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Film Review: 5 Years After the Fall (2016)

SYNOPSIS: After an industrial disaster, the world’s food and water supplies are contaminated. The rich and powerful retreat into fortified cities where life goes on, undisturbed by the starving masses outside their walls. While the outside world slides into unspeakable madness, Jacob, an idealistic citizen is on his way to the inner sanctum with others hell-bent on revolution when their …

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Trailer: God’s Kingdom (short film) (2016)

JACK and ELLA travel alone, taking the path less trodden. Dishevelled and dirty they keep away from people, towns and cities, off the grid. They are hiding, on the run, but from what and why? It’s unclear who ALEXANDER works for but what’s apparent is that violence is his forte, he is driven by a darker force to find the …

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Trailer: The Nursery (2017)

When a damaged college sophomore babysits for a family with a tragic past, she finds herself stalked by a sinister presence and haunted by ghosts from her own past. Soon, she and her friends must confront the angry spirit hunting them down one-by-one on a deliberate march toward its ultimate prey

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New Episodes & Guest Interviews from “Horror Happens Radio” Added on Soundcloud

Looking for some frightfully good chats… The Horror Happens Radio Show at http://horrorhappens.com and all archived at http://soundcloud.com/horror-happensrs are fully loaded with way over 300 hours of smart, uncensored and fearless conversations getting into the dark corners of horror film, writing, art, music and more! Click on the underlined episode to play the episode off of Soundcloud. 

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Top 10 Facts About Jason Voorhees

When one thinks about horror franchises, Friday the 13th will never stray far from the path of classic terror.  While Jason Voorhees is known for his high death count and bloodthirsty machete, there are some facts that still surprise moviegoers about one of our favorite masked killer years later. Jason Was Almost Named Josh The creator of Jason, Victor Miller, …

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Film Review: Cut Shoot Kill (2017)

SYNOPSIS: Serena Brooks, an ambitious young actress, signs on as the star of a horror film with a crew of backwoods filmmakers that have worked together for years. When the cast starts disappearing, Serena has to become her character if she wants to survive. REVIEW: I remember back when I was a kid. Always a horror movie fan, I perked …

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Film Review: Battlefield Earth (2000)

SYNOPSIS: In the year 3000, humanity is no match for the Psychlos, a greedy, manipulative race on a quest for ultimate profit. Led by the seductive and powerful Terl, the Psychlos are stripping Earth of its resources, using the broken remnants of humanity as slaves. What is left of the human race has reverted to a primitive state, believing the …

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Film Review: The Mummy (2017)

SYNOPSIS: Though safely entombed in a crypt deep beneath the unforgiving desert, an ancient princess, whose destiny was unjustly taken from her, is awakened in our current day bringing with her malevolence grown over millennia, and terrors that defy human comprehension. REVIEW: Director: Alex Kurtzman. Starring: Tom Cruise, Russell Crowe, Sofia Boutella, Annabelle Wallis, Jake Johnson, Courtney B. Vance. I’m …

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Colorado Springs Comicon: 2017 Event Review

I had the pleasure of attending this year’s annual Comicon located in Colorado Springs, CO. The event was held by “Altered Reality Entertainment” who have hosted similar conventions all over the country. HNN (horrornews.net) was on-site to gather some photos and review the event itself. Most impressive was the stellar # of celebrities featured at this event. A number of …

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Film Review: The Peace Killers (1971)

SYNOPSIS: A biker gang discovers that their leader’s runaway old lady has been laying low at a hippie commune. Enraged at her betrayal the gang descends on the hippies, demanding they hand over the woman. REVIEW: Biker movies are one of cinema history’s more curious sidebars. There must be a hundred of these films, each focusing a group of rebels …

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Film Review: City of Dead Men (2014)

SYNOPSIS: An American traveling in South America ends up living with a group of misfits at an abandoned hospital with a troubling past. REVIEW: I gotta be honest with everyone reading this:  I haven’t been much of a fan for movies made after 1990. It seems that too many films made since then rely on rehashing (often poorly) what has …

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Film Review: The Roller Blade Seven (1991)

SYNOPSIS: In a futuristic society, a sword-wielding roller skater fights evil ninjas, punk roller skaters and is sent on an important rescue mission REVIEW: There are movies that are just crap, and then there are movies so terrible that they actually transcend their crappiness to become something truly magical. You can’t help but watch in confusion and awe as the …

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Film Review: Bonejangles (2017)

SYNOPSIS: While transporting the unstoppable killer Bonejangles to an asylum, a group of police officers encounter a hellish pit stop: a cursed town where the dead rise from their graves. Now the only way to save their lives and the town is to release Bonejangles and fight the curse…with something much worse. REVIEW: Make a horror that’s received poorly by …

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Film Review: Neil Styker and the Tyrant of Time (2017)

SYNOPSIS: In a madcap future era, the world’s greatest secret agent struggles to rescue his young son from the clutches of his infamous former mentor. REVIEW: There are some films in life filled with such gay abandon that it’s almost impossible to get too riled up by any of its noticeable failings. The recent entry in the XXX franchise, Return …

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Film Review: The Mephisto Waltz (1971)

SYNOPSIS: A frustrated music journalist befriends an aging classical pianist, only to discover that the musician has supernatural designs on his body. REVIEW: Occult themed films are tricky business. Often the menace, be it Satan or some lesser minion, remains unseen, utilizing devoted mortals to carry out their schemes. The best occult films don’t rely on shock, opting instead for …

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