as the months when studios clear … Continue reading

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Film Review: Kuroneko (1968)

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Two women are raped and killed by samurai soldiers. Soon they reappear as vengeful ghosts who seduce and brutally murder the passing samurai.

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“Fires everywhere in war, sparks fell even here.”

Kaneto Shindo is a filmmaker well-acquainted with ghostly folk tales (Onibaba, Akuto) but he has also made a career out of high drama (Children of Hiroshima, Sorrow is Only for Women, Ningen). Black Cat is a pensive combination of both … Continue reading

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Film Review: Through a Glass Darkly (1961)

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A young woman, Karin, has recently returned to the family island after spending some time in a mental hospital. On the island with her is her lonely brother and kind, but increasingly desperate husband (‘Max von Sydow’). They are joined by Karin’s father (‘Gunnar Björnstrand’), who is a world-traveling author that is estranged to his children. The film depicts how Karin’s grip on reality slowly slips away and how the bonds between … Continue reading

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Troma Bluray Updates

Troma Entertainment is pleased to announce its March 2015 releases are now available for pre-order on Amazon.

Kicking off the year is the definitive and fully restored Rabid Grannies Blu-Ray/DVD combo pack. This release includes the never-before-seen Producer’s Cut of the film, as well as deleted scenes and other unique and Tromatic special features. This will mark the first time in its history that Rabid Grannies will be available in high-definition!

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The Killer & I – Web Based Reality Series Set for Release!

Legendary horror movie star, Kane Hodder (Friday the 13th Part 7-10, Hatchet 1,2) and Author Mike Aloisi (Unmasked, The Killer & I, Tales From a Mortician) are thrilled to release their new reality series, The Killer & I. The show follows the horror industry’s odd couple as they cause havoc while traveling through the United States and Europe.

The show is currently enjoying a successful soft release on DVD with its actual release date … Continue reading

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COLD GROUND- French Found Footage Movie Comes out of Hibernation

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The production team has started shooting on January 10th 2015. Are you ready for a new French nightmare? Cold Ground is the first French Found Footage movie. The action is set in the 70’s, in the mountain!

Melissa and David, two young journalists, leave for the French-Swiss border to investigate a strange case of cattle mutilations and record testimonies. Yet, once they get there, the scientific team they were supposed to meet has … Continue reading

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Film Review: Mimic 2 (2001)

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When a cockroach-spread plague threatened to decimate the child population of New York City in the original Mimic, biologist Susan Tyler and her research associates developed a crossbreed species of insect, the “Judas Breed” and introduced them into the environment, where they were to spread a toxin, lethal to the cockroaches. The plan worked until the bugs evolved to mimic their next prey…..humans! Just when they were all thought to be dead, … Continue reading

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Film Review: The Long Island Cannibal Massacre (1980)

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A series of horrible murders prompts a massive police investigation. Inspector James Cameron, a two-fisted roughneck with his own philosophy on handling crime, heads the investigation. A group of lepers living in the Long Island wastelands have created a terror network, killing and feeding off the flesh of innocent victims. Their leader has mutated into an invulnerable monster; he intends to propagate and strengthen his stronghold. Aided by his son, Jack, and a … Continue reading

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Film Review: Seeding of a Ghost (1983)

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Chau is out driving his taxi one night when he accidentally runs over a man – a sorcerer being chased by a mob of angry villagers for his graverobbing shenanigans. Chau takes him away from the scene, but the sorcerer warns him that once black magic has entered his life, his destiny will be marred by bad luck. As if on cue, his sexy wife starts seeing another man, and … Continue reading

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Film Review: Angel of Darkness (1995)

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Mitomo Women’s College is having a major problem with its students. The teachers are unable to prevent them from peddling their ass in the streets after dark and stripping off their panties for immediate sale to complete strangers. To make matters worse, one by one, they are being raped and killed by a disgruntled customer who enjoys ripping whores – or possibly an entity even more sinister. A concerned teacher, … Continue reading

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Web Series – How to Survive the Zombie Apocalypse – Season 1 Details

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Ten years after the zombie apocalypse was supposedly averted; a new outbreak causes 18-year-old Norm Elman to learn the frightening truth of both the zombie threat and the safe haven that has kept him and others alive.

Dr. Elman clearly knows something. Why else would he release his zombie test-subjects? We know the answer, but we’ll never tell…unless our campaign is successful.
We’re an independent operation. One sunny afternoon in August, our … Continue reading

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Horror Funding: Prepare for Madam Satan

From the depths of Hell she has been reborn.  Satrinah Morte is Madam Satan. Sent to our world by her Master, she is tasked with the harvesting of souls in order to secure his place as Enslaver of the World. One man stands in her way: Detective DuMonde. Michael DuMonde has spent a lifetime trying to dull the nightmares plaguing him every night. After being called to the scene of a brutal murder at … Continue reading

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Apex Magazine Issue 69 Release News

Apex Publications is happy to announce the release of issue 69 of our science fiction, fantasy, and horror zine Apex Magazine. This month we have original fiction by Mary Lowd, Damien Angelica Walters, Lisa L. Hannett, Rhoads Brazos, and Susan Jane Bigelow. Our poetry is by Leslie J. Anderson, Michelle Muenzler, and John Phillip Johnson and Salvatore B. Lombard. Ed Grabianowski delves into the strange, but supposedly true for our nonfiction piece. We’ve reprinted … Continue reading

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Film Review: Zombie Fight Club (2014)

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It’s the end of the century at a corner of the city in a building riddled with crime – Everyone in the building has turned into zombies. After Jenny’s boyfriend is killed in a zombie attack, she faces the challenge of surviving in the face of adversity. In order to stay alive, she struggles with Andy to flee danger.

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